Man, Satan, and God of Mawlana (Rumi) and Milton
作者: Leila Mir MojarabianMohammad Reza Nasre Esfahani
刊名: Comparative Theology, 2018, Vol.9 (1), pp.13-16
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原始语种摘要: This research is a critical analysis on the place of human and his integration with religious issues, and the subject of disobedience and rebellion. In addition, topics such as reward, punishment, redemption and salvation of mankind in two great works of literature of the world, Masnavi by Mawlana and Paradise Lost by Milton have been comparatively discussed. Rumi's poetry and thought has been accepted by commons and special people in Iran and the world. Rumi is one of the few supreme poets in Persian language and the world. Generally, Milton has Known as the greatest English poet after Shakespeare, and his Paradise Lost as the greatest English fiction poem. This work is a the well-known epics of human-divine composed in live new languages, and comparing these two works even in one field...
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关键词翻译
关键词翻译
  • salvation 救济
  • Man Mainmenance Alert network
  • mercy 恩惠
  • obedience 服从
  • heaven 
  • thoughts 思维
  • eternal 永久的
  • unsparing 严厉的
  • divine 神的
  • devil 铺沥青路面加热器