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ادبستان 2015, 6(24): 11-31 Back to browse issues page
Analysis of Allegorical Implications of Narrations Related to Hazrate Moosa (P.B.U.H) in Molana's Masnavi
Fatemeh Koopa *, Shahrzad Bahmani
professor
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Allegory is one of the most effective literary devices in order to inspire the gnostic implications and intuitions because the gnostic concepts [from the inner and personal feelings] can be transferred to the others by such device. Since in the teaching[s], allegories and words of Molana, realities are not separated from Shariat, so by studying the allegorical narrations of prophets and Imams– especial the narrations related to Mosa (P.B.U.H) – the trend of Shariat and facts will be understood. Mosa, regarding the view of Molana, is the man of right who took step in the sea of reality or facts by his stick and directed the humans toward the domain of perfection. 

Keywords: Mosa(P.B.U.H), Molavi, Masnavi Ma'navi, Allegory, Allegorical Narrations.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2016/07/16 | Accepted: 2016/07/16 | Published: 2016/07/16
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Koopa F, Bahmani S. Analysis of Allegorical Implications of Narrations Related to Hazrate Moosa (P.B.U.H) in Molana's Masnavi. ادبستان. 2015; 6 (24) :11-31
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