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Kalantari M, Ibnorrasool S M R, Hassanalian S. The reflection of invincible allegory of joined wood In Arabic and Persian literature. JCSFA. 2019; 4 (6) :183-209
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Allegorical stories indicate the originality and antiquity of the literature of each nation.One of these stories is the report of "the recommendation of father to the solidarity of children with the allegory of their bodily strength in breaking the connected woods”.The aim of this project is to show the verse and prose clues of this story in arabic and persian literature and after the retelling and comparison of each sources, the plot of the story is described and identified in each narratives with a structural view to find out to what extent the narratives were faithful to the first quotations of the story.
 The description and analyses are other similar and different aspects of these narratives have been also done in detail.
The most important result of this study which was conducted based on comparison- comparative method explained that the message of all narratives are similar and is "invitation to solidarity and the phrase invitation to silidarity and integration and the avoidance of division". However, the plot of the story is not the same in persian and arabic sources. Furthermore, the oldest source of this story in arabic literature is a book called "Vasaya Almolouk" and in persian literature "Rahatolsodor".
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Received: 2019/08/27 | Accepted: 2020/08/16 | Published: 2020/10/21

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