عنوان مقاله [English]
It is through the interplay that the narrative evolves that one has to examine their personalities and actions in binary oppositions. The conceptual structures are meant here and in this research are the dual and contrasting structures that are found throughout the discourse of Persian literature. The present study aims at using the descriptive-analytical method and using documentary-library resources to conceptualize the dual structures of conceptual structures in three works by Houshang Moradi Kermani (Majid Tales, Children The carpet store and you who are not strangers.) And extract three of Rold Dahl's works (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The Wonderful Fox, and World Champion Danny), and then deal with these works. The reason for the two writers' choice was their intellectual and artistic sharing in expressing dual oppositions on different topics in the world. A structuralist study of the works of Houshang Moradi Kermani and Rold Dahl indicates that the poor are struggling to get rid of the situation, but in the end his situation does not change much. The captivity and servitude of the poor are also common features of these works. The rich, offensive, and offensive tone of the wealthy class are other common features of these two authors. Examining the contradictions in these stories suggests that the common consequence of poverty in Iran and the United Kingdom is the forced labor of children and their confrontation with the realities of life.