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saaberi T, mousavi K, foroozande M, shateri M. Hair in oral stories and mythology. CFL. 2018; 6 (22)
URL: http://journals.modares.ac.ir/article-11-13310-en.html
1- student/ shahrekord university
2- litreture/ shahrekord university
3- literature/ shahrekord university
4- Archeology/ shahrekord university
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The tales reflect the thinking, lifestyle and beliefs of people over time. Despite the obvious differences of stories with each other in different cultures and clans, there are also common features. . Stories have been used as a part of folk art and literature from myths. A group of thinkers like Freud believe that myths have influenced folk oral stories. But another group, including Andrew Lang, disagrees with this category the story is not a myth left and, in fact, these are myths formed on the basis of folk oral stories. In each society, there are some ancient behavioral patterns which may not necessarily be taught only indirectly to people in the community. or, vice versa, may be attributed to some of those patterns in the formal education system. All those ancient practices today are part of a culture that has been inherited from one generation to another. This article will be followed by a review of the category of "hair" in folk oral stories it is even possible to try to find their mythological expressions. The result of this research, which collects data in a library-based way based on descriptive-analytic research methodology, shows that hair is a sign of femininity and female sexual power. The female personality of stories has mostly fertility, water-relatedness and vegetative fertility women. There are also many ways of life, and especially marriage, in these stories, rituals, and rituals of the maternal age
Keywords: :, tales, myth, hair, chignon, folk, .
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Received: 2017/10/3

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