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Narges Mohammadi Badr,
Volume 3, Issue 7 (Autumn-Spring- 2006)

In this study, attempts have been made to illustrate the formation and movement of a human theme in an international context. Among the available viewpoints concerning comparative literature, Remarque was adopted. He has considered comparative literature not as an independent subject but as an interdisciplinary one and as a bridge between literature of all nations. From among a wide variety of methods of comparative literature, George Brady suggests a method comprising four stages: description, interpretation, juxtaposition, and comparison.
The poem "heart of mother" was composed by Iraj Mirza, a parliamentary poet, and has been murmured and taught by our  sympathetic teachers.  Joan Rich Pen is the main part of it, and France is the main source of it.  A comparative survey of this theme indicates that people irrespective of all distinctions, originating from their cultural differences,  have a great number of things in common. These commonalities originate from their human spirits. Comparative literature, then, can manage to transfer feelings, emotions and wisdom to peoples and nations in order to provide positive relationships and connections between them and foster their thoughts and  feelings as  well as  mutual understanding.

Narges Mohammadi Badr, Mohammad Reza Sarmadi, Sekineh Ahmadian,
Volume 5, Issue 14 (spring & summer- 2010)

Mowlavi's  Mathnavi and Saadi's  Bustan and  Golestan are among the instructional works of the Persian Language and  Mystic Instruction is one of the common aspect  of Mowlana's and Saadi's teachings. The principal objective of religious and mystic instructional schools is paving the way  for the spiritual transformation of human beings, getting to know the pollutions and sensual maladies, and eradicating them. Such pollutions having been eradicated, the repercussion of their teachings which is the reflection of the divine light and enlightenment of very human being in the light of the truth sun shall be materialized. However, such instruction are not only simple and superficial; they embody all aspects of human being and require an all embracing movement and transformation. Consequently, in mystic instruction, in addition to the surface and superficial behavior, the interior and its hidden angles are brought under consideration. For this reason, acting like an  experienced educator and skillful  psychologist, mystics ,such as Mowlana attempts to heal the maladies affecting  the lower strata of human interior through  their instructions, and a Muslim such as Saadi, with mystic tendencies, depicts the hidden influence of such teachings in the human ethics and conduct.                                                                                                                  


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