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Critique of Research Book (Literature)/A Critique of Kimia of Rumi’s Haram, Sadaf Golmoradi . Quarterly book review literature & Art 2019; 5 (6) :51-64
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A Critique of Kimia of Rumi’s Haram
Sadaf Golmoradi/ Professor at Tehran Farhangian University,
The present research is aimed at introducing and reviewing Kimia of Rumi’s Haram. Although the book does not mention in the title that it is in face a critique but we see that it is an essay based on "... the critique of novels Kimiakhatoon, Rumi’s Daughter, and the Nation of Love ...". also whenever deemed necessary it also criticizes historical works such as the Managhib-Al-Arefin Aflaki, Resaleye Sepahsalar, and some other texts that are published in the cyberspace or periodical publications on this topic. The author also deciphers the undisclosed references of Shams's Essays based on the same biased view and presumptions, relying on the same historical texts as we shall see, the author depicts a biased image of Shams and his relationship with Kimiakhatoon and Aladdin (Rumi’s son ). Thus he is unwittingly caught up in the same trap that he is advising the novelists (the defendants in the present case) to avoid. A lack of structural cohesion, criticizing the thinkers rather than the criticizing the thought, the numerous contradictions in the text, and a refusal to acknowledge the boundary between history and imagination, and as a result, the evaluation of the novel as an art piece with the test of history are among the characteristics of this book.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2019/07/31 | Accepted: 2019/07/31 | Published: 2019/07/31

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