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ادبستان 2012, 3(9): 73-90 Back to browse issues page
Akhavan is a questioner from Khayyam antecedent
Najme Nazari , Nahid Khosravi
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Philosophical questions were seen in Persian poems long ago,from Roodaki and Ferdosi times to the contemporary period .However, they manifest most in Khayyam Neyshabury’s quatrain, the philosopher and the poet. These questions ,which always have always been raised by humans ,are about philosophy of creation, life and death. The questions are: where did the human come, What did the human come for and Where Will he/she go to?

Among the contemporary poets, Khayyam contemplations, including  Philosophical questions ,have special place in Akhavan Sales poertry in such a way that this feature can be considered as a stylistic characteristic in Akhavan’s poetry .In this paper, analysis of philosophical questions has been studied in Akhavan poetry in terms of content and form. concerning form ,the correlation between questioning and language, and also  the way of narration and termination has been studied in poetry.

Keywords: Philosophical questions, Khayyam, Akhavan Sales, poetry.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2016/07/3 | Accepted: 2016/07/3 | Published: 2016/07/3
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Nazari N, Khosravi N. Akhavan is a questioner from Khayyam antecedent. ادبستان. 2012; 3 (9) :73-90
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