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Analysis of Romance in Beighami's Darabnameh
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For centuries, storytellers and scops recited epics and national, tribal, historical, and religious stories for people, through musical speeches. Some of these narrators wrote down what they recited, and some others dictated them for scribes to be recorded. Some kings and lords also had scops in their courts to recite the stories to scribes. One of the old, oral stories of Persian literature that has been written down is Darabnameh by Mohammad Beighami. It is a long epic-love story and a sample from Persian flok literature, dealing with the victories of Firouz Shah, son of Darab. Since understanding the genre of work contributes to the understanding of the work itself, the authors of the present study have provided evidences, based on which, Darabnameh could be included in the genre of romance.
Keywords: Darabnameh, Beighami, Literary genre, Romance.
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Analysis of Romance in Beighami's Darabnameh. 3 2017; 2 (1) :131-148
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Volume 2, Issue 1 (12-2017) Back to browse issues page
فصلنامه مطالعات نظریه و انواع ادبی Journal of Studies on Literary Theory and Genres
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