TITLE

Dramatic Aspects of Persian Literature, Dramatic Aspects of Sohrevardi's Story (West Nostalgia)

AUTHOR(S)
Aghababaei, Leila; Moghimian, Nazanin
PUB. DATE
May 2014
SOURCE
Advances in Natural & Applied Sciences;May2014, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p481
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The idea of "world literature" implies the question that why Iran is in the position of a one-way consumer of west theory and literature and not in the position of cultural exchange despite its cultural backing. The historical condition is due to some internal and external factors each of which is also multi-faceted with contradictory characteristics. Mysticism whose different aspects can have positive or negative impacts on our cultural products is an internal factor in our literature. This point is worth noting that mysticism and the impact of its factors on our literature have the most signs in our literature. Mysticism, more than any other cultural phenomenon, has gathered opposite aspects in itself in a case that mere awareness and attention to its different aspects and the author's choice of the kind of impact that he or she is conscious of can create a noble artistic work As noted above, mystical elements have different aspects. Belief in the Saints of God can encourage elitism and highlighting the authoritarian advantages in as much as it can lead to human leadership. Pantheism in one of its aspects can lead to the growth of educated love and loving relationships. The teachings concerning returning to original _ Everybody who stayed away from his or her origin _ can help the fictional characters in falling moments on the one hand; While it can strengthen the nostalgic yearning of returning to his or her childhood and the village nature and the belief in the past at the expense of ignoring future possibilities. The research methodology in the current study is the research library, taking notes, and fractional reviewing of the west nostalgia story.
ACCESSION #
97105777

 

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