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haidari M, Alvandifar N. comprative reading of plot and its elements in "Soudabeh and Siavash" tale from Shahnameh and "Anectode of Women's Imposture" from Thousand and One Nights tale. JCSFA 2021; 6 (8) :81-105
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Thousand and One Nights is tales from the language of an informed and literate narrtor which is aware from tales of different nations anf fiction litertures earlier than himself (or herself); such that it is said that there is rarely an story in this book that not to have leaders, derivatives and similarities. One of anectodes of this book is "Anectode of Women's Imposture" which its plot structure has many similarities with "Soudabeh and Siavash" tale in Shahnameh. This research in a comprativemanner, has addressed to this narrative elements and has obtained this conclusion that the plot in these two stories is very close to each other and this similarity of the plot structure in these two stories is related to thier root and background. Present sermon implying that anectode of Women's Imposture from Thousand and One Night book beacause of morphophonemics reasons and similarity and harmony of plot structure of these two stories and writing of Thousand and One Night in periods earlier than emersion of the Siavash tale in Iran, can be another report and narration from Siavash tale that has been narrated in Ferdowsi's Shahnameh
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Received: 2020/05/11 | Accepted: 2021/07/1 | Published: 2021/10/22

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