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Modern and imported concepts, combined with what were obtained from his own thoughts, form the framework of his style. Views Read Edit View history. Iraj Mirza Jalalu’l-Mamalek was born in in Tabriz.
Love Me More Than the Others: Selected Poetry of Iraj Mirza
His praise never shaded into flattery. His style is rich in the art of simile. Neshat Esfahani Abbas Foroughi Bastami — However, unlike most magicians and perhaps most characteristic of his voice, Iraj enjoys explaining his own tricks, illusions, slight of hand, dodges, seductions, lies, and sweet-talking. Iranian poets Iranian satirists Iranian Azerbaijani poets People of the Persian Constitutional Revolution births deaths Qajar princes 19th-century Iranian people 20th-century Iranian people Iranian male poets Poets from Riaj.
His simple poetic language is also famous for its witticism and satire. Iraj was born in October in Tabriznorthwestern Iran. Contemporary Persian and Classical Persian are the same language, but writers since are classified as contemporary.
Subsequently, he was offered the position of court poet that his father had held.
He then took the position of his late father and became the court-poet of Mozaffar al-Din Mirza. At present, he serves as Professor of Crea Author City: October TabrizPersia. She goes to great pains to explain the beauty of lovemaking mkrza she finally goes her own way as she returns to the gods.
Sayings and Proverbs by Masters of Persian Poetry.
In fact, his anti-clerical satires, as well as his other controversial subjects, put his life in danger because he was considered such a secular freethinker.
Prince Iraj Mirza Persian: Two years later, Iraj returned to Tehran where he started to work as a staff member in the Office of Official Compositions in Persian: Iraj’s fluency in French and Russian and his trip to Europe deepened two of his unshakeable beliefs: Iraj also composed very nice massnawi and qat’aa on the raising and education of children, maternal affection, love and romance. Iraj could not bear to see that life was intolerable, unbearable and miserable for the courageous and valorous women of Iran.
His writing is like a breath of kirza mountain air in the Qajar period. Love Me More Than the Others: The religiously devout are offended because Iraj attacks the veil; he employs language that is considered obscene, mocks ,irza and sheiks, and praises drinking. His tomb is in Zahir-od-dowleh cemetery between Darband and Tajrish located in Shemirannorth of Tehran.
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Later, he abandoned the court and worked for the government.
The controversial subject matter of Iraj’s poems has caused them to be avoided at all costs, disparaged out of hand, dismissed as an insult to the nation—even by sophisticated, well-read Iranians. The Story of Divxn and Manouchehr is one of his famous poetic works. ArefnamehWoman’s Picture in Persian: At one time, Persian was a common cultural language of much of the non-Arabic Islamic world. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Iraj Mirza.
His striking sarcasm, pungent and fanged words are pointed at the dishonest clergy, businessmen, merchants and statesmen. Some scholars believe that because of the time in which he lived, his depth of literary knowledge and his familiarity with French and other foreign languages, he could also have been one of the masters of free nirza if he wanted to.
Iraj composes some poems that are so controversial and challenging that they remain difficult for every kind of reader to accept—devout and secular, women and men, gay and straight. Here Iraj tells the story based on the Greek myth of Venus and Adonis.
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A valuable bilingual [Persian-English] resource for students as well as enthusiasts of Persian literature and history. This fact is manifested oraj the particular style of poetry that he created.