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Analogy and Intertextuality in Polish and Persian legends
preprintposted on 2022-01-12, 23:09 authored by Maryam JalaliMaryam Jalali, zahra zandiehzahra zandieh
Legends and folktales are an indispensable part of the literature and culture of any nation. They are reflection of the culture, civilization and customs of every nation, which is part of the literature and history of each country. They have also carried moral, philosophical and national messages since ancient times and their main purpose has been to educate the next generation and to transmit cultural and national concepts. This article tries to analyze two cultures by focusing on their legends and folktales based on their literary and historical background.
Declaration of conflicts of interestliterary criticism, legends and folktales
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Lead author countryIran
Lead author job rolePractitioner/Professional
Lead author institutionShahid Beheshti University
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