عنوان مقاله [English]
The Mahdi akhavan sales cannot be imagined outside the geometry for which the mythical world draws for him. As much as mythical thought has established the means of de-familiarization and form in his poetry, so much has it laid the foundations of those traumatic points through which one can enter the mind and language of the poet-intellectual. An Iranian turned a blind eye to the refusal of modern reason. Akhavan, in his masterpieces - Winter, the end of Shahnameh and from this Avesta - has set foot in an area of mythical thought, which includes archeology and music, sanctification and demonization, sorrow of the past and weeping over the quarter and the fall and the dead. In the age of oh, iron, and quicklime, it has blocked the way for any experience of contemporary history. In this study, the author, relying on the views of Enlightenment thinkers, has tried to discuss and analyze the artistic heritage of akhavan from a pathological perspective in the light of mythical thinking, by providing objective examples.