عنوان مقاله [English]
A large part of artistic creativity, especially in classical texts, is merely the creation of poems that shows the power of creation, imagination, and storytelling of poets. In the present study, considering Seven Bodies, Eight Heavens by Khosroudhalvi, Yusof and Zoleykha and Leyli and Majnoon of Jami. The results show that confirmation of acceptance, cause and effect relationships, story-by-story creation, and surprise a ending are the characteristics of the plot in the Seven Bodies. Conversely, the stories of the Eight Heavens have strong causal and effect relationships, and the plot of the stories is to plot something and ultimately decipher it. There is no insistence on creating a knot in the plot of Jami's stories. The central characters of these poems are women, among whom the women of the week are very witty, fearless and thoughtful, and in contrast, the women of the eight heavens are lustful, cunning and treacherous. Women in Jami Collection are also passive and obedient to the power of men (kings, ministers, fathers, etc.). The Collection is given to describe the nature and setting of a special story in a picture in which Amir Khosrow pays more attention to the description of women and their betrayals. Jami's poems are the boundary between these two poets, and Jami's setting is proportionate and very effective in inducing the concepts desired by the poet.