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Journal:   LITERARY RESEARCH   WINTER 2007 , Volume 4 , Number 14; Page(s) 31 To 52.
 
Paper: 

ONE STORY AND FOUR NARRATIONS COMPARISON OF THE STORY "BAHRAM-E-GOOR IN HUNTING GROUND" IN FOUR VERSIFIED STORY

 
 
Author(s):  ZOU ALFAGHARI H.*
 
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Abstract: 

One of the stories of Nezami's Haft Peykar is named Bahram Goor and his female slave "Fetneh" in hunting-ground. Nezami has extracted this story from very simple, short, schema-scheme and temporal Ferdowsi's narration and developed it and has added the second part to it. After Nezami, Amir Khosro Dehlavi (752-651) has mentioned this story in Hasht Behesht and Abdi Beyk Navidi Shirazi (988-921) has brought it in Haft Akhtar. Both of them are the imitation from Nezami's Haft Peykar. Amir Khosro has brought the middle part of story with little changes in comparison with Nezami narration and Abdi Beyk has added the range of changes.

By comparing and analyzing of these Four Narrations, we find out that Nezami's skill about narrative elements, motifs and moral, mental aspects has preference over the other narrations.

This comparison has been done with the view of the narrative structure not verbal aspects and expressive, stylistic devices. At the end of this article, for example, we only narrate the description of female slave from Four Narrations, so that the reader compares oneself.
In the beginning of the paper, not only do we introduce four works and reports of Four Narrations, but also present the narrative motifs, and consider the aspects of similarity and difference of narrations with the use of a chart.

 
Keyword(s): BAHRAM GOOR, SHAHNAMEH, HAFT PEYKAR, HASHT BEHESHT, HAFT AKHTAR, COMPARISON, MOTIF, MORPHOLOGY
 
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