عنوان مقاله [English]
Types of Fantasy in Two Stories of Samad Behrangi
Uldooz and Talking Doll and Uldooz and Crows
B. Sadrinia* E. Monfaredan**
Samad Behrangi was a children’s literature writer who tried his hand at using fantasy in order to relate the adult world with childhood. Fantasy which has been overlooked in his works acts like a bridge to pass on complex life concepts to children in a more accessible way. In this research, two prominent fantasy stories of Behrangi,Uldooz va Kalaghha (Uldooz and Crows) and Uldooz va arosak sokhangoo (Uldooz and the Talking Doll), are studied. These stories share some similarities in structure and meaning. Behrangi takes advantage of fantasy to increase or reduce the emotional impact of some concepts.
Keywords: Fantasy. Children's story. Samad Behrangi .Uldooz va Kalaghha. Uldooz va arosak sokhangoo.
* Prof. of Persian Language & Literature, firstname.lastname@example.org
** PHD Student. of Persian Language & Literature, email@example.com