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ly S, Nikoubakht N, Bigdeli S B. The comparison and analysis of family in Iranian and Senegalese contemporary novels: (Showhare Ahu khanom and So long a letter). CLRJ 2018; 6 (2) :1-20
URL: http://clrj.modares.ac.ir/article-12-16226-en.html
1- tarbiat modares university department of language and Persian litterature
2- ntarbiat modares university
3- tarbiat modares university
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Literature has a special position in representing society. The novel is a special literary genre and a perfect mirror which reflects and reveals the events, progress, growth and change of the society. Most especially in both countries of Iran and Senegal, this style of writing has been accompanied by the social and cultural changes. Family is the most important and fundamental element of the community. The main role of the story is been played by the family in most contemporary novels. The concept of family plays a key role in most contemporary novels, and the main role of the story is always introduced in the family. On the other hand, the roles that humans take in their families often expresses the realities of the community. Regarding the political and social conditions governing each period, the way writers pay attention to family issues. In this article, we have studied the comparison and analysis of family in Iranian and Senegalese contemporary novels (showhare Aho khanom and so long a letter), in response to these questions, which are these similarities as well as the structural differences of the family in the contemporary novels of these two nations and how they emerged narratively. In addition of studing family in novels, this research is also a kind of comparison between Iranian and Senegalese cultures, and the important works of contemporary writers in these two nations are compared, which can help the develop of comparative literature in both countries.
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Subject: Pathology of Schools and Approaches to Adaptive Literature
Received: 2018/02/21 | Accepted: 2018/09/15 | Published: 2018/09/15

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