عنوان مقاله [English]
Wasefi is a writer and poet of the 10th century AH. The only remaining work of his is the Badaye' Al-Vaqaye', which contains anecdotes and memoirs written in historical order. Wasefi has also put some of his poetry and Letters in Badaye' Al-Vaqaye', which is of particular value. The book comprises a total of 42 letters, including types such as the Sultaniyat and Ekhvaniat, and some other types such as the Vaqf nameh and Ketabe-ye- emarat, Book sermon, Grave Text, Family Tree and deed. He wrote eighteen of these letters in one session, and wrote the rest on other occasions and occasions. In his letters, Vasafi considers the present of the addressee and the sender and the subject, so the volume of each section of the letter varies according to the importance and position of the sender, recipient, and subject. An important feature of his writings is the shortness of which are written with the utmost use of simile and metaphor. The number of Arabic words in his writings reaches eighty percent, but most are of the words used. Farsi letters, Qur'anic verses and Arabic phrases are also included, but very little.