Postmodernism as Style: Quasi-components in Persian Classic Literature

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Postmodern literature is one of the main subsets of postmodernism that has been affected from this situation in North America. In the past two decades, postmodern literature has been formed in Iran and known as the dominant style. Whenever a literary genre of a culture enters into another culture, if has been not exist previous contexts of the genre existence, can't forms such as effective and durable and does not remember for a long time. Interest to postmodernism is growing in Persian literature and According to it, has been created various styles of postmodern fiction, postmodern poetry, postmodern sonnets, and... Growing interest to postmodernism is rooted in classical Persian literature; as the impact of lyrical literary is obvious on modern Persian literature and one of the key factors it's success, root of many of the characteristics of postmodern literature Should be probed in the its classical forms. Features such as "pastiche, vicious circle, metafiction, parody, play with language and Dadaism", that are characteristic of postmodern works, are rooted in classical Persian literature and this factor, is the reason of growth of postmodernism in Persian literature.
Journal of Research Journal of Literacy Schools, Volume:3 Issue: 7, 2019
82 to 99  
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