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Ali Heidari, Ghasem Sahraei,
Volume 3, Issue 7 (Autumn-Spring- 2006)

Hafez enjoys a very good reputation for his close interest and concerns  for  the Holy Qoran. He  studied this heavenly book to such an extent and depth  that he knew it by heart and thus was designated as hafez (memorizer). No doubt,  the structure, eloquence and aesthetic style of Qoran wordings  have had a remarkable impact  on Hafez. Some of these effects, including  inserting and mentioning of signs (Ayat) or  using their meanings  are conspicuous.  However,  the influence of Qoran on Hafez goes far beyond that. This article discusses two eloquent points (mentioning General after Specific and General for specific) which are  widely used in Qoran and,  accordingly, in Hafez's  Lyrics (sonnets).

Batool Heidari, Ishagh Toghyani, Sayyed Mahdi Nourian,
Volume 8, Issue 19 (4-2021)

Vis and Rāmin, by Fakhruddin As'ad Gorgani, is one of the first love poems in Persian literature that has been morally rejected in the history of Persian literature as it is the first story of marital infidelity in both ancient and Islamic Iran. Regardless of the poem’s content, one cannot deny its literary, social, and cultural values as well as its unique status among the ancient works of Persian literature. Although the poem has immoral content, there are reasons behind the immoral actions of the characters in the story that need due attention to some points for the analysis of the poem from a moral criticism perspective. They comprise knowledge about the poet and the society, religious beliefs affecting the actions of the characters, and the four main themes of the poem: “pleasure”, “fatalism”, “conflict between seniority and youth” and “love”. Vis and Rāmin can be considered as a literary example of art for art’s sake doctrine and morally as an example of the moral relativity of the characters in the story.      
Ali Jalali, Batool Heidari,
Volume 8, Issue 21 (9-2021)

The limits of some of the words in the texts of the ancients, in spite of the frequent use and effort of the lexicographers, have not been well defined. One of these words is "ambre gris", which the lexicographers have written only a little information about it, and its old features and uses remain unknown to the reader of ancient texts.
Ambre gris is commonly known for its fragrance and some of its decorative and medicinal uses, while a brief glance at Arabic and Persian poetry and prose texts shows that this material has been used in the lives of ancestors more than we can imagine and has been the subject of numerous poets and writers' themes.
In this article, by studying literary, commentary, historical, scientific, etc. books in Persian and Arabic poetry and prose as much as possible, the evidence for the use of this word has been collected and analyzed.
This article discusses ambre gris mines and how it is created and the various theories about it, the types of ambre gris and its best type, the forms and how to use the ambre gris, the various uses of the ambre gris, the use of the ambre gris in the names, as well as the jurisprudential rules of the ambre gris.

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