عنوان مقاله [English]
The contemporary party poetry as a leader of the committed literary has intended to redefine and reconstruct fundamental concepts such as the history, consciousness, equality and reality under the umbrella of the thoughts of Marxism in order to reorder its dissident against the authoritarianism. The spread of Marxist beliefs in Persian and Kurdish societies has led to the appearance of comparable topics while they were differed in representation method. Comparative explanation of ideological implications can help to epistemologically-aesthetically decipher of the poets works. Relying on an analytical-descriptive methodology, this study aims to explain and illustrate the reconstructed reality in the poems of Ismail Shahroudi and Abdullah Goran as the two prominent representatives of the political committed literary. Results show that despite the climatic and social differences, the presence of an ideological commitment as a prior order has led to the resemblance of the subjects of representation while they are differed in their representation method. Thus, the difference of representation of the reality in the works of the two can be considered in their contextualization or de-contextualizing of the representative subject. Shahroudi neither expresses his own lived experience or the experience of the Iranian society nor shows the signs of leftist idioms and concepts in his poems. In contrast, Goran’s expression is based on contextualization. He simultaneously refers to the lived climatic-social experience of the Kurds and the as the epistemological context puts the idioms and concepts of leftism in his poems.