Drawing on his particular narrativetechnique as well as a modernist pattern, Abbas Maroufi has created his novel, Peykar-e Farhad. Furthermore, he has incorporated some elements that relate his story to postmodernism. There are several textual voices and historical characters in this novel. Thus, the author has concealed his words between the lines of the story. Where verintertextuality has been employed intentionally, there are references to Maroufi’s favorite poets and writers such as Forough Farrokhzad, Ahmad Shamlu, Sadegh Hedayat, and, most of all, Nezami. In addition to these two components, theuncertainty principle, as a major postmodern element, occupies a fundamental position in this story. In fact, Peykar-e Farhadis based on dream, ambiguity, and uncertainty. Nothing is definite. All the event soccur in adream like space and the narratornarrates events that have not taken place yet.