DOI: https://doi.org/10.32461/2226-3209.2.2019.177425

SUFI POETRY: A PEARL OF THE MIDDLE EAST CULTURE

Kateryna Hololobova

Abstract


The purpose of the study is to identify the content and characteristics of Sufi poetry and its influence on the culture of the Middle East in particular and the world in general. The methodology of the research is based on the complex use of methods of analysis, synthesis and generalization that made it possible to characterize Sufi poetry in the diversity of its content and style. Historical and retrospective methods provided disclosure of the peculiarities of poetic searches of Sufi philosophers through specific examples. The scientific novelty of the study consists in an integrated approach to the analysis of the heritage of the Sufi poets-philosophers, based not only on genre and stylistic characteristics, but also on meaningful and philosophical interpretations. Conclusions. The Sufi poetry has had a significant influence on the development of the socio-political thought of the East, full of deep philosophical content, unique style and rebellious spirit. It has left a profound sense in the world culture and has become the heart of the culture of the Middle East


Keywords


Sufism; Sufi; Rumi; Rudaki; Khayyam; Hafez; Nasimi; ruba’i; ghazal

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