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2016 | 59/119 z. 3 | 95-105
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Klasyczny epos perski — tradycja i świadomość autorska

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Classical Persian Epics — Conscious Authorship and Tradition
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The article explores the concept of authorship in early (10th−11th century A.D.) classical Persian epic poetry, it uses examples of three representative works: Ferdousi’s Šāhnāme, Asadi’s and Gorgāni’s Vis-o Rāmin. As the analyzed passages show, all three authors, in spite of their works being based on the existing, traditional sources, have a strong sense of their individual authorship. They understand their role as saving pre-Islamic Iranian patrimony from oblivion, as a modernization of literary language and style and finally, as a search for their personal fame. An attempt at discovering inner senses of the inherited literary material, beyond its external meaning, seems to be another aspect of their authorial creativity.
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95-105
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2016
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Publication order reference
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0084-4446
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