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mousavi S J. Conceptualization and refer to turban and turban-users in Persian literature. LIRE. 2020; 16 (66) :143-180
URL: http://lire.modares.ac.ir/article-41-41992-en.html
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In Persian literature, as well as many phenomena, all sorts of clothes, have been conceptualized and referred to. The turban  is one of the clearest examples of the fact that the poets have paid attention to it in many ways Accordingly, this study seeks to reveal sides of turban that caught the attention of men of letters, then show the themes and reasons for multiple references to this head-cover and the reasons for the multiplicity of themes related to it in literary works. This will not only reveal the underlying aspects of the culture of clothing, but also can show the manner and disposition of turban-users. In this paper, therefore, in the library method and with respect to poetical works and some historical texts, first the signs of turbans and concepts made from them are extracted, then each of them is divided into defined titles and analyzed in descriptive - analytical method. According to the findings, the turban have been conceptualized and referred to form aspect of “the way of wearing it and the posture of it on the head” and in terms of "quantitative and qualitative dimensions". But since in Persian literature, speaking of the turban, mainly observes the status of different turban-users, and how to deal with them, the main theme of attention to the different sides of turban and referring to it and making concepts form it, lies under this matter. In fact, widespread criticism of turban-users, especially rejecting the peace seeker turban-users and authorities, has resulted in the emergence of a major part of attention to this head-cover and its extensive plan in Persian literature.
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: Classical literature
Received: 2019/06/11 | Accepted: 2020/01/26 | Published: 2020/04/11

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