عنوان مقاله [English]
Narrative and Qur’anic Intertextuality in Ibn-e-Yamin Faryoomadi's Poetry
J. Ranjbar* S. Arabi**
Payam Nour University
Intertextuality is a new approach in literary criticism. Intertextuality was proposed by Julia Kristeva in the late 1960s. Intertextuality believes in the constitution of each text from other texts whether contemporary or the ones created in the past; in other words, each text is intertextual. In Arabic literary criticism, it is called "contradiction" and because of the affinity between Persian and Arabic literatures, it can be considered as a good device of analysis for criticizing Persian literature. The linguistic and spiritual influence Ebn-e Yamin got from Quran and Tradition (Hadith), especially from Emam Ali (PBUH) is very much detectible in his poems. This influence is the cause of different forms of intertextuality in his poems which are mostly created directly and consciously. The frequent type of intertextualty in his poems is "parallel negations" of which some are analyzed in this paper to emphasize the deep and inseparable connection of Persian culture and literature with Quran and Tradition.
Key words: Ibn-e Yamin Faryoomadi, intertextuality, Quran, Hadith (Tradition)
* Assistant Professor of Arabic Language & Literature,Javadranjbar232@yahoo.com
** M.A. Student of Arabic Language & Literature, Sajad_ara@yahoo.com