Narratology of Several Common Allegories in the Works of Sanai, Attar and Maulana, based on the Theory of Gerard Genette
Narratology or grammar of narration is a systematic and coherent approach to the study of the structure of narration, which, by examining the various layers of a literary work, would achieve hidden meanings or meanings beyond the text of that literary work and enhances the comprehension of the text. This research examines the allegory as a type of narrative according to the most coherent narrative rules and regulations that Gerard Genette’s theories hold on five general principles (Order, Duration, Frequency, Mood, and Voice). And afterwards, for example, several of the common allegories of Sanai, Attar and Maulana have been examined in terms of the narrative rules of Gerard Genette. It turns out that in addition to the ambiguity of the allegory, anachronism, speed and acceleration of allegory in the transmission of mystical concepts and its frequency power and repetition in persuading the audience, have played a major role in sustaining the allegory as a mystical favorite literary genre. And in the course of this study, the evolution of the allegory in these three mystics is also revealed.
Article Type:
Research/Original Article
Researches on Mystical Literature (Gawhar-i Guya), Volume:13 Issue:1, 2019
1 - 38  
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