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Poorasiyab Dizag T, Neghabi E. study of the cognitive layout of folklore legends of Azerbaijan. CFL. 2018; 6 (22)
URL: http://journals.modares.ac.ir/article-11-14853-en.html
1- teacher of educational center district 2 Rey city
2- Associate professor of Literature and Persian Language kharazmi University
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Among the various types of folklore literature, due to the legends of Azerbaijan are part of the oldest of these stories and from the perspective of the theme is one of the best and most content-rich stories, in the world, they have a special place. The breadth of information, the diversity of subjects and the historical background presented in these stories, has identified Azerbaijan as one of the most important centers for the creation and influence of folk tales in the world. The study of the cognitive layout of the myths of Azerbaijan is a significant contribution to understanding the beliefs, customs the people of Azerbaijan. Beliefs and opinions that are full of amazing magical happenings, occurring with the involvement of creatures like ogre and fairy tale, and so on. Therefore, it is worth noting that folk tales in the folklore literature of the Azerbaijani people share the same aspects with all the diversity and appearance variation. The authors of this article will study the plot story of the thirty myths of Azerbaijan and study and analyze the early, middle and final plot sections of these folk tales in Azerbaijan. By studying the cognitive layout of the myths of Azerbaijan, it was concluded that in the folk tales of Azerbaijan the foundation of creation was based on the presentation of moral messages. Within these myths, it's more about teaching ethics and love in life, and what makes plot stories stronger is their amazing attraction to their audience.
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Received: 2017/07/30

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