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Bagheri Mazraeh M, Modarreszadeh A, Heydari F. The Sociological criticism of a short story collection "The leopards who have run with me" by Brjan Najdi. LIRE 2020; 17 (70) :41-65
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This research is going to review short story named "The leopards who have run with me" written by Bijan Najdi, based on sociological criticism by Lucien Goldmann's genetic structuralism method. With regard to the fact that intended research  field of here is social realistic novel, this articl is going to deal with the unrealistic short story in a  descriptive-analytical way then review it’s capable for sociological criticism. In this method explores the correspondence between the general structures of the work and the social structures in which the story develops. The results of the of this article show that such a critical method, bears the necessary instrumentation for analyzing and interpreting short story and Najdi was not negligent about the social issues beside making poetic sphere for his stories and the form and content of his book are shaped by the structures of society. By creating implication, de indirectly has referred to social harms especially modernity invasion into Iran's society after the war and the mechanization consequencies for societies in current century.
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: Contemporary Literature/ Story / Novel
Received: 2020/07/1 | Accepted: 2021/02/17 | Published: 2020/05/20

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