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 reflection parable and allegorie and its function at thousand and one night

Shokoufeh Mohammadi Raighani, Mohammad Hakimazar(Author in Charge), Hossein Khosravi

Thousand and one nights, including our legendary books and the Islamic world in the field of oral and folk literature, in addition to the range of meaning and content, a wide variety of events, events and various personalities, beautiful testimonies and literary industries, The combination of order and prose ... is an important source for the folk parables and idioms used in everyday interactions and conversations of that era. In this research, the author seeks to extract, categorize, analyze the frequency of types of parables in this book. For this purpose, the parables have been examined from different perspectives such as: narrative and descriptive, content, and orientation of parables, themes and heroes of allegories, Arabic and Persian parables, and the division of parable on Professor Bahman Yar, showing their frequency through the graph. The findings of the research show that 65 percent of the allegories are descriptive and about 72 percent of the parliaments are Persian, as well as more orientation of the parables from the descriptive and normative species, most of the book"s parable are prose, allegory and hero. 71 percent of the allegorical parables are the human type.

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