Hacû-yi Kirmâni'nin "Kemâlnâme" mesnevisinde Nizâmî Gencevî'nin etkisi

Zehra Allahverdiyeva
2022 Zenodo  
The study of the interactions and connections between the cultures and literatures of the peoples of the Near and Middle East is an important problem that is always in the focus of world and Azerbaijani literary criticism. In the twentieth century, the theoretical aspects of the problem have been identified, and considerable research has been conducted in various areas on the basis of the historical-comparative method. In the past,YE Bertels, V. M.Jirmunski, F. Koprulu, A.Sirri Lavand,
more » ... M.Mubariz, G.Aliyev, R.Aliyev, R.Azade, H. Yusifli, N.Arasli, I.Hamidov, T .Kerimli, M.Kazimov, A.B. Kudelin, A.V. Mikhailov, M.Y. Borev and others made important scientific and theoretical ideas in this field. The study of numerous works in Eastern literature under the influence of Nizami Ganjavi's "Khamsa" themes on the basis of the above-mentioned principles remains one of the urgent problems of literary criticism. In the presented article, the prose "Kamalname" from the works of "Khamsa" by the famous philosopher-poet of the XIV century Khaju Kirmani, the successor of Nizami literary school, is involved in research. Research shows that Khaju Kirmani's "Khamsa" is a modern continuation of the humanist ideas and artistic style features of the great representative of the Azerbaijani school of poetry Nizami Ganjavi in accordance with the new-medieval period. The poem consists of 12 chapters. Each chapter contains comments on the history and essence of Islamic-Sufi philosophy, and philosophical-didactic stories reflecting the socio-moral views of the time. The work praises, praises, praises the poet's mentor Abu Ishaq Kaziruni, seyri-suluk, Salik's perfect maturity, interpretation of the world, salik's dialogue with the 4 elements - water, earth, wind and fire, pointing to the world of soul in dialogue with fire, seyru-suluk The transition from the world of the unseen to the world of the unseen, the declaration of the hunter's heart, the virtue of silence and its characteristics, the story of Aristatalis, the infidelity of [...]
doi:10.5281/zenodo.7470326 fatcat:jcturkrsnvdmpb2vdwbstzamuy