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Gharib Hosseini Z, Jafari H, nourifar H. Examining design structure in Lakki Pachas (tales). LIRE 2022; 19 (77) :41-43
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Story design is a chain of events that adds direction to stories. Not only it determines the order and succession of events, but also an organized set of events connected through cause-and-effect relationships and arranged by a pattern or map. Design has a strong relationship with other elements of a tale. Examining the structure of design in folk tales enhances understanding and perception of the ruling system of tales and their attractions. Lakki’s written tales examined in this paper are based on design elements and the types included Pacha (eight tales in one book), Se-Charaki by Jahanshah Azadbakhsh and Lakki legends by Kiomarsh Amiri Kalejoie. The design of the majority of stories was linear and since the manufactured order of events and trends rule the natural order of tales, closed-design was the most popular design in Lakki’s Pachas. The drawbacks of extending Pacha’s design were in the mystery solving part. Magical agents with metaphysical forces solve the protagonist’s problem, while there is no introduction for the presence of the protagonist's supporting character. That is, the protagonist encounters them by accident.
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: Dialect Studies
Received: 2020/12/16 | Accepted: 2021/07/26 | Published: 2022/10/22

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