عنوان مقاله [English]
The purpose of this research is to compare the story of good and evil in the military seventh with the narration of its rewriting in Bakhtiari culture, to show that the type of attitude towards the child and his expectations in this culture had an effect on the rewrite. Accordingly, the narrative elements in these two stories, such as start, suspension, knitting, ending, personality, angle of view, time and place were investigated. The results of the research show that, according to Bakhtiari culture and attitude towards children, changes It was created in rehearsal tale. Family acceptance and trust in others, including values and hurricanes that have to be learned in the Bakhtiari culture, children, and emphasized in the rewritten story. The negative attitude to violence has made the story a happy ending. Inappropriate knowledge of the theme of love for children has led to a very brief account of this scene in the rewritten story. The importance of the children's biological experience and the principle of conceptualization has changed the time and place of the story into the Bakhtiari nomadic zone, and changes have been made in the age and role of the characters, or the attention given to the issue that, in the Bakhtiari culture, children should In solving life problems, characters play an active role in Bakhtiari's narrative, contrary to the deterministic attitude in military narrative.