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        1 - Analyzing the movement of Iranian Mythological Themes and Narrations in Persian Novels. (Mordad 28, 1332 – 1387)
        سعید  بزرگ بیگدلی حسن  شاهی‌پور دکتر سید علی  قاسم‌زاده
        The emergence of mythology in the contemporary Persian novels, as the dominant literary discourse, is an epoch making movement. Based upon their vision and socio- political situation, many of the contemporary authors have used mythology in order to achieve two main goal More
        The emergence of mythology in the contemporary Persian novels, as the dominant literary discourse, is an epoch making movement. Based upon their vision and socio- political situation, many of the contemporary authors have used mythology in order to achieve two main goals: one, to present an interpretation of the world around, and the other, to enhance the esthetic and attractive values which they are to present in their works. According to the findings of the research, novelists within the 1340’s and 1350’s showed most concern toward restructuring and reproducing myth ever. A main reason was the authors’ nostalgias caused by the events such as the defeat of folk movement and the coup of Mordad 28th which mad long and deep impression on them. The most tendencies to myths in post-revolution period can be seen in 1370’s and 1380’s. However, the authors’ motivations differ from those of the pre-revolution period. A vast number of writers follow modernist and postmodernist movements and aesthetical tastes; some try to strengthen and revive national features, turn back to their traditional origins rather than pure imitating the West. The present research seeks to study and analyze how the mythological theme and narratives have been reflected, reproduced in the contemporary Iranian novels from mordad 28th 1332 to 1387. Manuscript profile
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        2 - Teaching Farsi Compound Verbs to non-Persian Speakers
        زينب  محمد ابراهيمي حسن  شاهی‌پور
        The category of compound verbs is one of the most interesting, subtle and yet complex part of syntactic researches that has attracted the attentions of many linguists and teachers teaching a second/ foreign language. Analyzing the structure of compound verbs in spoken s More
        The category of compound verbs is one of the most interesting, subtle and yet complex part of syntactic researches that has attracted the attentions of many linguists and teachers teaching a second/ foreign language. Analyzing the structure of compound verbs in spoken standard Farsi language in terms of Government and binding theory, and using a new scientific method of teaching language and vocabulary, the present research tries to provide a new practical and effective way of teaching Farsi compound verbs to the speakers of languages other than Farsi. According to the finding of the research, the compound verbs can be divided into two groups: one-argument verbs and multi-argument verbs. At elementary levels, it is better to start teaching with the first group. The second group should be taught at higher levels. Moreover, it seems appropriate to use spoken materials that have already been recorded in real communication contexts. Manuscript profile
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        3 - The Transformation of Symbols in Contemporary Poetry
        حسن  شاهی‌پور محمد خسروی شکیب
        The symbols have the potential to change through time and history and revolve in concept and meaning. Symbolic tendency in the domain of contemporary literature is a result of the tyrannical situation and the dictator governments, added to the cautiousness and fear of m More
        The symbols have the potential to change through time and history and revolve in concept and meaning. Symbolic tendency in the domain of contemporary literature is a result of the tyrannical situation and the dictator governments, added to the cautiousness and fear of media censorship, and stylistic transformations. All this can be furthermore combined with the delicate attempts taken for artistic enrichment; known as ‘ambiguity’, while it also intends to make the reader participate in the reading process and literary creativity in order to gain further enjoyment. Poets who are capable of independent thinking and are innovatively creative, protect the symbols; and save them from daily obscenity and even gradual death and decadence. Nima and the followers of his literary theory emphasized two words; that is “balance” and “naturalness” in using the symbols. They made an effort to utilize the repetitive, old and obsolete symbols within new concepts in order to enrich poems; in addition to enriching their own stylistic theory. Some of the symbols enjoy a particular entity and internal value, due to their history or flexibility in conveying multiple meanings and also being more influential in different artistic levels; therefore we can regard them as super-symbols. For gaining a proper semantic concept of a literary work demands an appropriate interpretation and understanding of such super-symbols. “Water”, “ wind”, “ night”, “ wall”, “ mirror” etc are some of such symbols; frequently used in contemporary poetry. The transformation of these super-symbols is the main question of the present article. Manuscript profile
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        4 - Mystical Contents on Saeb’s Sonnets
        حسين  فقيهي حسن  شاهی‌پور
        Saeb Tabrizi was a talented literary man who earned fame in his own time in India, Iran and mid-Asia. As a matter of fact, once Saeb created new methods in poetry, and simultaneously discussed precise moral, social, mystical and thoughtful points, he gained such honor a More
        Saeb Tabrizi was a talented literary man who earned fame in his own time in India, Iran and mid-Asia. As a matter of fact, once Saeb created new methods in poetry, and simultaneously discussed precise moral, social, mystical and thoughtful points, he gained such honor and position. These features granted a particular grandeur and magnificence to his poetry; especially his sonnets. Saeb’s poetic style goes back to the methods used by the poets of the Safavi era; possessing rich, subtle and specific themes, thoughts and also rare visions and imaginations; specifically true in the case of his parables or equivalents. Many of the scholars and researchers have merely considered the subtle literary themes, in addition to the imaginative and abstract words in the survey and study of Saeb’s sonnets. Yet they have constantly neglected one point; his poetic verses enjoy pure and prominent mystical and Gnostic expressions. Actually Saeb has never been considered as a mystical poet faithful to Gnostic and mystical thoughts in the Safavi era. The writer of this paper intends to prove that Saeb’s poetry not only enjoys literary, social, thoughtful, and moral aspects, but also bears grand mystical themes. Saeb is actually a very modest poet whose sonnets are a manifestation of Gnostic thoughts and attitudes. Anyhow, no one regarded him as a mystical poet and he was always introduced as a poet following the Indian School innovating creative methods and offering rare and witty contents. Saeb himself never regarded himself mystical either. Manuscript profile
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        5 - The Analysis of Siavash's Story Based on Yung's Theories
        ابراهيم  اقبالي حسين  قمري گيوي حسن  شاهی‌پور
        The deep researches of Carl Gustav Yung in the field of myths and his findings has turned into a basic working material for many of the critics in the study and survey of literary works. In the present research, Ferdowsi's Shah-Nameh, especially the story of Siavash- as More
        The deep researches of Carl Gustav Yung in the field of myths and his findings has turned into a basic working material for many of the critics in the study and survey of literary works. In the present research, Ferdowsi's Shah-Nameh, especially the story of Siavash- as a great series of the Iranian historical and mythological narratives in ancient times- was studied. This story was evaluated within the framework of Yung's process of individuality, and also the archetypes of "self", the hero, shadow, persona, the old wise man, oneself, reactions, and the function of the heroes and the characters in Siavash's story. Then the manifestation of each single archetype was defined as a major issue in this research. At the same time the presence of archetypes such as Anima, Animus, Mother, Mandela, Manna and Rebirth are also of notice in here. The method of research in this study is based on the analysis of content. The results of this study show that Afrasiab stands for the archetype of shadow, while Rustam stands for the archetype of hero, and Afrasiab's interpreter expresses the archetype of the old wise man. Also the archetype of the self is manifested in Keykhosrow's character. Still the ascent of Keykhosrow and Siavash's death are examples of death and rebirth in the Shah-Nameh. The repetition of these themes in the three mythological, heroic and historical sections of the Shah-Nameh show the harmony and integration among these three parts in the method of expressing the archetypes, while it expresses this point that the major theme of the archetypes appears constantly; yet in various shapes and forms. Manuscript profile
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        6 - Oxford Etymoloical Dictionary and the problem called Farsi “Arabicized” words
        فردوس  آقا‌گل‌زاده حسن  شاهی‌پور
        Farsi words along with more other languages words has entered into English language in various ways or for different reasons. These words have been dealt with in different dictionaries as the case may be. Oxford Etymoloical dictionary, known as one of the most reliable More
        Farsi words along with more other languages words has entered into English language in various ways or for different reasons. These words have been dealt with in different dictionaries as the case may be. Oxford Etymoloical dictionary, known as one of the most reliable English language expertise etymology dictionary, has dealt with some of the Farsi words entered into English. The important point is that some of the Farsi words entered into Arabic language and changed into Arabicized have been regarded as the Arabic words in etymology. Today those referr to Oxford dictionary think that these words are Arabic. As the article will show, this is not correct. 38000 words have been studied in this research and some 90 words with Farsi origin and some 160 words with Arabic origin have been introduced. Studying the words regarded as the Arabic scattered throughout this survey will show that 20 of the words regarded as the Arabic ones are Farsi. To approve this claim, 10 words of the group have been studied in analytic-descriptive way. Manuscript profile
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        7 - Generation Difference and Conflict in Saadi’s Works
        ناصر نیکوبخت حسن  شاهی‌پور
        Of human being concerns throughout the history, was generational relations, generation difference and conflict which have drawn social reformists’ attention, persistently. Social, political, economic developments and evolution of communities and particularly industriali More
        Of human being concerns throughout the history, was generational relations, generation difference and conflict which have drawn social reformists’ attention, persistently. Social, political, economic developments and evolution of communities and particularly industrialization, have had tangible impacts on behavioural norms of generations, that, given special requirement of youth, this behavioural difference have been proved in this generation more tangible and obvious. Saadi, during short history and anecdotes, pointing to some of these conflicts and differences, considered it natural and usual, though didn’t seek to address reasons and causes of this divide. Relying on moral teachings, he attempts to invite youth to follow the elders and use of their experiences. Defending social values and traditions, he prefers behavioural patterns of the aged. Subsequently, some Saadi’ advices and his recommendations to the youth and the aged summarized in this essay, and finally the readers will judge to what extent moral teachings belong to past didactic literature might help contemporary generations to repair generational divide. Manuscript profile
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        8 - Look through Medical poems In Persian Literature
        علي  قضاوي حسن  شاهی‌پور
        Persian poets were conversant in literary sciences, but some were of scientists in other various sciences such as juris prudence, mysticism and philosophy, history and geography, medicine and astrology; and through applying these sciences, particularly medicine, gave an More
        Persian poets were conversant in literary sciences, but some were of scientists in other various sciences such as juris prudence, mysticism and philosophy, history and geography, medicine and astrology; and through applying these sciences, particularly medicine, gave an special spirit and fineness to their works. Group of these scientists although have not been physician, have had companionship with physicians and / or were informed of common methods in medical profession, so that its deep influences in their poems demonstrated properly. This article searches for effects of modern medicine in poems of such great poets as Ferdowsi, khaghani, Manouchehri and nezami Ganjavi; and compares with findings of modern medicine. Manuscript profile
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        9 - Jahez and his viewpoints importance to Iranian – Islamic criticism and literature
        حسن  شاهی‌پور
        Undoubtedly, Jahez is a prominent and unique figure among the founders of Islamic culture and literature. His extensive information, deep knowledge and special attitude toward literature and its arts resulted in his prominent personality. In addition to his general know More
        Undoubtedly, Jahez is a prominent and unique figure among the founders of Islamic culture and literature. His extensive information, deep knowledge and special attitude toward literature and its arts resulted in his prominent personality. In addition to his general knowledge and command of literature and Islamic sciences, he is unique figure in literature criticism, especially in rhetoric criticism. Although much attentions have not been paid to his works and ideas in Islamic civilization and especially in Farsi language environment, most of the theoreticians of the rhetoric and poets and writers interested in rhetoric have been considerably affected by Jahez’s ideas. He has some new and considerable ideas in the areas of the origins of poetry and the reasons of its emergence, the characteristics of good poetry and speeches, the distinction of meaning and speech and the features of structure and content and context, the psychology of poetry and poems, the reasons for nations’ different approaches toward poetry and prose and nonexistence of some in forms of writing. He has some new numerous ideas upon etymology, comparative phonetics, semantics and the likes whose understanding and interpretation give a new life to the Persian literature and Islam theoreticians. Although he has created more than 360 works, his literature related ideas have been stipulated in his two books of “Albayan o Altabyeen” and “Alhayvan” and he also has created some independent literature theses. This article is aimed at revealing two points: first, analyzing, interpreting, classifying and studying Jahez’s literature and criticism works and expressing his status as the founder of rhetoric sciences. Second, the deep and extensive impact of Jahez on Iranian thinkers especially its writers and poets and literature criticism and rhetoric approaches because the writer believes that rhetoric approach has been the most important literature criticism in Persian language and literature and Jahez is the founder of rhetoric sciences in Iran – Islam world. Manuscript profile
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        10 - Analyzing the Iranian, Islamic and Creek reflection components in Souhravardi’s interpretation upon the Rustam and Esfandiar Story
        حسن  شاهی‌پور
        Although, interpretation of the anecdotes has thousands – year history in the west and it is now considerable in the west literature, it has not been paid so much attention in Iran classic literature due to some reasons including their being profane. Along with the scat More
        Although, interpretation of the anecdotes has thousands – year history in the west and it is now considerable in the west literature, it has not been paid so much attention in Iran classic literature due to some reasons including their being profane. Along with the scattered and little interpretation by Sanaie, the poet of the 5th century, Sheikh Eshragh, the mystic and philosopher of the 6th century is the last person interpreted and reflected upon the Iran ancient myths. He wants to make a concrete link between three separate dimensions of Islamic culture, Iranian ancient wisdom and Creek philosophy. For he, as a believer Muslim, is familiar with Islamic culture and its components including mysticism in one hand and he is the heritance to the pre-Islamic period as Iranian generated one on the other hand and so can not ignore the Creek philosophy as the result of human valuable reason and wisdom. Souhravardi, with his especial perceptivity, has found that the three mentioned apparently opposing cultures essence is the same and in case of their unification and harmony, Men can have a great experience in Human development and leadership. This article tries to show this great genius attempts for linking the Human thinking follows reflected in his interpretation from the Rustam and Esfandiar Story, revealing and the reasons for such interpretation while showing the elements of the cultures said above. It is clear that during Souhravardi day, this story and Shahname stories were famous in such a way that,deconstructing them was not an easy task except for some specified reasons but, Sheikh Eshragh could do so by his special thought background and broke the structure of this story aimed at finding his views within the layers of it. Manuscript profile
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        11 - A study on musical terms in Khajoy-e Kermani’s Divan
        حسن  شاهی‌پور
        Poetry and music are closely interlinked, but today their development has resulted in the gap between them. Nevertheless, we can see some historically relations between them and they are correlated and complementary to each other. Particularly, music doesn’t enjoy the r More
        Poetry and music are closely interlinked, but today their development has resulted in the gap between them. Nevertheless, we can see some historically relations between them and they are correlated and complementary to each other. Particularly, music doesn’t enjoy the required freshness. This article is an attempt to study the musical terms used in Khajoye Kermani’s Divan and to reveal the relations between the songs of the tonalities, branches and chansons. It means that if, for example, the poet has pointed to the Rast and Esfahan tonalities, their coincidence has not been accidentally occurred, but the poet has considered the musical relations of these two tonalities and the appropriateness of the songs. In this regard, we used the old musical books of Maghasedul-lahan, Jame0ul-lahan written by Maraghi and Bahor-ul-lahan written by Forsatudduleh Shirazi and also some today books and articles on music, in order to prove this claim. Manuscript profile
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        12 - Analyzing Sōvashōn themes from the viewpoint of Literary Schools and Social Discourses
        حسن  شاهی‌پور
        This essay tries to analyze the novels written by Simin Daneshvar, specially Sovashons which is the bestseller. The essay starts with analyzing this work from literary viewpoints. As the Persian literature works are not so much adopted with the West ones, the attempt More
        This essay tries to analyze the novels written by Simin Daneshvar, specially Sovashons which is the bestseller. The essay starts with analyzing this work from literary viewpoints. As the Persian literature works are not so much adopted with the West ones, the attempt has been made to recognize the initiatives and Daneshvars’ works prominent features. The themes of her works have been also analyzed from social discourse viewpoints and further her viewpoints in the recent year’s interviews and meetings are considered. It seems that the secret of readers’ intention to read Daneshvar’s works lies in the fact that she has created the prominent works by reliance on her special literary ability, aesthetics knowledge, initiative and honesty in literature creations, and also enjoys the ability for artistic and literature recreation while taking advantage of mythic heritance and Islamic valuable cultural resources. The more exact point is that she could express the realities of the national and human facts, colonialism; clear and hidden occupations comprehensively through her initiative approach and make the contemporary literature localized. It was the case while these discourses were the imitation of the material export and Marxist modes or that of nothingness due to modernism wondering and found the way into the Persian contemporary fiction. So, the modern way opened by Daneshvar, is primarily upon the principles and Iranian and Islamic Mythical heritance. Manuscript profile
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        13 - An analysis of the fictions stipulated in Persian Memories
        حسن  شاهی‌پور
        Among the new literature works such as novels and stories, the fictions (tales, memories, anecdotes and …) fictions are regarded as the Persian past literature types. Fictions are defined as the works composed in animals’ tongue or in the form of syllabic verses aimed a More
        Among the new literature works such as novels and stories, the fictions (tales, memories, anecdotes and …) fictions are regarded as the Persian past literature types. Fictions are defined as the works composed in animals’ tongue or in the form of syllabic verses aimed at amusing children. It might consists of the life stories of the poets, mystics and … which gradually developed and stipulated in memories books and other works with decorated prose. Fictions show the ups and downs of the poets’ life and their various literature, spirit, moral and thought dimensions. This article analyses and critics the main features of fictions from different dimensions in addition to defining the fictions. The present study can be applied in different sciences such as literature history, stylistics, literary criticism, figures of speech, and rhetoric and also it clarifies the unclear points in the literature history and reveals the details of the mentioned sciences. Manuscript profile
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        14 - The Structural Analysis of Sadi’s Argument with Claimant upon Fortune and Humility
        حسن  شاهی‌پور
        The argument of Sadi with the Claimant is one of the anecdotes created as the result of essay writing impacts in Persian and Arabic literature. Sadi has been affected by the mystical works written before him and also the book “Ehyaye Ulom Al Din” written by Imam Mouhamm More
        The argument of Sadi with the Claimant is one of the anecdotes created as the result of essay writing impacts in Persian and Arabic literature. Sadi has been affected by the mystical works written before him and also the book “Ehyaye Ulom Al Din” written by Imam Mouhammad Ghazzali and addressed the current issue put forward by the Sofia namely, poverty and fortune and the priority of the one over the other. It seems that all the thing the mystics and especially Ghazzaly about the poverty and fortune could meet Sadi’s desires and he wanted to approve the priority of the fortune over the poverty by planning an argument essay. This article is an attempt to study the structural elements of the text such as personification, the style of narration, the structure of phonetics, terms and words balance, grammatical, syntactical, terms and relationship coherence regardless of the style for reasoning and the content of the disputants. Although the structure of the anecdote is strong but, the major principles of the discussion namely, observing the civility and respectfulness and giving opportunity to the parties have not been complied with. Manuscript profile
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        15 - Revelation Magic
        حسن  شاهی‌پور
        The mystical texts while including some secrets, mystery, conceptual and meaning complications and also using the symbolic, impressive, magic and tuneful language, differ from the others literary and non-literary texts considerably. These differences are only considered More
        The mystical texts while including some secrets, mystery, conceptual and meaning complications and also using the symbolic, impressive, magic and tuneful language, differ from the others literary and non-literary texts considerably. These differences are only considered by some of the intellectuals as the differences in language structure and know the meaning related complexity originated in the especial features of that language. Opposed to the mentioned viewpoints, this essay brings the priority of the concept and meaning over the language in mystical texts into sharp focus and reveals that revelation, understanding, interpretation and explanation of the meaning have priority over the terms and appropriateness of the language. Although the new findings based on revelation of meaning and concept creates a new language, it will be different from the other languages. In this regard, the understanding and interpretation by the general interpreters upon a the Holy Quran verses as well as the Khorasan mystics and Ibne Arabi’s ones in Fososelhekam, have been studied. The result of this essay and study have shown that meaning has priority over the terms and thought, in mystical texts. It also shows that the complementary development of the mystics’ understanding of the Holy Quran till the period of Ibne Arabi and their effects and interplay on each other. Manuscript profile
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        16 - A Study on new Epistemology Mysticism
        حسن  شاهی‌پور
        This essay deals with the new epistemology theories in three sections titled “mysticism and science”, “mysticism and logic” and “mysticism and religion. In the mysticism and science sectoin, the issue discuseed is that new epistemology on mysticism well as the new relig More
        This essay deals with the new epistemology theories in three sections titled “mysticism and science”, “mysticism and logic” and “mysticism and religion. In the mysticism and science sectoin, the issue discuseed is that new epistemology on mysticism well as the new religion epistemology is developed through new science epistemology. Some theses with content based classification are studied in this section, the theses upon the objectivity concept as the discussion principle provides a threatening perception or near wideninig conception or far widening conception. The mystic and logic section studies some other theses upon the relation between these two phenomenons in order to study the conceptual and non-conceptual aspects of mysticism. This section ends with putting forward the logic, non-logic and ultra logic dimensions of the experience. In this section, the relations between religion and mysticism and also two conceptions from religion, namely the religion and empirical tradition, is put between the two theses for accepting and rejecting the tie between them along with third theses, mystic experience being ultra religion, reveals the scattering of the thesis in this regard. Totally, three types of thesis can be identified about the mysticism, science and logic and religion. The theses which believe in mystic being non-logic and non-religious. The proving theses which believe in being logic and religious of this type of experience and the clashing theses which regard it as ultra science, ultra logic and ultra religion. Undoubtedly, the third groups of theses reached by epistemology in the last stage of development are in line with mystic experience more. Manuscript profile
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        17 - A comparison between the stories of Khosro and Shirin by Ferdowsi and Nezami
        حسن  شاهی‌پور
        This article is aimed at comparing two stories of Khosro and Shirin written in two different verses. First, a summary of two verses namely Shahname and Khosro and Shirin are presented as a total framework and outline of the stories in front of the readers’ eyes. The More
        This article is aimed at comparing two stories of Khosro and Shirin written in two different verses. First, a summary of two verses namely Shahname and Khosro and Shirin are presented as a total framework and outline of the stories in front of the readers’ eyes. Then two versions of the story have been compared with a historic source in order to reveal that which of the poets was more obligated to the historical narration. Certainly the refer should be made to a source which had been written before the two verses were written because it is highly probable that the dates following the two verses had been effected by one of them. Meanwhile, the stories might have been changed through the history. For this reason we have chosen the book Tarikhe Tabari which is the oldest source in order to measure the two summaries. There were some points in Tarikhe Tabari, not written in Shahname or Khosro and Shirin. In such a case, we referred to the books Majmaoltavarikh and Tarikhe Saalabi written before Nezami period. Manuscript profile
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        18 - Phonotactics and repetition in Khaghani’s poem
        حسن  شاهی‌پور Saeed Hessampour
        This essay is an attempt to study the literature devices in Khaghani’s Divan which are used widely and repetition of the morpheme is its major constructive element. At first, the issue which is put on the sharp focus is that all the issues regarded as literature devices More
        This essay is an attempt to study the literature devices in Khaghani’s Divan which are used widely and repetition of the morpheme is its major constructive element. At first, the issue which is put on the sharp focus is that all the issues regarded as literature devices are in deed some kinds of artistic repetition or phonetics because their common aspect is only the repetition of the voice used by the poets widely, with especial skills. In the distribution and repetition order, the poet repeats the morphemes freely when he / she sees it appropriate in any part of the poetry but, the voices are repeated based on the specified order in any parts of the poets in homophony, inversion, derivation, epanalepsis etc… .In homophony, for example, the voices are repeated in parallel words. In derivation or inversion the voices are interchanged. In epanalepsis, the specified voices are used in especial places as the particular words. Khaghani, with his skillfulness in language and words, have use all the styles and skills in order to create the meaning and apparent arrangement widely and skillfully. It should be said that the coordination of most of these methods and total structure in considerable. The internal and figurative music can boost it. Manuscript profile
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        19 - An Archeological Account of Kiumarth as Narrated in Shahnameh
        حسن  شاهی‌پور عبدالله  واثق عباسی
        Mythologists have adopted various approaches to the study of myth. But, archaeological approach to myth is unprecedented. There were some attempts like that of euhemerists to degrade the mythical gods, suggesting that they are real personages (humans) by desanctifying t More
        Mythologists have adopted various approaches to the study of myth. But, archaeological approach to myth is unprecedented. There were some attempts like that of euhemerists to degrade the mythical gods, suggesting that they are real personages (humans) by desanctifying them. Though, none of these attempts were based upon archeology which can be considered a new science, and also is deeply different from what has been done in this research. This paper aims at analyzing the mythical character of Kiumarth according to archeology. The surprising result of this research is as follows: Kiumarth era matches Mesolithic period and Kiumarth man matches Neanderthal man and his culture matches Mousterian culture, and the climate at his era matches the last glacial climate. Methods used in this research are derived from archeology (stratigraphy and typology). This study can be a starting point for exploring myths from an archeological perspective. Manuscript profile