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  • publication . Article . 2016
    Open Access Persian
    Authors:
    Zohreh Najafi;
    Publisher: University of Isfahan

    Abstract Narratology is a brunch of semiology which considers any kind of narrative, literary or non literary, verbal or visual, story or non story and after this specifies the plot. One of the most important subjects in narratology is the interpretation of textual cods...

  • publication . Article . 2013
    Open Access Persian
    Authors:
    Leila Shamani; Abdollah Hasanzadeh Mir Ali;
    Publisher: University of Isfahan

     Abstract One of the important methods of defamiliarization is the order according to formalist /association of the words in the verse, whose foundation is rhythm and music of phonemes and the factors personify each word. Literal works, by the we get music element bene...

  • publication . Article . 2019
    Open Access Persian
    Authors:
    Hafez Hatami; Seyyedeh Elham Jazayeri;
    Persistent Identifiers
    Publisher: University of Isfahan

    Accurate reading, morphology and analysis of literary works from the point of view of systematic functional linguistics and functional stylistics of <em>Michael</em> <em>Halliday</em> is one of the most prominent and effective approaches to understanding and explaining ...

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  • publication . Article . 2015
    Open Access Persian
    Authors:
    Ahmad Goli; Vida Dastmalchi;
    Publisher: University of Isfahan

    Abstract "Shath" because of having extended relationship with spiritual experiences, unconsciousness, language and literature, religion and religious experiences, society and cultural circumstances often regarded as complex and sometimes meaningless matters confronting ...

  • publication . Article . 2018
    Open Access Persian
    Authors:
    Afsaneh Darmiani; Hossein Aghahosaini;
    Persistent Identifiers
    Publisher: University of Isfahan

    Abstract Sometimes poets and writers use ancient words and phrases in Persian language and literature to express their emotions and meanings (ancientism); sometimes they use different techniques to create novel ideas on the creation of words and combinations. In other w...

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  • publication . Article . 2010
    Open Access Persian
    Authors:
    Hasan Zolfaghari;
    Publisher: University of Isfahan

    Abstract   Proverbs along with metaphors, idioms, axioms and expressions are among the materials whose quality and quantity contribute to the enrichment of every language. In this article, the objective is, after defining it, to deal with this lingual category in two le...

  • publication . Article . 2013
    Open Access Persian
    Authors:
    Ghadamzli Sarrami; Mohammad Moghiseh;
    Publisher: University of Isfahan

     Abstract It is concluded from the story that the reader to be briefed on the writer that he is fully aware of the education system process, furthermore it signifies that the inefficiency and distortion virtually experienced in the field of education affect the life cy...

  • publication . Article . 2012
    Open Access Persian
    Authors:
    Yahya Kardgar; Fatemrh Mahdavi;
    Publisher: University of Isfahan

      Abstract "Mat&#39la" is one of the rhetorical and prosodic works of the seventeenth century in Iran which was written by a literary minister called Razi-al-din Mohammad Ibn Mohammad Shafii Mostofi. He wrote the book by order of Caliph Sultan Mazandarani, one of the S...

  • publication . Article . 2019
    Open Access Persian
    Authors:
    Hamed Norouzi; Mofid Shateri;
    Persistent Identifiers
    Publisher: University of Isfahan

    <strong>Abstract</strong> <br />Ta’zie, in the word, means mourning and to hold mourning ceremony for remembrance of deaths and in term refers to a kind of ritual show based on Karbala event and the martyrdom of Emams and other religious events and historical, mythologi...

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  • publication . Article . 2019
    Open Access Persian
    Authors:
    Raziyeh Hojatizadeh;
    Persistent Identifiers
    Publisher: University of Isfahan

    <strong>Abstract</strong> <br />By Naming their book as "language as Shield and Weapon", Allan and Burridge refer to two pragma-linguistic functions of a text: euphemistic language as shield and dysphemistic language as weapon. Dysphemism includes derogatory, name givin...

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