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Abbasi H, Hessampour S, moradi M. A Comparative Analysis of Mythos in Aristotle’s Poetics Through Jamshid’s Tale of Shahnama and the Play of Oedipus Tyrannus. CLRJ 2022; 9 (4) :1-27
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1- PhD Candidate in Department of Persian Language and Literature, Faculty of Letters and Humanities, University of Shiraz, Iran
2- Professor in Department of Persian Language and Literature, Faculty of Letters and Humanities, University of Shiraz, Iran
3- Associate Professor in Department of Persian Language and Literature, Faculty of Letters and Humanities, University of Shiraz, Iran , shahraz57@yahoo.com
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According to the opinion of Aristotle, mythos or tragic plot has some aspects analyzed and compared with utilizing documents on an analytical-descriptive method based on the elements through the tale of Jamshid and the play of Oedipus Tyrannus. The most important results including: the three aspects of the mythos of tale – transformation and recognition and catastrophe – are in descriptive category shaped with the morality of protagonist and in the case of the play it should be shown in two types of mixed – on transformation and recognition – and grievous – on catastrophe –. The complexity of mythos that is established of solidarity and its relation to transformation and recognition, indicates the tale in a simple mythos – because of rupture of actions and absence of recognition – and the play in compound one – on solidarity with continuity of dependent actions and transformation and recognition –. The tale is not regarded in a complete mythos; because of its affiliation to the out; but the play conversely is embedded in complete one. Referring the tale to an epic, which is narrated, prohibits to show it as the play which based on visual actions. Both of two works have the surprising conditions of mythos; hence everything has two sides of reasonability and unpredictability. The end of both composed in the way dedicated from their own. The referential myths are about the upper class human being and it is obviously shown the next imitative ones were patterned on them.
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