Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose
Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose شماره 50

volume Number : 13
number In Volume : 4
issue Number : 50

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Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose
volume Number 13، number In Volume 4، ، issue Number 50

The effect of Dehkhoda on satire style Reza Ganjei

Mohammad Keshavarz , Farhad Doroudgarian (Author in Charge), Behnaz Alipour Gaskari , Ali Pedram Mirzaei

One of the pioneers of contemporary Iranian satire is the style writer Ali Akbord Khodha, who has always been seen as a satirist by many of his comic strips. Reza Ganjeei, founder of Babashmal Magazine is one of the lesser known and successful Iranian satirists whose style of writing is heavily influenced by Dehkhoda"s satirical style. The subject of this paper is a comparative study of Dehkhoda and Ganji"s humorous style through the comparison of two "nonsense" and "heartache" humor columns in the four axes of linguistic, structural, humorous, and thematic questions to answer this question. To what extent has Ganjee been influenced by the style of God in writing his humorous articles? By comparing a number of articles by these two authors, it was concluded that the closet and Dehkhoda styles were characterized by linguistic features (especially simple and folk-language proverbs), structural features, humorous techniques (especially reversal, introduction). Innovative and ...) and in terms of the content of the works, they are remarkably similar. There are, of course, differences in each of these areas, especially in terms of narrative structure and some of the satirical techniques, in the writings of the two authors.

Charand o Parand , Babashamal , Dehkhoda , Reza Ganjeei , Press Satire

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