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Nasirishiraz Z, Emami N, dehghan S. Major deficiencies of Rudaki verses in the manuscript of Qadar Khan encyclopedia. LIRE 2020; 17 (70) :129-167
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The encyclopedia of Qadar Khan, is a Persian to Persian lexicon written by Ashraf ibn Sharaf al-Mozakkar al-Faruqi in 807 AH. Since there is a considerable number of verses attributed to Rudaki in this lexicon, as well as some of his own verses, which has directly influenced the published Divans of Rudaki in Iran and Tajikistan, it is necessary to review and criticize the only existing manuscript of it in terms of the overall quality of the work and the registered verses of it. With this in mind, the authors have extracted each of the evidences in this lexicon, then addressed the shortcomings and deficiencies found in the registration of the verses and finally studied the attribution of the verses to Rudaki. The findings of this study can be attributed to many cases of misrepresentation, erroneous registrations, false attributions, and manipulation of registered verses. Despite these shortcomings, we have used the present work contrary to the opinion of editors of Rudaki's Divan, including Braginsky, Mirzayev, Nafisi, etc. who have used it as a first-rate resource in the recovery of Rudaki poems, which is a source of poor quality and second-rate to correct Rudaki poems.
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: Child literature
Received: 2021/08/7 | Accepted: 2020/05/20 | Published: 2020/05/20

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