عنوان مقاله [English]
The translucent world of myths and different techniques for their narration can be a very valuable for the child and adolescent literature. Using a descriptive method of analyzing qualitative content and with a mythological reading, this article tries to study the divergent techniques in the “Six-Thousand-Year-Old Green Man” novel. By diverging the myths, Kalhor has connected the infrastructure and narrative structure of his work to the modern imagination of the teenagers. He was more interested in the epic of Gilgamesh and, in conjunction with it, the myth of Tamuz and Ishtar. With the creation of a human-plant personality and with the help of diverging several mythical characters. this writer has provided the enjoyment of re-reading many of mythical stories about immortality, mortality, dignity, cultural ancestors of the people (collective wisdom of mankind), the perfect man (mandala), humanity, vegetation and the sanctity of plants, duality, blessing, fertility (Goblins of water, the secret of the immortality with plant, bullock) in a mythical place and time.