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Bolouri M. Exploring the Occupation based on the poetry of Sayida-y-e- Nasafi, the Persian-Speaker Poet of Transoxania. CFL. 2018; 6 (21) :127-153
URL: http://journals.modares.ac.ir/article-11-16058-en.html
Assistant Professor of Persian Language and Literature/- Azad University – Najaf Abad/Isfahan
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In the not- too- distant past of the Great Iran, there were jobs being actually disappeared or deformed in some way. Since introducing those forgotten jobs can help us better understand the Iranian society of that time, in this article, the author has introduced a number of old guilds that are derived from Sayida Nasafi's urban poetry, the Persian –speaker poet of Tajikistan in the eleventh century. It should be said that these jobs selected from more than two hundred jobs introduced in Sayida Nasafi's poem, have been common in Safavid period. The results showed that by introducing the jobs that has named in her urban poetry this Persian-speaker poet, in fact, has sought to support the lower and depriving classes of society and his behavior was an implicit criticism of the government and social issues.
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Received: 2017/09/25

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