عنوان مقاله [English]
Ali Mousavi Garmaroudi is one of the poets of the pre-revolutionary Iran who wrote New Poetry with religious and revolutionary themes and continued his style after the Islamic Revolution. From the very beginning, his poetry was connected with the spirit of struggle and some sorts of social and human commitment, comprising concepts and subjects that were religious in nature and were potential to become a kind of revolutionary discourse. Gramroudi’s revolutionary discourse is based on a philosophical attitude and a particular social and human approach that relies on religious teachings and values. This discourse derives from a worldview and understanding that Garmaroudi has achieved in the course of some years of struggle and is characterized by discursive elements, components and signs that are reflected explicitly and implicitly in its poems. This paper investigates the way the dominant discourse in Mousavi Garmaroudi’s modern poems, which has been hailed as the revolutionary discourse, has evolved. In addition, the components and signs of such a discourse have been defined and analyzed.