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Barati A, Ghaemi F, hassanabadi M, Yahaghi M J. Investigating templatic and epic propositions and their functions in story telling scrolls: the case study of wrestling. CFL. 2019; 7 (28) :47-72
URL: http://cfl.modares.ac.ir/article-11-33162-en.html
1- Ferdowsi University of Mashhad , ar.barti11@gmail.com
2- Assistant ProfessorDepartment of Persian Language and LiteratureFaculty of Letters and HumanitiesFerdowsi University Of Mashhad (FUM)
3- Associate Professor of Department of Persian Language and Literature in University of sistan and Baluchstsn
4- Professor inDepartment of Persian Language and LiteratureFaculty of Letters and HumanitiesFerdowsi University Of Mashhad (FUM)
Abstract:   (3440 Views)
Oral –formulaic composition (theory) has been originated from Homeric studies in Parry and Lord Works and is widely used in most languages. In the field of folk prose texts of Persian several researches have been conducted, all of which have addressed the issue of general stereotyped propositions. On the basis of these achievements, foreign scholars have considered Persian epic poems, particularly Shāhnameh, as a product of narrative and oral tradition. With a new look at narrative scrolls as oral epic texts, this article in addition to presenting their general propositions, introduces another type of proposition in the form of epic statements in three parts: a) Propositions indicating the beginning or entry to the scene of wrestling c) Propositions indicating the beginning of wrestling and C) Proposals indicating the end of wrestling that are presented and describe the function of each category. The paper concludes by proving that the scrolls and narrators of the manuscripts had in mind a treasure trove of these propositions and used them automatically when they thought of combat. Therefore, one can better understand the narrative structure of the Persian oral epic by using this method and extracting the assertions used in various martial art.
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Article Type: پژوهشی اصیل | Subject: Popular epic literature
Received: 2019/05/21 | Accepted: 2019/07/22 | Published: 2019/11/1

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