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soheily rad F. A Study on Dramatic Aspects of Farrid - Al - Din Attar’s Tazkerat - Al - Ulia. JHM 2008; 0 (3) :25-40
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Abstract TAZKERAT - AL - ULIA is the only work by Farrid - Al - Din Attar in prose form. It expresses the biography, ideas and deeds of seventy two mystics and sofism. The reflection of historical, political and literary events affairs and creation on the works of Attar in particular , and Farsi literature of that time in general is quite interesting. In order to study the dramatic aspects of Tazkerat –Al –Ulia it is necessary to read, analyse and evaluate them in a different set of literary and artistic terms, that is to say dramatic and theatrical terms. The elements of theatre contain elements of play, performance, dramatic devices and techniques. In order to reveal the theatrical capacities and potentials of Tazkerat – Al - Ulia a selection of its narratives (three stories) 1 - Fozail Ayyaz, 2 - Rabee Advieh, 3 – Hosein – Ebn - Mansour Hallaj is in the center of present study and their theatrical and dramatic aspects of the prementioned stories have been analysed and evaluated in theatre critical terms. The researcher hopes that her research findings has shed light on the theatrical and dramatic potentials and values of Tazkerat –Al –Ulia and paves the way for dramatization and stage adaptation of the stories of the work in question.
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Received: 1901/12/14 | Accepted: 1901/12/14 | Published: 2007/09/23

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