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hajiyan K, khodayar E. Hafiz and Morabete (Stationing): An Analysis of Mahdaviyyat in Hafiz Poetry Based on the Couplet 235/2. IQBQ. 22 (1) :87-108
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1- Assistant Professor
2- Associate Professor of Persian Language and Litrature at TMU
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This study is accomplished in order to find out whether the following piece of verse can be considered as the sign of Mahdaviyyat in Hafiz’s worldview:   ‘Before the cavalry of his fancy, the black and the white of my eye, I sent; in the hope that the imperial horse rider might come back.’ (Hafiz Diwan ed. Ghani & Ghazvini 235/2. ) The authors hypothesize that Hafiz has reflected a prospective climate in the aforementioned ghazal (lyric) and taking his life and other allusions in his Diwan into consideration, it could at least be said that there are views which can be counted as to be in accordance with Mahdaviyyat philosophy. It also shows that Hafiz had been acquainted with Morabete (stationing), which is an old Islamic tradition being stressed by Holy Prophet and Shia Imams. Using descriptive-analytic approach, this study is about to analyze this tradition from the point of view of Quran and Islamic narrations. The findings of this study can play a basic role in true analysis of this ghazal, tracing Hafiz’s belief in Mahdaviyyat vision, and in the definition of Morabete (stationing).
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Received: 2013/12/1 | Accepted: 2014/09/27 | Published: 2014/12/22

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