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Kazem Mousavi,
Volume 3, Issue 7 (Autumn-Spring- 2006)

Moulavi's Mathnavi opens with  no praise to God and there is no resolution for the  third brother as the protagonist of  the story of Deje Housh Roba ( Enchanting Castle )  either. It seems that Moulavi considers the continuity of time as one of the most important components of the cosmos in which every single person plays his vital role and helps move this circle of  life.
This issue, which looks as one of the basic issues of  mysticism, has a remarkable  manifestation in Moulavi's Mathnavi. The story of Pir Changi is an excellent example of this approach. It consists of two major characters who assume totally different social positions on the literal Level. However, at the deeper level, Omar and Pir Changi have strong affinities with each other. That's why they both reach to unification at the end of the story; a unification that depicts the ever going interaction between human beings and all creatures in the universe.
Kazem Mousavi, Hossein Shamsi,
Volume 6, Issue 16 (4-2011)

Sanaee is a Persian poet with his unique style in Persian literature. Poets are generally aware of the significance of his works and have attempted to uncover the hidden aspects of his poetry. Nostalgia is a technical term of psychology which has entered literature. Nostalgia or regret verses express the poet's and authors' regret about the past. This research initially attempts to present the meaning of the term nostalgia under collective and individual concepts and examines the functions of nostalgia in Sanaee's poetry. Also, the language functions of nostalgia in his poetry are examined.


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