عنوان مقاله [English]
According to many scholars, the Raji Kermani's attack is the finest religious epic that has replaced the Ferdowsi epic or other national epics in the position of imitation and narration. The story of Qasim (PBUH) in the text of this epic is one of the best and most sorrowful stories in which Raji mixes the two elements of epic and narration masterfully and although it is imitative in the style of national epics, the story of Hazrat Qasim (PBUH) does not appear in any other religious epics other than Raji's epic, and this is one of Raji's unique features. Likewise, this story shines beautifully in the context of Raji's attack in terms with the stylistic features of each epic work. The findings of the study indicate an exaggeration in the poems of Heydari's attack, especially in the epic story of Hazrat Qasim (PBUH). This exaggeration is also reflected in the images related to this event. This exaggeration has varied in the form of the appearance or creation of untrue stories to the narration of extraordinary events to Hazrat Qasim (PBUH)
1. Examining the reflection of exaggeration in the poems of Heydari attack with emphasis on the story of Hazrat Qasim.
2. Scrutinizing the exaggerations in the poems of Heydari's attack on Hazrat Qasim in the images of epic stories.
1. What information do the poems of Heidari attack provide about the story of Hazrat Qasim?
2. What is the reflection of the story of Hazrat Qasim in the images of epic stories?