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Tales and Allegories of Vision Ghazali and Rumi

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Among many tribes and nations fiction has a long history as a popular entertainment. The importance of stories is no secret. The meanings of the stories are quite concrete and contacts, events, and eventually finds it earlier. The Persian speakers from early to latet, moral themes, mysticism, religion and other things have taken advantage of this genre. The analogy is meant to provide an example of the eloquence and understanding has long had an important role and are responsible. It is also seen in ancient books and scriptures. Instead, it's like taking the analogy a little word to the land. In this allegory, Masnavi stories and ehya’al oloom are analyzed.


International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 21)
S. M. B. Kamaladdini, "Tales and Allegories of Vision Ghazali and Rumi", International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences, Vol. 21, pp. 20-25, 2014
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February 2014

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