How Is the Language of Imagery in lyric’s of Amir Khosro Dehlavi

Javad Farasati, Mir Jalaloddin Kazzazi

Abstract


Whenever there is an amazing resurrection in a nation’s language which leads to create an artistic masterpiece in that language, it is called literature. For this reason, we can differentiate between literary language and daily or spoken language. Writers and literates from various countries will often try to utilize a literary approach in order to make their utterances and poems more attractive and popular through the use of written imagery and artily, illustratively capturing the emotion of the written words. Amir Khosro Dehlavi; who is a well-known Hindi poet, has mastered the illustrative nature of the Farsi language to compose his euphonious lyric poems. In reviewing his work, we will try to evaluate the context of his poems and the way he has used imaginary and artily language structures, consisting of words, combinations, sentences and phrases in his lyrics, as well as evaluating the way he introduces an imagery approach to his poems.


Keywords


Resurrection; Amir Khosro Dehlavi; Context; Imagery language; language structures

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/8439

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