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نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
The story of the passion between “Rabe’e and Baktash”, in Ellahi Nameh, has been one of the most aspiring stories in love prose and mystical stories in Persian literature which has been illustrated brilliantly and magnificently by Sheik Farid Aldin Attar Neyshaboori, the famous poet of the 6th century. He is one of the highly applauded mystical and affectionate poets. He has not only won the reputation of conceptual literature, but also created unique and distinctive narrations. Of all his works, his Masnavis have extensive perceptions and various concepts can be driven, they are also mysterious in notifying mystical connotations, and they all have made absolute attraction. Since the state of soul has been considered as the core of Attar’s words, he narrates a mystical and spiritual tale, called “Rabe’e and Baktash” in Ellahi Nameh in which he tries to interpret soul. Rabe’e, the heroin of this story, plays an affectionate role and is the symbol of “soul” and her lover, Baktash, is a secret of “self” in mankind. The poet has devoted the whole story to the salvation process of Rabe’e’s soul and the evolution process of Baktash’s self.