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Ahmadi M N, Firouzi E. Manifestations of Iranian mysticism in the poetry of Mohammad Adam. JCSFA 2021; 6 (8) :9-34
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Due to its richness and long history, Iranian mysticism has been able to fascinate everyone. In Iranian mysticism, the goal of the seeker is to gain knowledge through the stages of conduct and strive to purify his soul. Comparative literature is a suitable context that plays an important role in this regard. In the meantime, Muhammad Adam, a modern poet, gifted and alive in Egypt, whose poetic life is tied to mysticism and Sufism; In some of his poems, he mentions mystical-Iranian thoughts that have been influenced by them. Therefore, the present study seeks to show how Mohammad Adam Adam's poetry is influenced by Iranian mysticism through a descriptive-analytical method. This research is generally divided into three main sections. In the first part, Iranian mystics who were influenced by Mohammad Adam, in the second part, common mystical terms and in the final part, common mystical symbols with these mystics in his poetry are examined. The findings of the research indicate that Mohammad Adam has benefited from the boiling source of Iranian mystics, among whom are: Rumi, Suhrawardi, Hallaj and Ghazali. Also among the manifestations of Mohammad Adam's influence on Iranian mysticism, common mystical terms such as: 1) existence and non-existence 2) love 3) praise of God 4) soul 5) unity 6) travel and also common mystical symbols with Iranian mystics including: 1- Light 2- Candle 3- Fish 4- Night.
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Received: 2020/08/20 | Accepted: 2021/07/6 | Published: 2021/10/22

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