عنوان مقاله [English]
The Islamic Revolution of Iran in 1357 was a multi-dimensional event that changed and transformed the country of Iran from various angles. Literature and especially poetry, which had been serving the fight against the Pahlavi regime for several decades before the Islamic Revolution, was transformed under the influence of the discourse of the Islamic Revolution. This transformation can be examined in terms of format, form, content, etc. Paying attention again to forms such as couplets and quatrains, finding new themes in the context of Ashurai, Mahdavi, Fatimid poetry, as well as the abundance of young poets indicate the deep transformation of Persian poetry at this historical moment, which is the necessity of dealing with the history of Islamic Revolution literature, the poetry style of the Islamic Revolution and It brings to mind the theory of poetry of the Islamic Revolution. In the following essay, an attempt is made to describe the main framework of the theory of poetry of the Islamic Revolution by analyzing and examining the words of Ayatollah Khamenei, the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution, about poetry. Based on this study, it became clear that according to the theory of poetry of the Islamic Revolution, a meaningful and audience-oriented poem is valuable. The meanings of this theory are religious and moral education, the current issues of the Islamic world, the values of the revolution, and so on. Audience-orientedness of poetry in the theory of poetry of the Islamic revolution also means that, firstly, poetry must be committed and take a position in front of the society, and secondly, it must be created in a language understandable to the audience.