عنوان مقاله [English]
The eight-year Holy Defense affected a large part of our poetry and literature and led to the emergence of a resistance literature in which the struggle of a nation against the danger and threat of foreigners is expressed in both verse and prose. Most poems appear in two forms of free verse and sonnet, and fiction is seen in the genre of prose. Since the drive for resistance against the invader is inherent in human nature, Athar Ghavami, a poet from Bandar Abbas and Lar, has spared no effort to reflect the committed concepts of the Holy Defense. Like a warrior outside the front, he has sought to depict battlefields and the subsequent devastation. This article uses content analysis and library research method to examine resistance literature in Ghavami’s poetry collection “Lovingly on the Mine.” It is discussed that Ghavami’s collection uses the two classical and free verse forms to introduce the ideals of sacred defense. By creating images of war and epic warriors in the eight-year Holy Defense, he has shown his faith in the Islamic Revolution and the resistance literature of his country, so that our younger generation can become more familiar with the values of the Holy Defense.