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This comparative study, based on the Slavic approach, explains the features of utopia in the poems of Sohrab Sepehri and Nazak al-Mulaakeh, two Persian and Arabic poets, and analyzed and analyzed the aspects of their sharing and differences with regard to the descriptions of the two poets at content level. The results of the research show that both the poets have taken refuge in their imaginative and poetical uranium to escape the reality of their community; and because of their romantic tendencies and similar social conditions, they have both common themes such as escape from poverty and The cruelty and attention is given to the world of childhood, nature and the countryside. But the different tendencies and experiences of the two poets have brought the utopian utopia closer to reality, giving it a national and socio-ethical dimension, and made Sohrab utopia more cryptic, mystical, moral, and transnational and global.
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Received: 2017/08/15 | Accepted: 2018/11/17 | Published: 2019/07/28

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