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mahmoudi nosar M, rezqvanian G. Hazin-e-Lahiji; A Poet In a Conflict between Discourses. LIRE 2020; 17 (67) :135-159
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At the end of safavid dynasty, Hazin-e- Lahiji was one of the most remarkable poets. In his youth, he witnessed the collapse of the dynasty. This collapse gradually changed the political atmosphere and sequentially socio-economic and cultural status which led to alteration in the dominant discourse if arts, thus literature took a turn from Hindi style to Literary restoration. Hazin had always been recognized as a poet of Hindi style. This article by useing content analysing method (descriptive-analytical and statistical) proves that Hazin ,as an artist of this transition period, as opposed to the common theory of being a poet of Hindi style, is actually one of the artists of literary restoration style and in his prose works he has been influenced by Safavid objective and also some of constitutional perspectives. This study investigates his life and studies his works, then for determining his style more accurately, reviews the stylistic characteristics of the first circle of Literary restoration and compares them to the characteristics of Hazin`s poems. Therefore suggests that Hazin should be considered as the beginner of restoration style more than he should be seen as a follower of Hindi style.
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: Classical literature
Received: 2019/06/11 | Accepted: 2020/07/6 | Published: 2020/07/20

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