April 18, 2024
Mojahed Gholami

Mojahed Gholami

Academic Rank: Assistant professor
Address: Faculty of Literature and Humanities, Persian Gulf University, Bushehr, Iran
Degree: Ph.D in Persian Language and Literature
Phone: 09000000000
Faculty: Faculty of Humanities


Investigating intertextuality in the works of Ahmad Dehghan based on Gerard Genet's view
Type Thesis
داستان جنگ، احمد دهقان، بينامتنيت، ژرار ژنت.
Researchers zahra naqipour (Student) , Zohreh Mallaki (Primary advisor) , Mojahed Gholami (Advisor)


Each text interacts with other texts, and in fact each text is a combination of different texts. This became the basis of a theory that the French critic Julia Kristova called "Intertextuality" in the 1960s and 20th century, and intertextuality in Persian. The intertextual theory proposed by Kristova was developed by theorists such as Gerard Genet during his study of Mikhail Bakhtin's views. The main purpose of this study is to study and introduce intertextual features in the works of Ahmad Dehghan, a prominent author in the field of sustainability and war literature. In this research, the data will be searched in the form of libraries by examining the texts whose statistical population is the works of Ahmad Dehghan. These data are then analyzed based on Gerard Genet's view. In all of his novels, Ahmad Dehghan has used the intertextual approach, in which the degree of use of the intertextual approach is different. The percentage of intertextuality in Ahmad Dehghan's novels is: "Wandering in a stranger's land" 50%, "Journey to 270 degrees" 40%, "Dashtban" 30%, "Four-man battalion" 20%, "Karun Children" 15%, "Last Days" and "I am your son's killer" are 10% each.