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دوفصلنامه زبان و ادبيات فارسی 2010, 18(67): 45-70 Back to browse issues page
A Structuralist analysis on AmirArsalan story
Alireza Hajiannejad , Maryam seyedan
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Structuralism  mostly  investigates narrative  elements in  stories. A structural  narratologist  basically intends to  compile  a  coherent  structure  among  other  different  aspects of a story. The  present  study   investigates  the  structure  of  AmirArsalan  story, the last  important  fragment  of  Persian  folksy  long  story  generation, according  to  some  structuralist  theories. According to  Grard Genette,  we  can  analyze  AmirArsalan  story  at  two  levels  of  recite  and  narration. At  “recite” level,  it  has  been  discussed  based  on  narrative  perspective. At  “narration”  level,  the  narrative  structure  has  been  investigated and  then  the  similarities  and  differences  have  been  mentioned  compared to  other  folksy  long  stories.  In  the  second  part  of  narration  level,  its syntactic  structure  has  been  pointed  out  and  we have tried to  summarize  the story  characters,  their  acts,  and  manners  in  the  most  compact  way.

Keywords: Structuralism, Narrative structure, Syntactic structure, Narration, recite, Narrator, AmirArsalan
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Hajiannejad A, seyedan M. A Structuralist analysis on AmirArsalan story. دوفصلنامه زبان و ادبيات فارسی. 2010; 18 (67) :45-70
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