عنوان مقاله [English]
Resistance literature in the Constitutional Revolution is a pillar that has emerged in the cultural context of the Revolution against tyranny and colonialism. This genre has emerged on the basis of struggle against oppressors and their representation with the purpose of defending Iranian identity against the invasion of foreigners. Colonialism is one of those phenomena that has always entangled Eastern countries and nations. Therefore, knowledgeable and capable people, especially artists and literati, use their pens to fight colonialism and colonizers. Since colonial practices are diverse and different, struggles against it should be diverse and appropriate. Using descriptive-analytical method, the present article undertakes a comparative study of the reflection of Mohammad Taghi Bahar and Seyed-Ashoor-al-Din-Husseini’s views on colonialism in their poems. The present research reveals that both poets have discussed colonialism in different ways and both have presented similar approaches to resist it, the most important of which are: illuminating people; inviting people to unite and confront colonialism; humiliating colonialism through satiric language; blaming and condemning oppressors; provoking people to return to the original identity of the Islamic culture.