Tarzi Afshar

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Tarzi Afshar
Died 1679
Occupation Poet

Tarzi Afshar (Persian: طرزی افشار‎, Azerbaijani: طرزی افشار) was a 17th-century Safavid poet who wrote in the Persian and Azerbaijani languages. He is the author of a small divan of "humorous poems", written in an amalgam of Persian and Azerbaijani known as Tarzilik.[1] Later, for some time, this type of poetry became relatively popular at the Safavid court in Isfahan.[1] Tarzi Afshar originally hailed from Rey.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Javadi & Burrill 1988, pp. 251-255.

Sources[edit]

  • Javadi, H.; Burrill, K. (1988). "AZERBAIJAN x. Azeri Turkish Literature". Encyclopaedia Iranica, Vol. III, Fasc. 3. pp. 251–255.