The Position of Satire in the Poetry of Iranian Islamic Revolution

  • محمد نادی
  • شاهرخ محمدبیگی Associate Professor of Persian Language and Literature Department, Shiraz University
Keywords: Satire, Poetry, The Islamic Revolution.

Abstract

By studying the position of satire in the poetry of Iranian Islamic Revolution, it is possible to get familiar with the manner and style of the satirical poets of this period. Also, by analyzing the works of these poets, their ways of confrontation with social problems and their manners of expression will be explicit. The Literature of Revolution is insightful and informative. Fundamentally, satire is functionally informative. Therefore, doing research on this function in literature is highly important so that meaningfulness, informativeness, insight, and objection are clarified as the main components of the poetry of the Revolution and their key roles in its literature. The poetry of the Revolution is a socialist and diplomatic poetry and satire is responsible for raising the socialism, informativeness, and insight of people; so, explaining the position of satire in the poetry of the Revolution is in fact describing one of its most important content and meaning grounds. In this article, through Content Analysis and by using the method of collecting data in library, it is tried to verify the concept of satire, its level and position at this period by defining it and comparing its position with the different periods of the poetry of the Revolution and the forms applied. Then the famous poets of this style and their works will be introduced.

Author Biography

شاهرخ محمدبیگی, Associate Professor of Persian Language and Literature Department, Shiraz University
Shiraz University Department of Persian language and literature
Published
2019-12-03
How to Cite
نادیم., & محمدبیگیش. (2019). The Position of Satire in the Poetry of Iranian Islamic Revolution. LANGUAGE ART, 4(4). https://doi.org/10.22046/LA.2019.20
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