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seyfi T, salajegheh M. Contrastive Analysis on the Components of Magic Realism in the Novel of Alrajolbaeed by Foad Takarli and Tuba and the Meaning of Night by Shahrnoush Parsifar. CLRJ 2022; 10 (2) :152-176
URL: http://clrj.modares.ac.ir/article-12-56581-en.html
1- Assistant Professor, Department of Arabic Language and Literature, Shahid Beheshti University.Tehran, Iran , t_seyfi@sbu.ac.ir
2- Master of Arabic literature
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Magic realism is referred to a new type of fiction erasure in which the writer skillfully mixes elements  such as illusion and imagination with real events,  so that the unreal  character will resemble  the  real and natural ones for the readers. Alrajaolbaeed, written by Foad Takarli, and Tuba and the Meaning of Night, written by Shahrnoush Parsipour, the Iranian contemporary novelist, are two examples of magic realism works. Since these novels are the productions of the fearful ambiance between Iraq and Iran, their writers have mixed the reality with imagination and eliminated the border in between, choosing magic realism to express their attitude. Thus, the present study borrowed an analytical-descriptive method to scrutinize the magic components in these novels. It aimed to introduce two prominent works of fiction literature of Iraq and Iran. The skill and techniques used in these novels represented concepts and purposes by combining the imaginary components with the outside realities. The finding of this research indicate that Takarli and Parsipur   have used the components of magic realism in these novels along with their imaginative power and realistic outlook to illustrated the social realities of their society. Through this passion, they have skillfully illustrated their concerns for the reader and presented these events naturally and simply.
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