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Baramaki S. Trans-textual relation of titles in historical prose texts from the early Islamic period to the end of Afsharid. IQBQ. 2015; 6 (5) :73-96
URL: http://journals.modares.ac.ir/article-14-6682-en.html
Ph.D. Candidate in Persian Language and Literature, University of Kharazmi, Tehran, Iran
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Historical texts’ influencing and being influenced by one another have provided special conditions for participation and dialogue among them throughout history, so their title have been also efficient . The titles of historical texts are influential in the creation of their subsequent historical texts’ titles. Therefore, these titles have been in a particular intertextual relationship during their lives.  This research has analyzed the titles of historical texts from the early Islamic period to end of Afsharid period according to Genette theory. The present study seeks to answer this question: what is the intertextual relationship among titles of historical prose books with each other and with text of these books. According to Genette’s theory, title is a paratext that is the entry threshold to text, i.e. in a position that is neither completely independent of the text nor entirely dependent on it. And this position distinguishes it from other parts of the text. Demonstrating Trans-textual relationship of titles of historical prose books in intertextual, arcitextual and Hypertextual types, and the intertextual relationship between titles of historical prose books and their texts and influencinge of titles from the style in which historical prose are written are the main achievements of this article.
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Article Type: Research Paper | Subject: Discourse Analysis|Linguistics|Sémiotique
Received: 2014/05/11 | Accepted: 2014/08/30 | Published: 2015/11/22

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