عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Mowlavi`s Mathnavi is such a mysterious and boundless sea that it is full of pure conceptions. It has been composed to emanate the desired life for creation of an ideal human. It is boundless, because it is full of pure Gnostic, philosophical and Kalami arguments, as well as social conceptions. It is mysterious, because from every perspective it shows off a unique aspect.
Being mysterious is not just in enjoyment of special Gnostic experiments and divine mysterious conceptions that are shown to addresses, but Mowlavi`s method in expressing the conceptions that have caused continuing discussions in Gnosticism, philosophy have reduplicated the secrets of Mathnavi.
Jahd o Tavakol are binary oppositions that Mowlavi hasn't presented a constant point of view about them.
Molavi`s multiple treatment in stories, which he has allocated to “Jahd o Tavakol,” have given a polyphonic aspect to Mathnavi.
This article examines Mowlavi’s viewpoint about Jahd o Tavakol in Shir O Nakhchiran story from side of Bakhtin`s dialogism and polyphony theory viewed by combining structured approach in finding the context opposition and coexistence inception of reciprocities and to show that Mowlavi has looked at Jahd o Tavakol in polyphonic way.
Key words: polyphony, dialogism, Molavi`s Mathnavi, Shir O Nakhchiran story, Bakhtin.