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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).

Ghasem Sahraei, Ali Heydari, Maryam Mirzaee Moghadam,
Volume 6, Issue 16 (4-2011)

In Beyhaghi’s history, the artistic as well as literary devices, allegories in particular, are not simply intended for their aesthetic appeals or as embellishments. They are rather employed to serve the author’s purposes. In other words, sometimes the author is compelled, given his own social and political position or the social and political position of the real characters in his work, to convey his thoughts to the reader by employing indirect methods of expression such as using allegories and anecdotes. Thus, the reader, by penetrating the underlying layers of the text would explore fresh and compelling meanings, which due to their literariness are more effective. This paper aims at analyzing some allegories as well as anecdotes used in Tarikh-e Beyhaghi as indirect methods of expression employed by Abolfazl-e Beyhaghi in order to demonstrate how they helped him to bring to picture the turmoil of the time and the atmosphere of distrust in the court of Masoud Ghaznavi.


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