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THE COMPARATIVE STUDY OF FEAR IMAGINATION IN THE STORY OF "BELL-FOOTED GOAT" BY "SOBHI" AND THE WOLF AND SEVEN GOAT-KIDS BY "GRIM BROTHERS"

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 Start Page 145 | End Page 168

Abstract

 The concept of DEATH has always been existent in literature especially the verbal one as a human principle. This matter has been depicted in the various nations' stories in different manners and the reason behind such differences lies not only on the author and creators of such kind of works but also the addressees of these literary writings.This piece intends to examine the subject of "FEAR of DEATH" within one single story with two different narrations. The story of "bell-footed goat" in Persian is from Sobhi version and the German narration of the same story has been compiled and narrated by "Grim Brothers". Not with sanding the many similarities and abundant common points the most important difference between the two versions of this story is the "Death Imagination" or to put it better "the FEAR of the DEATH". Because in the Iranian version of the story the wolf is killed in a hand-to-hand combat. It means that a weak potency succeeds in killing a terrifying and very strong potency but in the other version of the story which is the German one the wolf loses its quarry without any combat and during sleeping and falls into the river and dies without realizing its problem. Both of the stories are ended with neogenesis and DEATHlessness. This means that the goat succeeds in drawing out its children safe and sound from the wolf's stomach. Is it that the reason of human FEAR is his unconscious FEAR of dying?

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