عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
Iranian people accepted Islam wholeheartedly when they heard the reviving call of this religion. All features of the Islamic culture are displayed in the Holy Qur'an. The enthusiasm to be adorned by the Qur'an and Qur'anic rites also found way to different aspects of Iranians' lives including Persian poetry and literature. Persian poets, using the Holy Qur'an ayahs, presented their oratory in various forms with reference to the Qur'anic ayahs and their meanings and decorated their words with Qur'anic concepts and subtleties. And besides being influenced by the content and themes, they were affected by the Qur'anic method of expression, adding beauty and greatness to their speech.
Adib-al-Mamalek Farahani is one of the poets whose Qur'anic influence can be considered as one of his stylistic characteristics. Qur'anic references in his poetry are abundantly visible in the form of borrowing, adaptation, allusion, hal (unstringing), translation and pictorial influence. The present study extracted and categorized different forms of Adib-al-Mamalek Farahani's influence from the Qur'an and the related evidence. Among these forms, borrowing and adaptation are the most, and pictorial influence and translation are the least frequent.