Modernism and Ideology in Persian Literature: A Return to Nature in the Poetry of NimÔ Yushij
Chronologically traces the uses of nature imagery in the work of Iranian poet Nima Yushij. From the Romantic imagery of the poet's Afsaneh, through his Marxist opposition to the Shah, to his rejection of traditional lines and meters, the author examines the biographical ideological, literary, and social significance of nature in the poems from 192
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