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Some investigators are believed that a group of Kayani’s hero are Parthian kings (or princes) who have come to Iranian national stories. The purpose of the present article is investigating whether some of the Parthians changed from king to heroes. The change should be occurred in the time of Parthians and Sassanids. If the changes had been occurred in the Parthians era, persons who entered the stories, must had a tremendous popularity among the people. These changes should be cause of increase the attractiveness of the stories. In the history, some of the Parthians kings which some investigators have been believed they changed to epic heroes, do not show any courage for the cultural development of the country, their actions are not logical and governed by justice and humanity. These changes cannot be related to the Sasanian era. We do not know any Parthian king and prince who had been so popular that the Sasanians had not succeeded in brushing him out of collective memory. If there was a very popular person, it is unacceptable that the Sassanians have allowed him to enter the national stories. Name is a tool for identifying people. There is no reason why the names of ordinary people with kings and hero cannot be identical, and it is not strange that a name be popular for a long time. Despite the fact that the heroes of the Kayani era can have historical reality, they are not equally to persons of the Parthian period.
Keywords : Parthian ، Kayani ، National stories ،
Sadr was a religious writer in the Constitutional Era, which nearly half a century before Jalal, in his literary analyses has suggested some inferences, reasons, and solutions that have wonderful similarities to Jalal's thoughts. His critiques including matters like the infatuation with Islamic covering, ethics, manners, politics, Western culture, the silence and seclusion of religious leaders about social changes and revolutions, the inability of schools and universities in not to be influenced by technology and colonization by Western colonizers, have a thorough similarity with Jalal's inferences. His use of narrative-analytical, and monophonic writings, and simple, and conversational language remind us of Jalal's writing style, and his solutions, to get rid of Westernization, are exactly the same as Jalal's. To him, these solutions include the return to the traditionalism and religious beliefs, because religion, more than anything else, has a very strong position among people, and can make them united.
Keywords : Sadr ، Westernization ، traditionalism ، Constitutional Era ، Pahlavi Era
Mystical texts contain valuable concepts and messages for children and adolescents. Creative rewriting of these texts can familiarize children and adolescents with important mystical material. The purpose of this research is to compare the some of the narrative of Attar Neishabouri with its rewritten text from the collection of Mahdi Azar yazdi’s rewritings to understand the important principles of a creative rewriting. The research method is content and document analysis. By studying the stories from the original text and adapting them to the rewritten text, they are examined from the perspective of the elements of the story and the appropriate rewriting methods. The results showed that Azar yazdi was seeking to acquaint children with mystical texts by changing the mystical theme and turning it into an ethical theme. An increase in the number of characters, an increase in the element of conflict and dialogue, the expansion of spaces and incidents, and the change in the title of stories are one of the most important techniques that Azar yazdi has intended for rewriting. Presenting the story directly and not paying attention to the element of suspense is one of the weak points of the dramatic rewriting.
- masoomeh mehri - ziba alikhani
Keywords : Azar yazdi, Attar, Children, Text Rewriting, Original Text
Reflections of literary traditionalism in shafies poem Shafies profound knowledge about iranian classic literature and his continuous investigation on this literature cause a vast influnce from convention.this influnce is abvious in two dimention:deep structure and surface stracture.we can see influnce in poetic languge : idioms ,words and terms and in poetic well as in themes,content and poetic motifs clear influnce of conventions.shafiei in a more instancs bring a distich and semistich from classic iranian some case loan a words ,phrases and terms from themes and sometimes bring a them af classic poets in his poems.imagery is one of the other aspect that poet influnced by classic iranian poets.Our goal in this article is to examine all aspects of this impact and attention to the tradition. To this end, all of the items mentioned in Shafi'i poetry were investigated and illustrated by these influences and tendencies toward tradition
yaghub noruzi - javad khalili
Keywords : shafi kadkani,litarary tradition,words,theme,poetic imagery ،
The current trend of modernism in Iran is a new phenomenon that has attracted the attention of some writers and has produced works that have been successful in some cases with the pattern of western literature. Given that modernism still has its place in the fictional literature of Iran as it should be, its entry into the child's literature can hardly be accepted. On the one hand, the authors' lack of attention to the childhood and adolescent age and the tendency to ambiguity make it impossible to understand the concept of the text for this group. In this study, with the aim of understanding the modernist features of child literature in recent decades and aspects of the authors' innovation, Mahmoud Akbarzadeh and Mohammadreza Shams have been focusing on the use of modern elements with an emphasis on the intertextuality and fluidity of the mind, and we conclude that Mahmoud Akbarzadeh in the field of modern scriptwriting , Has innovations, and most of the intertextual elements in his work are Faradastan and folklore, and in some cases, the fluid flow of mind is used to narrate the story. Mohammad Reza Shams' intertextual elements also include folk beliefs, folklore and myths, and have abundantly flowed from the fluid flow of mind. Therefore, his works are more complex than those of Mahmoud Akbarzadeh. :
maryam ghaffari jahed
Keywords : Mohammad Reza Shams ، Mahmoud Akbarzadeh ، Children and Youth Story ، Modernism, Interpersonal ، Fluid Mind ،

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