LANGUAGE ART <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;<img src="/public/site/images/admin95/ejeld1003.jpg" width="639" height="465"></p> <p>Welcome to the&nbsp;site of&nbsp;International Multilingual Journal of <strong>Language Art</strong>. This journal is a peer reviewed publication that&nbsp;studies about&nbsp;linguistic and languages, which is the only scientific journal in Islamic Republic of Iran that is published in various languages as per the choice of the author (Persian, English, Arabic, Tajik and Russian)and soon we will add some experts of French language to our Editorial Team. The journal follows double-blind peer review process. The journal seeks original manuscripts that provide theoretically informed empirical analyses of worldwide contemporary issues, as well as original theoretical or conceptual analyses.</p> <p><span style="color: black; font-size: 14pt;"><span style="font-family: Times New Roman;">&nbsp;</span></span></p> en-US LANGUAGE ART 2476-6526 <div><span style="color: white;"><img src="/public/site/images/admin95/CC-BY_icon.svg_.png" alt="" /></span><br /> <a href="">"Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC-BY 4.0)"</a></div> Dasien Existentialist Features in Premises of the Ruins of the Suspended Odes <p>Existentialism is one of the schools of thought in the history of philosophy which is discussing the humane existence and its importance against the subject existence in the nature. Martin Heidegger is a pioneer of this tradition who began the discussion on existence through studying human existence or Dasien, as the only creature asks about existence. Heidegger believes that what helps human to a better comprehension of Dasien existence is that his attitudes establish on the base of a formation of existence; i.e., being-in-itself. To achieve this pure existence, Heidegger reverts to human existence (Dasien) or to his being-in-itself and explains three special features of human including passiveness or possibility, collapse or apocryphal which relate human to existence and so he has named these features existential. Existentialism has a long deep relationship whit Arab literature, and in this article, the premise of the Al-Atlal has been taken into consideration as one of the most basic subjects in Arab literature in connection with this school of thought. The Researcher tries to specify Existentialism features in the premise of the Al-Atlal of the Suspended Odes in barbarism period. Finally, the reader will conceive that these three features are reconcilable with the premise of Al-Atlal of Suspended Odes.</p> Hanieh Zafarabadi Seyyed Fazlollah Mirghaderi ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2018-08-29 2018-08-29 3 3 10.22046/LA.2018.13 The Language of Mysticism in the Holy Quran and Persian Literature <p>Although Mysticism and Sufism are usually applied interchangeably, Mysticism may be considered as the theoretical aspect of Sufism, and Sufism is the practical aspect or the mystical progress. Some researchers believe that in Sufism there is a phase called "chrisma" after the emergence in which Sufism absorbs some element of mysticism of the other nations in itself and develop them; however, studying the fundamental elements of the Islamic Mysticism like the unity of existence, love, governorship, progress, mortality, eternity, etc. and comparing them with the Holy Quran challenges this theory. Governorship is not only a connection between Shiite Mysticism with the thoughts of Ibn-Arabi and his followers, but also a point of unity and a coverage which gathers all the mystical dispositions together. Moreover, the combination of theory and practice or Mysticism and Sufism with each other, or the priority of practice to theory and the fact that the knowledge of Mysticism is the subsequent of spiritual progress and the record of the innermost reception which occurs in the atmosphere of Islamic religious law can be another endorsement on the foundation of the Islamic Mysticism on the Holy Quran.</p> Habib -Allah Hosseini Mirabadi Shahrokh Mohammad Beigi ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2018-08-29 2018-08-29 3 3 10.22046/LA.2018.14 The Systematic Functional Analysis of Lullabies in Farsi <p>Linguistic analysis of literary genres is one of the most interesting areas of research which can lead us to a better understanding of the verbal art. In this paper; it is aimed to implement Halliday’s Systematic Functional Linguistic Analysison lullabies to uncover different layers of meaning communicated. At first, some anonymous Farsi lullabies were collected. Then, regarding the ideational/experiential, textual and interpersonal metafunctions, they were analyzed. Considering <em>ideational/experiential </em>metafunction, all the processes introduced in the theory (i.e., material, mental, relational, existential, behavioral, and verbal) were present in different lullabies, though not at the same frequency. As the results indicated, material was the most occurring process, while existential was the least. Further, regarding the <em>textual</em> and <em>interpersonal </em>metafunctions, other underlying layers of meaning in lullabies were revealed.</p> Ahmad Ramezani ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2018-08-29 2018-08-29 3 3 10.22046/LA.2018.15 Love: From the View Point of Kazi Nazrul Islam and Hafez-e Shirazi <p>Kazi Nazrul Islam is a prominent and national poet of Bangladesh. Love, revolution, human freedom, national unity, justice, and fairness are the main topics of his poetry and writings. He discussed love in his poems, mainly virtual love and true love. On the other hand, Khawaja Shams-Uddin Mohammad Hafez-e Shirazi is not only a famous poet of Iran, but also he is famous in all over the world and his outstanding contribution to Ghazal is known to all. He likes both love and affection, and love is one of the most beautiful manifestations of grace that is illustrated in the poetry of Hafez. Hafez's Beloved was both earthly and heavenly. This article discusses love from the viewpoint of Kazi Nazrul Islam and Hafez as much as possible.</p> Mahadi Hassan Jakaria . ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2018-08-29 2018-08-29 3 3 10.22046/LA.2018.16 The Problem of “Russian Artistic School” in the Works of Russian Thinkers <p>The article deals with some “generic” features of Russian literature. The works of Russian thinkers are permeated by the idea of Russian writers’ exclusive fate, which consists in these writers’ discovering their own selves. Their artistic quest was aimed at comprehending the spiritual substance of a human being within themselves. Russian artistic school also implies the period of growth, the development of Russian national culture, its historical and cultural character, and according to Danilevsky and Khomiakov, it was convinced that our writers should take in the European heritage, but they should not limit their works to it. One should embrace works of different schools and become a free artist. The central and the most intense questions to consider for each thinker are those of Russian artists’ worldview, their spiritual and creative act (their unique “artistry”), the subject matter, lyricism, the artistic word, and particular types of creative works. It is not a coincidence that in their articles they have dwelled on the European (Catholic and Protestant) lifestyles and that of the Old Testament. They concluded that the Russian artistic type is characterized by “completeness and integrity of mind”, maturity and manhood, unparalleled sincerity, simplicity and directness in treating the subject matter, and artistic ingenuousness.</p> Pavel Mikhailovich Tamaev ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2018-08-29 2018-08-29 3 3 10.22046/LA.2018.17 The Impact of Globalization on the Russian Language <p>This article deals with general issues related to the impact of globalization processes on national languages. The work is founded on theoretical research methods based on the inductive method of Material Selection. The author sees the reasons for globalization in strengthening integration between countries and national cultures. The formation of cross-cultural ties, as the phenomena of intercultural communication and their manifestation in the vocabulary indicates both the positive impact of globalization on the Russian language and the need for a deeper study of this phenomenon in connection with the negative impact on the spiritual and moral state of the ethnic group. As a result, the author came to the conclusion that language is, first of all, a way of inheritance of social-practical and spiritual experiences of people, the environment of existence of both an individual and an entire ethnic group, as a carrier of national culture.</p> Irina Burlakova Ivanovna ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2018-08-29 2018-08-29 3 3 10.22046/LA.2018.18