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Hatami H, Shokraneh N. Analyzing the Deconstruction of the Notion of confrontation in Yazdi's Public Tales. CFL. 2018; 6 (21) :99-125
URL: http://journals.modares.ac.ir/article-11-15552-en.html
1- Assistant Professor of Persian Language and Literature / Payame –Nour University
2- M.Sc. in Children’s Literature
Abstract:   (178 Views)
Tales are the heritage of the public in literary, intellectual and cultural contexts that have a powerful and creative function.  They can be considered the first and most valuable subjective and linguistic creations that are highly prominent in their depths. The narrators have also created stories of events, human concerns and dreams benefiting from artistic structure and multi-dimensional meaning as a permanent function. Yazd area has a special place in this regard. Hence, the diversity of research based on binary opposition and structural analysis in the field of storytelling have reduced the meaning of folk tales. The purpose of this research is to examine the perverse basis of the confrontational structure in Yazdi's popular stories. Research methodology in this paper is descriptive- documentary and analytical. In such an approach, it is clear that the binary opposition in the folk tales have the potential for reversal of meaning, and through the notion of deconstruction, the reproduction of other meanings which corresponds to the mind of the audience and the reading time would be possible.
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Received: 2017/08/4

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