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        1 - New research on the effects of the Quranic verses On the HAMIDI MGHAMAT
        Ahmad Khajehim ریحانه صادقی
        HAMIDI MGHAMAT is one of the valuable books of technical prose in Persian literature that Judge Hamid al-Din (d. 559) has devoted his extensive knowledge to various fields. This text was adorned by the late professor and researcher of Dr. Anabzinejad correcting and addi Full Text
        HAMIDI MGHAMAT is one of the valuable books of technical prose in Persian literature that Judge Hamid al-Din (d. 559) has devoted his extensive knowledge to various fields. This text was adorned by the late professor and researcher of Dr. Anabzinejad correcting and adding suspensions to the ornament and is now one of the most authoritative manuscripts cited and available to scholars, professors and academics. The present study attempts to analyze the text of the authorities in a descriptive and analytical way to express different reflections of verses and themes of the Holy Quran which have not been mentioned in any source. The results of the study show that the verses of the verse are based on the verses in the direct application of the verses as well as the use of the content and content of the verses, the combination of several verses to convey their message and even the use of the structural style of the Holy Quran Manuscript Document
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        2 - A Look at the Intertextual Relationship of Ivan Madaen Khaghani and siniyeh of bohtori
        حامد  صافی
        Kristeva first coined the term interethnicity in 1966 . Describe of the nature often seen in the ancient poets poems This description defines the way poets write poems. . After specifying the way poetry can be implemented in the national literature . Compare the two poe Full Text
        Kristeva first coined the term interethnicity in 1966 . Describe of the nature often seen in the ancient poets poems This description defines the way poets write poems. . After specifying the way poetry can be implemented in the national literature . Compare the two poems would be more accurate If two poets from different languages And tow describe the same thing .khaghani and bohtori have descriped the madaenIn fact, comparative literature is also concerned with understanding the impact of texts on each other. We describe a method to evaluate the two poets the khaghanis poem do not look like bohtoris poem.This is contrary to previous researcher.His poetry is a far richer array of literary.These two poems are the only member of the genus motivation and common areas.These two are not the same even incentive travel.khaghanis poetry are included in the audience. But bohtoris poetry is very personal.But the historical value of his poetry is more.Since that time he met many years ago was Khaghani. and he is portrayed Parts of this site for us beautifully and accurately. Thus, by comparison, the conclusion is that, contrary to the researchers' opinion, Ivan Madaen Khaghani's story lacks intertextual connection with the better tray. Manuscript Document
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        3 - Check out the vague angles of Sultan Sanjar character Based on ancient literary and historical texts
        leila amiri soheila amiri
        Kings, as one of the most prominent figures in politics, have been highly praised by poets of the courtiers, but whether there has been a common or even unpopular face behind this popular and idealistic face in medieval affairs, or Not? The current research is to invest Full Text
        Kings, as one of the most prominent figures in politics, have been highly praised by poets of the courtiers, but whether there has been a common or even unpopular face behind this popular and idealistic face in medieval affairs, or Not? The current research is to investigate the qualitative, analytical, descriptive and textual research methods of unknown and vague angles of Sultan Sanjar's personality based on ancient historical and literary texts such as four articles, Jahan-e-Shah's history, Seljuk-e-Payam, Raheh Anvari, Sana'i, Amir Mo'azi and Abdul Wassi Jabali will be released. The findings show that Sultan Sanjar had a gray personality, not entirely positive, not quite negative, neither was the age of the Anoushiran, nor the time of Zahak. In Armani Sanjar's design, positive features such as poetry and the emergence of a manifestation, and Abdulvaas Jebli and Anvari, praised him with poetic exaggeration, and in his negative and unpleasant face, Amir Mo'azi, though unwittingly, The poet Adib Saber called for political and spy purposes, and even Mohammad Ghazali wrote an outrageous letter about the disturbed circumstances of the afternoon and the plight of the people. Manuscript Document
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        4 - Linguistic Study of Monsaleqshaq Suhrawardi and Arabshah Yazdi through the Intertextuality of Genetics
        Khodabakhsh Asadollahi Mohammad Shahbazi
        hrawardi (Sheikh Eshraq) is one of the greatest philosophers and mystics of the sixth century whose codified traditions have had a profound influence on later writers and poets, with the influence of Emadeddin Arabshah Yazdi among eighth century poets. Adaptation from S Full Text
        hrawardi (Sheikh Eshraq) is one of the greatest philosophers and mystics of the sixth century whose codified traditions have had a profound influence on later writers and poets, with the influence of Emadeddin Arabshah Yazdi among eighth century poets. Adaptation from Suhrawardi's Monsa al-Ishaq treatise is a poem of the same title that has many similarities in terms of vocabulary, composition, sentence, syntactic and phonetic structure. Our purpose here is to examine the linguistic and prose-based language of Monsieur Ishaq based on Genetic Intertextuality, which deals with each of the above in separate sections, with a few examples of each, and the rest of the examples in the table We have specified pages in both Montserrat and bit. In terms of the intertextual subdivisions of Genet Garrett in both Montessaglades we attempted to investigate Genetic theory. Our achievement in this study is to prove Arabshah Yazdi's adherence to Suhrawardi's innovative thinking and vocabulary that can only be explored through the Genetic Intertextuality. These two works, in spite of their commonality, also have some differences, which we have mentioned in the text. Manuscript Document
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        5 - Stylistic Multiplicity in the Ancient Text of the Letter of Tensar
        zhila dehbozorgi
        Persian prose comes from the ideas and style of Iranian writers. Some writings contain more than one thought and style in its writing. Tensar's letter is a work in Pahlavi language by Ibn al-Maqqaf in Arabic and Ibn Esfandiar translated into Persian and added to the let Full Text
        Persian prose comes from the ideas and style of Iranian writers. Some writings contain more than one thought and style in its writing. Tensar's letter is a work in Pahlavi language by Ibn al-Maqqaf in Arabic and Ibn Esfandiar translated into Persian and added to the letter. This letter illustrates an example of light multiplicity in a Persian work. The question that arises is that what features of the text appear lightly despite the writings of the three authors? Tensar's letter is somewhat uniform in content, but structurally different. The purpose of this article is to identify the stylistic multiple in Tensar's letter. This query is documented. According to the research, the authors of the letter have been involved in the writing structure of the text, such as the introduction, content, and old terms and vocabulary of the first author's style, such as to approach the letter to Islamic texts, In particular, the stylistic features of the third author are a mix of anecdotes and allegories from the second author's initiative, and an updated language of literary beauty, elaborate sentences and quotations from the like. Manuscript Document
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        6 - Cognitive Megametaphor of "Freedom" in Kurdish language, According to Sherko Bekas Poetry
        Samad Aliaghayee Vahid Gholami sadegh mohammadi
        Cognitive Megametaphor of "Freedom" in Kurdish language, According to Sherko Bekas Poetry Abstract One of the most important and recent approaches in criticizing literary works is cognitive linguistics. Conceptual Metaphor Theory is one of the main theoretical framew Full Text
        Cognitive Megametaphor of "Freedom" in Kurdish language, According to Sherko Bekas Poetry Abstract One of the most important and recent approaches in criticizing literary works is cognitive linguistics. Conceptual Metaphor Theory is one of the main theoretical frameworks in Cognitive Semantics. According to it, metaphor is not just a matter of word, but it is about thought and reason. In all of conceptual metaphors mapping is primary, and they use a source domain language as a pattern for showing the target domain concepts. Megametaphors are set of macrostructures in linguistics which built by other conceptual metaphors in superstructure of the text. This investigation aims to study cognitive megametaphor of "freedom" in the; Now a Girl is my Homeland, a book by Sherko Bekas. How Bekas used different kinds of conceptual metaphors in the undercurrent to form freedom megametaphor at the superstructure, is the main question in this study. The results show that freedom and its relevant concepts are the most common concepts in Bekas poetry. Key words: Cognitive linguistics, conceptual metaphors, megametaphors of freedom,Kurdish language, Sherko Bekas Key words: Cognitive linguistics, conceptual metaphors, megametaphors of freedom,Kurdish language, Sherko Bekas Key words: Cognitive linguistics, conceptual metaphors, megametaphors of freedom,Kurdish language, Sherko Bekas Manuscript Document
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        7 - Introducing the style and content of Salar al-Dawlah sedition manuscript
        mohammadreza ziya morteza jafari sahar zare
        Over time, part of the written heritage of this frontier has been protected from invasion by unsafe or isolated anonymity and has deprived the scientific and research community. A manuscript is kept at the Astan Research Center of Hazrat Shah Cheragh (AS) known as Salar Full Text
        Over time, part of the written heritage of this frontier has been protected from invasion by unsafe or isolated anonymity and has deprived the scientific and research community. A manuscript is kept at the Astan Research Center of Hazrat Shah Cheragh (AS) known as Salar al-Dawlah sedition No. 243. This manuscript is arranged in 12 pages in the form of Masnavi. The manuscript is a unique version of an anonymous poet with the book "Bookmaker". Abul Fateh Mirza is also known as Salar al-Dowleh, the third son of Muzaffar al-Din Shah Qajar. Salar al-Dawlah rebelled in Hamadan against his brother Mohammad Ali Shah, who had just come to the throne. Muhammad Ali Shah suppresses this rebellion and brotherly revolt very soon In the history of this event is referred to as Salar al-Dawlah's sedition and sedition. The anonymous poet's bookmaker has depicted the event in 84 bits. This article attempts to study and analyze the style and content of this Masnavi for the first time introducing the manuscript. It also clarifies the poet's imitation or creativity and draws conclusions. Manuscript Document