The Use of the Persoa in the Poetry of Abdul Wahab Al-Bayati and Mehdi Akhavan-Sales


  • Eshagh Rahmani Associate Professor of Arabic Language and Literature Department, Shiraz University, IRI
  • Shiva Mottahed Ph.D. of Persian Language and Literature Department, Shiraz University, Shiraz, Iran.



The Mask, Bayati, Akhavan Sales, Making Myths


The Mask is one of the particular techniques of contemporary poets in Arabic literature, the poet uses it to hide behind the mask of historical, political, social or religious geniuses to express his concerns. In spite of that the mask is special for Arabic poems but this techniques has several instances in Persian poems. This study has investigated this technique in the poems of, Abdolvahab Albayati & Mehdi Akhavan-Sales, two current poets of Iraq and Iran; At the end proves that proximity of Iran and Iraq and The same social and political atmosphere and the same events that two communities have passed, has The same effects on the views and thoughts of these two poet so that both of them have benefited the same style to describe what they passed.


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How to Cite

Rahmani ا., & Mottahed ش. (2020). The Use of the Persoa in the Poetry of Abdul Wahab Al-Bayati and Mehdi Akhavan-Sales. LANGUAGE ART, 5(3), 7–26.