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sayadi nezhad R, Talebian M. Comparative Analysis of Deviated Similes in Ibn Alfarez and Molavi poems.. CLRJ 2017; 4 (2) :75-108
URL: http://clrj.modares.ac.ir/article-12-11190-en.html
1- assistant professor, department of Arabic language and literature, university of kashsn, isfehan, iran.
2- phD in Arabic language and literature, university of kashsn, isfehan, iran
Abstract:   (7938 Views)
ultra Rational, logical and mystical nature of gnostic facts and meanings from one side and limitation of language function area from other side, caused poets and mystics to use deviated language and expression. Simile which is one of the most important and  frequent  of semantic deviation in mystical poems, has been used  by  mystics  for  creating  poetic images and  expressing their own  thoughts. In this study authors criticized and discussed the deviated similes   in Ibn Alfarez and molavi’s   complete works with analytical method. This study shows that frequent use of compact similes is more than spread similes in their poems (both poets), because this method results in length in mental challenge and hesitation.  Sometime the relation between the simile parties in their poems is so far that   deviation observed more. They caused   meaning to be understood later by using so many similes. Through this, they make   their   words prominent   and leads to more literary pleasure of readers. although Ibn Alfarez purpose was to explain exalted concepts and holy command for reader’s mind, and was interested in application of perceptible simile to rational simile, but Molavi uses rational simile more than Ibn Alfarez. Perceptible to perceptible simile are very frequent In Molavi’s poems because of his mystical   and spiritual taste. Also frequency of spread similes in his poems is more than Ibn Alfarez.  
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Received: 2013/12/15 | Accepted: 2014/07/12 | Published: 2016/07/22

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