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pooyandeh A, mortazavi J A, Amin A. Study of Attar's Divine Corrections. LIRE 2020; 17 (68) :67-88
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azam pooyandeh
jamal aldin mortazavi. PH.D.
ahmad amin. PH.D.
Text Box:  فصلنامه پژوهشهایادبی سال17، شماره68، تابستان1399

Elahii nameh is one of Attar's mystical poems that has received a lot of attention in recent years and has been corrected several times. It should be noted that the corrected versions have been reprinted many times and have been made available to those interested. This study has been done using the documentary-library method and with the aim of examining the theological corrections of Attar's letter by Ritter, Rouhani and Shafi'i Kadkani. Considering that in the present study, each of these corrections was examined according to the three principles of references and copies, the researcher's competence and the correction method, the research findings show that the correction of the retrieval in terms of corrective ability and working method compared to the other The corrections are more important and the main problem of his work has been the lack of access to authentic copies, and Rouhani, despite having twenty-two copies, has failed to provide a comprehensive correction and obstacle due to incorrect working method and lack of necessary experience. Among these, the correction made by Shafiee Kadkani has priority over the other two corrections due to its ability, access to valid copies and the use of stylistic science
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: Classical literature
Received: 2020/02/10 | Accepted: 2020/10/20 | Published: 2020/10/21

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