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esmaili M, kupa F. Dark nature and Contemporary Persian Poetry. LCQ. 2011; 4 (13) :143-170
URL: http://journals.modares.ac.ir/article-29-11555-en.html
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Dark nature and Contemporary Persian Poetry Dr. Fateme Kupa(Associated Professor in Payam’e Noor University-center of Tehran) Mohsen Esmaeili Abstract: One of the nature-oriented characteristics of contemporary Persian poetry is paying attention to nature aspects and the objective world, that is because of application of darkness, twilight spaces obscure, mysterious and frightening atmospheres which are associated with boredom, outrage, ruin, downfall and naught for readers . These kinds of images in this research are called “Dark nature”. To bring in “Dark nature” is the cause of philosophic, socio-political changes and designing new ideas in aesthetic and anthropology topics in two last centuries of Europe. In this article, first of all, the effects of all factors are examined, then how they emerged in persian poetry will be discussed . Keywords: Naturalism, Dynamic Organism, Beauty and Sublimity, Reification.
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Article Type: practical | Subject: Literary Theory|litrary thepry history|literary school
Received: 2011/01/14 | Accepted: 2011/09/15 | Published: 2011/10/24

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