Studying the Penetration of Semitic Myths in Persian Poems

Vahideh N. Chegini


Myth is like a mirror on spirit of mankind. Myth is the result of human’s experiences in history. Myth has an old antecedent in Persian literature that we can see them in literary works.
In this article, we studied Persian and non-Persian myths and the reasons of penetration of Semitic and Greek myths in odes.
Key words: Persian myths; Semitic myths; Greek myths; Persian poem


Persian myths; Semitic myths; Greek myths; Persian p



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