History of rhetoric in Dari Persian languageAuthor(s):
Sunatullah Noori and Moutasim Billah OmedAbstract:
Rhetoric in Dari Persian is more influenced by Arabic rhetoric, and even the names of books written in the past about Dari Persian rhetoric and related terms are mostly derived from Arabic, which continued until several centuries ago, although a few new terms in addition to the old terms, all the previous terms are still the same as before. The first books of Dari Persian rhetoric are the Tarjumanul - Balaghah, Hadayeq al-Sehr and al-Mujam, which is the beginning of rhetoric in Dari Persian. Of course, what continues to this day is in fact a repetition and description of the writings of our forefathers. In the contemporary period, research on rhetoric continued by mentioning the same terms and titles without any shortcomings, and the purpose of writing rhetorical works was only at the request of students and the need for time to teach in universities. Literature has been added to it that in fact the method of work and research at this time continues according to the trend of that time.Pages: 504-510 | Views: 252 | Downloads: 86Download Full Article: Click Here
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Sunatullah Noori, Moutasim Billah Omed. History of rhetoric in Dari Persian language. Int J Adv Acad Stud 2020;2(4):504-510.