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Nafthat-Al-Masdoor by Shahab-Al-Din Mohammad Zeidary Nasavi, is one of the Persian euphuism masterpieces.
The book begins without any kind of preamble and ends quite abruptly. It appears that it is the author’s overflow of feelings which is realized in an imaginary text with a rhythmic language. In the present article, the content of this book will be studied from the perspective of lyric theory. The author reminisces his emotionally loaded memories and, simultaneously with his miseries, pains, nostalgia, and loneliness as Kharazmshahian Kingdom was close to its downfall. He creates such poetry genres as elegy, complaint, eulogy, and satire through describing his own feelings towards different people. In fact, a structural analysis of these genres reveals the author’s overflow of feelings. Therefore, the readers are often faced with a poetic and rhythmic prose which is replete with emotions, excitement and passion.