عنوان مقاله [English]
«Ze gahvāre tā gur dāneš bejuy» is a well-known poem that has been circulating among Iranians for decades due to its prophetic content as well as motivational and informative aspects.Although its attribution to Ferdowsi has been rejected for many years, it has been recognized as belonging to Ferdowsi in most educational and cultural settings. There is no proper investigation in this influential poem and its learned poet and the information available seems to be scant and incomplete. The author has studied this issue with the aim of adding a few words to the available information.At first he deals with the question of the attribution of this verse to Ferdowsi and Saddi and reveals, to the extent of his study, the earliest history of the attribution of this verse to Ferdowsi. He then discusses the true poet of this verse, Mirza Abolqasem Fakhr-ol-Ashraf Shirazi, and presents his correct title and pen name, along with two pieces of poetry and a short letter whose main address was Fakhr-ol-Ashraf. Based on the documentation, the author also gives the quality of the poem's creation and the date of the poet's death, as well as the date of the creation of «čonin goft peyqambar e rāstguy». Then, to show the authenticity of the composition of "peyqambar e rāstguy", he presents evidences from the Shahnameh and mentions a few things on the translation of the tradition of"otlob-ol-elm men-al-mahd el-al-lahd" and finally he shows an example of the popularity and use of this poem outside of Iran.