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Hokmabadi M, Kazemian S. Taboos and Their Roles in the growth and Guidance of Literary Enthusiasm in the poems of Farrokhi Sistani,Manochehri Damghani,Ferdowsi and Naser Khosrow. عرفانیات در ادب فارسی 2012; 3 (10) :89-110
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Directing literary tastes is under the influence of many factors including taboos which are the most important ones. Anti-values and formed religion-like beliefs without any logical reason or definite root have created thoughts in the minds of common people and poets, thereby guiding them. A cognitive analysis of some of the versified texts causes us to have a different comparative study between the same poets with similar approaches and literary tastes. In this article, a comparison between taboofavored and anti-taboo approaches of Farrokhi-e-Sistani, Manuchehri, Ferdowsi, and Naserkhosrow causes us to replace literary taste by type of literatier in our analysis. It seems that the four cited poets, in spite of having different poetic contents, have chosen the same approach (i.e., panegyrics) to express themselves. Taboos more than anything else form the essence of these poets’ versifications and have revolved the literary taste in each of them. In spite of the fact that “Court Taboo” has tempted Farrokhi and Manuchehri to prioritize the court, “Myth Taboo” has led Ferdowsi to revive myths and history, and finally “Religion Taboo” has caused Naser Khosro to prove his Esmaili related beliefs, all the poets have benefited from the same methodology and approach: all of them have attached to a specific taboo and have broken the other ones. Anyhow, it seems that their approaches can be attributed to other poets and poems as far as the domains and taboos can become a starting point for verification. In this way values and anti-values can be incorporated into a single text, one taboo is ‘born’ while another taboo ‘dies’.

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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2016/07/2 | Accepted: 2016/07/2 | Published: 2016/07/2

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