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nasirishiraz Z, Dehghan S, Emami N. Reflection on some poems attributed to Rudaki Samarghandi. LIRE 2019; 16 (65) :141-170
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 Poems of Rudaki Samarghandi, a famous poet of the Samanid era, have come to us through some of the old sources. The Divan of this poet, although according to the confession of some authors, historians and poets, was over a hundred thousand verses, but today we have not gotten a handful of it. In the present research, authors examined some of these recorded poems that have been linked as an independent piece of poetry in printed Divans. Each of these poems has a serious drawback; the first one is “discontinuity” of the verses and the second is the dubiosity of “attribution” of one or more verses to Rudaki. The source of these poems in the existing printed Divans, is the book the biography of Rudaki and his poems, a notable book by Nafisi. This editor has quoted and created a single poem, by referring to lexical and rhetorical sources, analects, and other early and late sources, scattered verses which are consistent in terms of rhythm and rhyme, merely because they are related to a long or short poem of Rudaki; although, none of these poems are related to each other in terms of content. Nevertheless, by reviewing these sources and referring to some of the new sources, the authors, for scientific reasons, have reviewed the two problems in some of the existing poems and provided new insights.
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: Classical literature
Received: 2019/11/4 | Accepted: 2020/01/18 | Published: 2020/02/19

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