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Hafiz and His Contemporaries: poetry, performance and patronage in fourteenth-century Iran.

(British Institute of Persian Studies, 3)

著者名:
Brookshaw, Dominic Parviz
出版元:
I.B. Tauris
頁数:
xiii,372p pap.
刊行年:
2020(19)
ISBN:
9780755638345

Ḥāfiẓ, active 14th century -- Persian poetry -- Criticism and interpretation

Despite his towering presence in premodern Persian letters, Shams al-Din Muhammad Hafiz of Shiraz (d. 1390) remains an elusive and opaque character for many. In order to look behind the hyperbole that surrounds Hafiz's poetry and penetrate the quasi-hagiographical film that obscures the poet himself, this book attempts a contextualisation of Hafiz that is at once socio-political, historical, and literary. Here, Hafiz's ghazals (short, monorhyme, broadly amorous lyric poems) are read comparatively against similar texts composed by his less-studied rivals in the hyper competitive, imitative, and profoundly intertextual environment of fourteenth-century Shiraz. By bringing Hafiz's lyric poetry into productive, detailed dialogue with that of the counterhegemonic satirist, 'Ubayd Zakani (d. 1371), and the marginalised Jahan-Malik Khatun (d. after 1391; the most prolific female poet of premodern Iran), our received understanding of this most iconic of stages in the development of the Persian ghazal is disrupted, and new avenues for literary exploration open up.

No.
26276
価格:
6,430円


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