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An Esthetic Reading of Siavash's Death in Shahnameh Roeya seyedolshohadai. LIRE 2003; 1 (4) :131-144
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In this article, we are going to esthetically illustrate the death of one of Ferdowsi's epic characters.
   Mythical, historical foundation of the epic drives us to think that is non-interpretable. While the textual characteristic of Shahnameh anecdotes makes the text very interpretable and the textual characteristic of Shahnameh anecdotes makes the text very interpretable, His epic has a paradoxical texture: there are signs like cohesion, systematic, accordance that are original and real. On the other hand, the interpretation doesn't stop and it is severely decontextualizing and meaning making and full of ambiguity. It steadily tries to change its texture and seems non-chronic and non-located.
   Choosing Siavash's death and its esthetical aspects is an effort to state the wonderful characteristic of Ferdowsi's Shahnameh. In spite of having tendency to structure, it has some post-structuralistic features.

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Subject: Classical literature
Received: 2004/06/6 | Accepted: 2004/08/9 | Published: 2004/09/21

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