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Amirian T. Comparision the Experience of love in the story “Al-Shaihk Sanaan and Al-Fatat Al-Rumiah” and the novel “Rehlat Ebn Fatoma”. AIJH 2020; 26 (2) :1-23
URL: http://aijh.modares.ac.ir/article-31-37763-en.html
Kermanshah , taebehamiriyan@yahoo.com
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Through an applied text study we try to get closer to “Rehlat Ebn Fatoma” distinguished by structure and composition, by Nagiub Mahfouz Egyptian novelist, and perhaps the most important characteristics is its mastery to contain a recall of the heritage of mystical and spiritual literature, that Makes this navel tends its own shoved to meet the novelist thecnical inspiration in the search for truth and spiritual perfection through a mystical experience of love. Mahfouz's ambition to enrich his narrative experience by expanding the meaning of love in Iranian Sufism stories, like the story of “Al- Shaikh Sanaan va Al-Fatat Al- Rumiah”by Attar Al- Nayshabouri, contributed to the formulation of the mystical structure of the novel in terms of idea and aesthetically and represent a creative image raises the question: How did Nagiub Mahfouz recall the Sufiam dominant thought of the text of Al-Shaikh Sanaan in Rehlat Ebn Fatoma? The applied-  analytical approach is desiring to stand on the Suism discours manifestations of the story of Al-Shaikh Sanaan in Mahfouz’z novel and try to reveal the suggestive semantics like the role of women in achiving the mystic style and the dimensions of dream or imagination and travel from the countries trip to the travel of hearts and examination in thought and in the production of Sufi meaning.
 
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Article Type: مقالات علمی پژوهشی | Subject: Arts and Humanities (General)
Received: 2019/11/2 | Accepted: 2020/01/7 | Published: 2019/12/1

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