عنوان مقاله [English]
Stress is the prominence given to a particular syllable in a word. In Persian language, stress, benefiting from intensity and pitch, once used in the appropriate part of speech, clarifies the purpose and along with intonation, produced by prominence, becomes distinguished. Both, stress and into nation, normally come together as stress creates a high pitch and consequently derives attention. Maghālāt-e-Shams-e-Tabrīzī, comprising Shams’ acclaimed speeches, is difficult to understand to a certain extent. This article is engaged with discussing how Shams has devised the stress and intonation as a special grammatical character in Maghālāt, a compilation of his sermons and educational advice, to strongly influence his audience.