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Sayyed Ahmad Parsa, Mina Jaberi,
Volume 6, Issue 16 (4-2011)

The present study attempts to analyze Khaghanee's odes based on a number of the principles of formalism to delineate a number of the peculiar features of his poetry. Selecting a descriptive approach, this research concentrates on a sample including a random sample of 132 odes of Khaghanee. The sonnets were selected from Kazazi's edition of Khaghani because of his accuracy in word-recording, attention to the available copies and noticeable comparative corrections. The study concludes that Khaghanee has used formalistic techniques like defamiliarization, language foregrounding, different types of deviation from the norm and extra regularity. This has made his sonnets significant and quite different from other poets' works.

Seyyed Ahmad Parsa, Farshad Moradi,
Volume 7, Issue 18 (Accepted articles (In Press) 2015)

The reflection of historical events of the 1330s in Iranian calendar, due to their special importance in Iran’s contemporary history, is one of the issues which have always been considered by intellectuals, scholars and committed poets of that decade. Government's dominance and its widespread repression are the most important reasons for the committed poets of 1330s to use symbolic expressions. While Nima is considered as the pioneer of contemporary symbolists, Mehdi Akhavan Salis, who is one of the committed poets, has greatly put this way of expression into focus of attention. The result of this study shows that he has used public and personal symbols to express the events and to inform the following generations about them. The high frequency of personal symbols in Akhavan Salis’s poems reflects his poetic sense and passion to speak of social problems. The study was carried out through a descriptive method and data was gathered and analyzed by library research.

Narjes Ghabeli, Sayyed Ahmad Parsa, Erfan Rajabi,
Volume 8, Issue 19 (4-2021)

Structural analysis is one of the methods for analyzing literary texts. A branch of interest to structuralists is narratology. Greimas, the Lithuanian semiotician, explains the structure of the narrative and the characters of the story using the dual contrasts and the actantial model. The aim of the current study is to investigate the structures of a story from Marzbān-nāma entitled “Irajasteh and Khosrow” and another story from Haft Peykar entitled “Fitnah and Bahram” using a structuralist approach. The characters and actors in the stories and the similarities and differences of the two stories and the type of actions are evaluated. The result shows that while the two stories have a common deep structure, they are not homogeneous in terms of their surface structure. The subject actor in the story of “Irajasteh and Khosrow” plays an important role in the plot of the story, while in the story of “Fitnah and Bahram” as an active actor, encourages the subject or the hero to act.


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