نوع مقاله : مقاله پژوهشی
زبان و ادبیات فارسی، واحد یاسوج، دانشگاه آزاد اسلامی، یاسوج، ایران.
عنوان مقاله [English]
Poetry is formed as a poet's intellectual coordination in direct connection with society and its progresses. Thus, the analysis of poetry can provide a comprehensive representation of the society and its developments. Saeb Tabrizi is one of the poets of the Safavid period who is known as a prominent representative of the Indian style. The period of the Safavid rule (1355-1907 AH) was a period of ebb and flow in the intellectual and artistic life of the Iranian society. The issue that can be raised in this regard is how the developments of this period were reflected in the poetry of Saeb Tabrizi. This research seeks to answer the mentioned problem by relying on analytical and descriptive methods and library data. The research findings indicate that Indian style poets experienced two diverse stages in their lives; regarding the first stage; whilst bearing with poverty and financial incapacity, they composed poems in their homeland, and in the second phase, with the wealth accumulated from the support of the courtiers of India, they expressed poetic fantasies in a new and extraneous means. Saeb is one of the Indian style poets who has spent some time of his poetic life in India by emigrating; Therefore, "homeland" and related concepts in his poetry can demonstrate how the poet views the cultural, social and geographical environment of his time; moreover, the reasons for his immigration to India can be understood amongst the verses of his poetry. Alternatively, his poems are full of concepts of traditional arts that can be a manifestation of the artistic prosperity of the Safavid era.
1. Investigating the role of social and cultural space in the concept of homeland and traditional arts in the poetry of Saeb Tabrizi
2. Drawing different dimensions of the concept of homeland in Saeb Tabrizi's poetry
1. What effect has the cultural, social and geographical atmosphere had on the poetic atmosphere of Saeb Tabrizi?
2. What is Saeb Tabrizi Saeb's attitude about homeland and exile?