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Journal:   MYTHO-MYSTIC LITERATURE JOURNAL (PERSIAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE JOURNAL)   fall 2018 , Volume 14 , Number 52 ; Page(s) 95 To 118.

Myth in Folk Tales of Children; A Case Study: Davī dam o Davī dam

Author(s):  HATAMI HAFEZ*, Shokraneh Naqmeh
* Payame Noor University
Myths, as the outdated religions and lifestyles, are present in individual and collective subconscious and have a deep and long-lasting relationship with literature and art. In fact, myth is a non-historical literature that can be seen in oral and written literature, prose and poetry, epics and so on. Children's literature which is rooted in popular culture and folk literature includes songs, folk tales, anecdotes and stories; the trace of myth can be seen in all of these cases. Folk tales, including delicate and entertaining themes with rhythmic prose and poetry, are part of children's literature. By using library-documentation method, the present article tries to analyze the folk tale "Davidam o davidam" (I ran and ran) and its mythical elements. In this way, the relationship between children's literature and myth is shown.
Keyword(s): Children's Literature,Folk Tale,Myth,Davī,dam o Davī,dam,Children’,s Poetry
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