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دوفصلنامه زبان و ادبيات فارسی 2019, 26(85): 161-176 Back to browse issues page
Analysis of “Gol -o- Norooz” by Khwaju Kermani According to the Jungian Archetype of Individuation
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Carl Gustav Jung, the   founder   of   the   analytical   psychology   in the twentieth century   believes    that   under   the   appearance   of   human   consciousness   exists   an eternal collective unconscious   which is   part   of   the   hereditary   psychological   factor   common in the entire human race. He successfully introduced   the common archetypes in the mythology of   the different   nations and opened up a new trend in psychology.  This article intends to study "Gol-o-Norooz" in light of Jung’s archetype of individuation.  Attention to archetypes for decoding "Gol-o-Norooz" is necessary because this collection is entirely explainable based on these archetypal symbols. Norooz   is   a symbol of   Piroozshah’s unconscious   forces and Piroozshah is in turn the activated representative of his own archetype. After many dangerous   voyages, he finally reached his beloved, and by the birth of his children the cycle of individuation is completed.
 
Keywords: Khwaju Kermani, Narrative, Gol-o-Norooz, Carl Jung, Archetypes, Collective Unconscious.
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Analysis of “Gol -o- Norooz” by Khwaju Kermani According to the Jungian Archetype of Individuation. دوفصلنامه زبان و ادبيات فارسی. 2019; 26 (85) :161-176
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