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ادبستان 2018, 9(34): 175-149 Back to browse issues page
The Mystical Function of Natural (Marine) Symbol in Maghrebi's Persian Poems
Amir Parsafar, Siavash Moradi *
Assistant Professor in Persian language and literature, Islamic Azad university of Hamedan, Hamedan, Iran.
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Since poetry has become the medium for mysticism, an element of mystery has also been added to it. Shams Maghrebi, as one of the followers of Ibn Arabichr('39')s school of thought, has special mystical and monastic conceptions towards this aspect of poetry. Thus, he expresses grand mystical ideas symbolically and following his great mentor. One of the aspects of the symbolic language of mystical poetry as seen in the poems of Shams Maghrebi and other mystical poets, is the use of natural elements such as sea, rain, stream, etc. Such natural elements appear as symbols and mystical codes. Shams through a mystical approach has applicated symbolization and frequently has applied in the service of unitism and other related categorioes of it. The goal of this research is also recognizing natural symbols of Mqrebi poems which is subset of this field.
Keywords: theosophy, mysticism, symbol, Shamse Maghrebi . see.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2018/01/17 | Accepted: 2018/07/3 | Published: 2018/07/3
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parsafar A, moradi S. The Mystical Function of Natural (Marine) Symbol in Maghrebi's Persian Poems. ادبستان. 2018; 9 (34) :175-149
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