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Karimi F, Hesampour S. When the writer becomes text: Textualised Subject in the short story of “The Ruined Story” written by Aboutorab Khosravi.. LCQ. 2015; 8 (31) :167-183
URL: http://journals.modares.ac.ir/article-29-12337-en.html
1- PhD Student in Persian Language and Literature, University of Shiraz
2- Associate Professor, Department of Persian Language and Literature, the University of, Shiraz
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Abstract Ontological approach to literary texts, is not only an analysis for expressing the literary specifications of the text, but also a way to know the human being better in the society in which the story has taken place. In ontological studies, mainly the behavior of man, as a subject, with the text and with the others are searched. Actually, subjectivitation, means passing through subjectivitation and such a processing will be the basis of the ontological analysis of human being in contemporary philosophy. Applying such an analysis on a certain Persian literary text, the writer of which is well-known as a postmodern writer, may define and clear the above mentioned points. In basis of this research, the subject in postmodern Persian Literature are considered as textual subject. The textualised subject dosn't have a priority identity. Instead, it depends on the position of the textual subject. A decrease in objective specification of the subject and a raise in its subjective specification are the consequences of such a situation. This article deals with the procedure of textualisation ways, specifications of this procedure, and its results according to the content of the short story of “The Ruined Story” written by a Persian writer: Aboutorab Khosravi.
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Article Type: practical | Subject: contemporary Persian fiction
Received: 2015/05/30 | Accepted: 2015/10/6 | Published: 2015/12/22
* Corresponding Author Address: Shiraz

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