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Rovhāni R. Reasons of Delay in Composing Mathnavi, Book II . مطالعات عرفانی. 2011; 0 (13) :117-160
URL: http://s-erfani.kashanu.ac.ir/article-1-27-en.html

Associate Professor in Kāshān University , r.ruhani@kashanu.ac.ir
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A controvertial and yet- to- be solved issue about Mathnavi is the reasons for discontinuation of Mathnavi of Rumi meetings at the close of Book I and the delayed start of Book II.different reasons could be found for this delay in Mathnavi and works of other poets contemporary with Mowlānā. However, none of there reasons by itself seems convincing enough. Therefore, researchers, both contemporary and those living in previous centuries, have been looking for other reasons, which considered altogether prove to be convincing enough, and can often be inferred from Mathnavi. In this article, the researcher provides a background to the discussion, presents a summary of the views and ideas of the view holder in the part, explicates Mathnavis ideas and then classifies the ideas and views taking the three speaker- address- and text- oriented approaches and then draws new conclusions this new classification, rather than forvsing on the reasons for the postponement of, mostly high lights the background, reasons and explicit and implicit mystical teachings of Mathnavi. There apply to the understanding of similar cases in Mathnavi (for examples untimely and sudden silent in Book VI and other works (like the mystics interest in keepings a low profile or keeping silent) this new classification explores a number of previously unexplored reasons and factors of delay such as the role of patience and silence, Mathnavis recommendation for silenc, literary and stylistics devices, the address’s role and his wisdom and will, will be brought to light.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2012/09/1

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