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Taraz Al Akhbar in Persian Literature and Culture

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Taraz Al Akhbar, the effect of Abdel Nabi poetry and storytelling (1589-1980); is a collection of poem and prose texts that is valuable from the perspective of storytelling. This anthology has literary value for the sake of diversity of poem and prose texts, and it is an important source for many literary studies. In this article after the introducing the writer, the main framework of the book based on four categories of war, banquet, love, and agility, as well as the literary value was investigated. The prologue was noticed for consideration of invention of stories, story attribute, story teller, predominance of story teller, income and issues of story teller, and customs of appropriate reading. The overview of imagery in this effect, particularly; imageries, metaphors, exaggeration, and incorporation of noticeable description such as musical instruments, elephant, and Hippo, which were less seen in the Persian literature; was included in this article. The salience of epic was shown in the chapter of war.


International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 26)
M. B. Kamaladdini and M. Ghiasi, "Taraz Al Akhbar in Persian Literature and Culture", International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences, Vol. 26, pp. 22-30, 2014
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April 2014

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