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Volume 17 (2013)
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Review of literary texts
The Typology of the A Portrait of the Artist as A Young Man and You Are Not a Stranger

zahra khosravi zargaz; akbar shayan seresht

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 28 February 2021


  Artist’s novel is one of the major and nearly independent subtypes of bildungsroman novel and a product of the genre’s development and modifications. The current research aims to introduce the novel’s features by focusing on the structural elements of an English novel, A Portrait of ...  Read More

Review of literary texts
Comparative and Inter- theoretical reading of two novels:” close the door” and “The glass city”

razie fani aski; Ali Taslimi; mahmoud Ranjbar

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 12 March 2022


  In this research, one postmodern novel of javad mojabi, a contemporary Iranian writer and of novel of Paul Auster, novelist and contemporary writer, has been comparatively studied. Comparative literature can be considered as Inter- theoretical readings; that is, in addition to the theory of literary ...  Read More

Review of literary texts
A Comparative Study of the Story of the black cloth king of Haft Peikar of Nezami and the Story of Daqhooghi of Masnavi of Molavi

Seyed Morteza Mirhashemi; Akbar Garavand; yosofAli Beiranvand

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 09 July 2022


  Comparative literature is one of the sciences that enables us to better understand the secrets and mysteries of literary works. Nezami is one of the great poets who has had a direct and indirect impact on the minds and language of many Persian poets. The story of the black cloth king of Haft Peikar of ...  Read More

A Comparative Study of “Shohare Ahoo Khanoom” and “Sister Carrie” Novels based on the Literary Creativity

Elaheh Setoodehpour; Mohammadreza Najjarian; Yadollah Jalali Pandari Jalali Pandari

Volume 26, Issue 93 , September 2022, , Pages 123-147


  'Creativity' in comparative literature is the difference between imitating and being influenced, and the creative author is said to be inspired by the others’ work, and nurture what they borrowed from another in the social and cultural construction of their society in a new way. The similarity ...  Read More

A Grandiose Sense of Self-importance: A Study on the Phenomenon of Antagonism and the Discourse of Cultural Otherness in Comparative Arabic Studies between Persian and Arabic Literature

Ali Ganjian Gangian Khenari; Majid Bayati

Volume 26, Issue 91 , March 2022, , Pages 125-152


  The term “تضخیم الأنا” in Arabic is closely related to the concept of narcissism and a sense of self-importance; because putting too much importance in one’s self will lead to narcissism in its highest stages. This article attempts to investigate and analyze this issue as ...  Read More

The Connection between Literature and Music in “Dead Symphony” by Abbas Maroufi

Abdullah Albughobaish; Fatemeh Golbabaee

Volume 25, Issue 87 , April 2021, , Pages 168-192


  Changes in today's world and the disappearance of the common boundaries among the sciences have left a heavy burden on comparative literature. Due to its interdisciplinary nature, this field of knowledge bears the responsibility of making a connection between literature and other arts and sciences, and ...  Read More

A Comparative Study of the Narrative of “Jonathan Livingston Seagull” and the Story of the Birds in Manteq-Al-Tair, Based on the Glaser’s Choice Theory

Ahmad Tamimdari; Shiva DolatAbadi; Shahnaz Ebadati

Volume 23, Issue 81 , February 2020, , Pages 7-38


  Choice theory addresses human behavior by emphasizing accountability in meeting basic needs. The purpose of this paper is to apply this psychological approach to the comparative study of symbolic stories. “Jonathan Livingston Seagull” by Richard Bach (1936) and Manteq-Al-Tair by Attar reveal ...  Read More

Boustan of Saádi and Transtextuality of Genette: A Research on Saadi’s Boustan with Genette’s Approach of Transtextuality from the Perspective of Comparative Literature

Mansour Pirani

Volume 22, Issue 78 , December 2018, , Pages 172-149


  Simultaneous with intertextuality and structuralism, comparative literature was presented with a different approach, and it declared itself an independent discipline. Comparative literature, intertextuality, and transtextuality all "examine the relationship within a text with other text or texts," yet ...  Read More

A Comparative Analysis of Fiction and Epic Features in Shahnameh and Beowulf

Mohammad Alijani; Mohammad Ahi

Volume 21, Issue 73 , December 2017, , Pages 7-28


  Beowulf is the oldest and greatest work of epic literature in England which was composed in old English language. Its major hero`s name is Beowulf. The name of the major hero of Shahnameh is Rostam. As Beowulf and Shahnameh have considerable similarities, especially in their epic parts, a comparison ...  Read More

From Interlecture to Intertextuality: Narratalogy of Ashura Heritage in the Fiction of Mahmud Dowlatabadi

Azin Hossein Zadeh; Katayoon Shahpar Rad

Volume 19, Issue 65 , February 2016, , Pages 101-119

  Literary works have their own origins; each text, while being developed in mind or being jotted down on the paper, is necessarily influenced by relevant preceding texts. This has resulted in the emergence of new concepts such as intertextuality or interlecture in the area of New Criticism. In fiction, ...  Read More

Comparative analysis of “Dolls retail“by Sadeq Chubak and “A Corpse on the Pavement’’ by Saadallah Wannous

Saleh Bek Majid; Fatemeh Bayatfar

Volume 19, Issue 63 , September 2015, , Pages 123-146

  Among Sadegh Chubak's works (Iranian writer) and Saadollah Vannous' works (Syrian play writer), there are many similarities between “dolls retail’’ and “A Corpse on the Pavement’’. In this article, at first the subject and theme of two mentioned works is clearly defined ...  Read More

Comparative Literature in Iran: Emergence and Challenges

MAJID salehbek

Volume 12, Issue 38 , February 2009, , Pages 9-28


  From the viewpoint of French school, comparative literature is a critical study of literature dealing with the examination of literature in two or more different Linguistic, cultural or national groups. The America’s comparative school of literature considers comparative literature to be an inter-field ...  Read More