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Rooyani V. The Composer of Samnameh and the Naqqali Tradition in Iran. CFL 2024; 11 (54) :139-172
URL: http://cfl.modares.ac.ir/article-11-70518-en.html
Associate Professor of Persian Language and Literature, Golestan University, Gorgan, Iran. , v.rooyani@gu.ac.ir
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The book of Samnameh is one of the texts that its attribution to Khaju-Kermani and has been discussed since its composition. Recently, some researchers have come to the conclusion that Samnameh was written by Khaju ShahnamehKhan, and the reason for the difference in the number of verses and even the existence of short and long narrations is the shortening and lengthening of the story by the narrator. However, the current research, seeks to find another answer to the question of why the Samnameh manuscripts are fundamentally different from each other in terms of the number of verses and the type of narration. This research aims to compare the short and long narratives of Samnameh with the help of the elements of the Naqqali tradition and the opinion of prominent researchers in this field, and the result shows that the differences between different manuscripts of Samnameh are due to different texts that were written by different scroll writers over time, and not different versions of the same narration. According to this research, only one short narration, which is one of the shortest narrations of Samnameh, was written by Khaju Shahnamehkhan Karati.
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Article Type: پژوهشی اصیل | Subject: Popular epic literature
Received: 2023/07/15 | Accepted: 2023/10/16 | Published: 2024/01/21

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