Volume 10, Issue 3 (2022)                   CLRJ 2022, 10(3): 112-138 | Back to browse issues page

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Mollaie ع ا. A Comparative Study of Two Prison Poetry of Ibn Zaydun Andalusi and Mas’ud Sa'd Salman of Lahore. CLRJ 2022; 10 (3) :112-138
URL: http://clrj.modares.ac.ir/article-12-62270-en.html
Assistant Professor of Arabic Language & Literature Department, Faculty of foreign languages, University of Vali-e-Asr, Rafsanjan. , akbar.m87@gmail.com
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The present research is conducted in the framework of the comparative literature of the American school which compared two odes created by two prominent Arab and Iranian poets, namely Ibn Zaydun Andalsi (394-463) and Mas’oud Sa’d Salman (439-515). These two poets spent some time in prison and wrote valuable poems about their captivity. In this article, the author has selected a prison poem of each poet and compared them in a descriptive-analytical way. The similar position of the poets and the identical motives in Literary Creation and the same themes in the odes are the reasons for choosing these two works for comparison.
The research shows that the odes of Ibn Zaydun are similar to a mirror which reflects the sorrow of love and captivity. The decaying youth of captivity has aroused the most regrets, and the propitiation has been mixed with soft blame. Praise has the tone of advice. The poet's pride is more destructive than boastful. In Mas’ud's ode, we noticed the whine of a compensatory prisoner who sees the world as a manifestation of conflict and discrimination, realized in the words, style, imagination and vertical texture of the poem. The length of the prison has connected Massoud's mind and language with matter and place more than that of the Ibn Zaydun.

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