عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
Kazim Tina is one of the first writers in Iran whose earliest works were published in 1320 (1941). Those of his works that are addressed in this study were published in decades of 1340, 1350 (1960, 1970) when the first works of postmodernism were just being published in the other parts of the world. At that time in Iran, nobody paid much attention to his works since those works were quite different from modernism and too weird for that time. And now they are going to be forgotten. In this paper, it has been shown that his works include the most important characteristics of postmodernism in a premature and spontaneous way. Some of those characteristics are the significance of ontological theme, incoherence and absence of plot, revelation of novel techniques, short circuit, indeterminacy, ambiguity, contradiction, chaotic setting, intertextuality, rebellious characters, and unification of characters. In this study, these characteristics are examined in some of Tina's short stories which apparently show the postmodern nature of these works.