عنوان مقاله [English]
Despite any definition resistance poetry might have, its theme is influenced by popular freedom movements. The Jungle Movement of Guilan led by Mirza Kuchak Khan Jangali is one of such movements that began at the end of the 20th century. Due to its popular foundation and humanitarian goals, the Jungle Movement has been praised by critics and artists and also found its way into the realm of poetry. Ismail Dehghan should be known as the poet of the Jungle Movement who, in addition to having organizational affiliation with this movement, had obvious emotional attachment to it. Using descriptive analytical method and aiming at representing the place of the Jungle Movement from the outlook of men of letters, the present article seeks to study the reflection of this movement in the poetry of Ismail Dehghan. Based on the findings of this study, the noblest and deepest components of resistance that are considered as the charter of the Jungle Movement is detectable in Ismail Dehghan’s poetry. Furthermore, as a devotee of the movement, he occasionally advices and warns leaders of movements, in particular he invites them to unity and integrity and warns them against infiltrators.