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Zandi M. Study of the Mystical Concepts in The Terrestrial Nutrients of André Gide and Hafiz’s Ghazaliat. عرفانیات در ادب فارسی 2016; 7 (27) :34-57
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André Gide, famous French author in 20th  century,  has been inspired by Hafiz, for creating The Terrestrial Nutrients, his greatest work. The Nutrients, is an prominent work  for the Orientals and specially the Iranians. Because it is the most important book which shows the power of influence of  Persian Literature on occidental Literature. In this analytic – descriptive paper, efforts have been made to show this effect. The present  research  first  talks about Gide’s  interest in Orient and  Persian Literature and his way and degree of acquaintance with Hafiz’s Ghazaliat, then, it deals with the comparative study of common mystical concepts of Ghazaliat and The Nutrients. The Quranic hints, attention on divine love and attraction of the real mysticism, naturalism, belief in pantheism, thinking about death, love the beauties, attached to nothing, usage of similar mystical words, cognizance of God through the heart and the spiritual drunkenness are the common mystical concepts in Gide’s work  and Hafiz Ghazaliat which have been studied in this paper.

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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2016/10/1 | Accepted: 2016/10/1 | Published: 2016/10/1

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