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Taghavi Fardoud Z. Representation of the Iranian architectural space through the French imagination, relying on the geocriticism. CLRJ 2017; 5 (3) :1-27
URL: http://clrj.modares.ac.ir/article-12-2484-en.html
Dr. Zahra Taghavi Fardoud Educated in French language and literature, Department of French language,Central Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran
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Since the literary language disrupts mimetic and common framework, the relationship between imagination and reality should be featured. The richness of imaginative representations is also in the light of the literary representation. The literary representation of a place creates another place in the mind and some non-visible virtual spaces are activated. Figures of speech show the literary characteristics of architecture, as well as dialectical relationship between real and imaginary architectural space. So the vocabulary of emotion and the experience of the "I" of several French authors which are selected from the eighteenth century onwards, faced with Iran's architectural spaces will be studied; because, through the different perceptions of subjects, these spaces expand in the literary world. Also, the entrance of time into the world of discourse, cause confusion with the place and the production of meaning.The specification of the relationship between the architecture and the subject, involves examining the space-time architecture in the works of the selected authors. Thus, the need to strive to preserve aesthetic beauty is highlighted, and the plan for the reconstruction of some architectural spaces is to be obtained beyond this reading. This study is aimed at building a symbolic network of Iranian architectural space. Explore of beyond the symbolic architectural spaces reveals the authors' personal myth, and it brings a new identity to the world of work and the architectural spaces in which it flows. Such a study requires a reliance on geocriticism and documentary method, with descriptive-analytic processing.
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Article Type: Independent | Subject: Pathology of Schools and Approaches to Adaptive Literature
Received: 2016/04/3 | Accepted: 2017/06/17 | Published: 2017/11/22

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