پژوهش های ادبی و بلاغی; پژوهش; ادبیات; بلاغت;
عنوان مقاله [English]
Myths have a close link with different sciences, especially psychology. A linkage that goes beyond the naming of diseases and is a fully functional aspect for the study of society, thoughts, beliefs, and even political relationships. Shinoda Boolen, a follower of Jung's school, uses the concept of "archetype" as a typographical plan based on the Greek myths, according to which women fall into three groups of behavior: a maiden, a vulnerable, and Charmer. The first group expresses independence and self-respect; the second group representing the traditional roles of the wife, mother and daughter; and in the third group, the goddess of love and beauty is located, which in the direction of self-esteem and autonomy of the goddesses of the first group; and, on the other hand, the third group's relationship. In this paper, based on this classification, two short stories of Simin Daneshvar's works, Anis and Story of the Alley, which featured "Ancient Marriage archetype"(Hera), and "Anima Woman"(Persophone), have been dramatically analyzed. The points of sharing of these two archetypes are relationship and sympathy. In this study, the psychological and social causes of the confirmation and highlighting of these characteristics and their effects are examined.