عنوان مقاله [English]
Firooz Shahnameh, as one of the Persian folk tales, was narrated by Mohammad Beighami. Zabihullah Safa did its textual correction and published a part of it, titled Darabnameh, during 1950-1962. It was reprinted in 2002 without any changes. Iraj Afshar and Mehran Afshari did textual criticism of another part of the story under the name of Firooz Shahnameh in 2009 and published it. Although the textual criticism of both parts has been done carefully, some slips can be seen in them. Because Beighami's narration, in addition to artistic and literary aspects, has many linguistic benefits and is useful in studying the social history of Iran in the past centuries, its text should be provided to lovers of Persian folk tales and scholars in this field as much as possible without slipping. In this article, according to the recording of the original copies and referring to the poems of the poets whose verses have been quoted in Firooz Shahnameh and the confrontation of the repetitive and stereotyped expressions of the book, the correct form of these slips are presented.