عنوان مقاله [English]
In this article, we argue that two poems of the "Khane Hastom" of Akhavan Sales are the reconstruction of the atmosphere of ancient Iran and special special attention is paid to the philosophy of Zoroaster. He seeks to revive the culture of ancient Iran and the philosophy and religion of Zoroaster and Mazdak in order to give a different meaning to the social justice or justice of the past. According to Akhavan, the view of the thoughts, existence and death of the protagonist is different from the common view of the western thinkers. On the other hand, the coexistence of Indo-European and Iranian philosophical religious myths has caused traces of western philosophy to be highlighted in his poetry; From the point of view of the heroes of poetry, existence is eternal and related to Ahuramazda, and they contrast "life" and " nonliving" which is also a part of existence. unlike western existentialists and absurdists who believe " man is alone and life is absurd". In this way, they overcome the emptiness of their time and give meaning to life. In this study,the contradictions of Akhavan about ancient Iran have also been examined. Keywords: Khane Hastom, Philosophy of Zoroaster, Absurdism, Akhavan Sales.