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shafieioun S. Tazriq, Char andar Char and Nonsense Verse (Study and comparison of literary nonsense movement In Persian and English literature). LCQ. 2011; 4 (15) :166-186
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Parody is one of the literary sub-genres which mocks its main genre. On the basis of value and significance of the main genre and also the structure and nature of parody, it can be considered as an independent genre. Since meaning in literature is one of the main elements and it has a central role in both language and imagination, it is of considerable importance in literary works. Therefore, one of the most important kinds of parody which is called tazriq in Persian literature has been formed in this field. In fact, one of the goals of parody is to entertain the audience and make them laugh, and tazriq satisfies this goal very well. Though there are a few differences, this kind of parody can be found in western literature where it is called nonsense verse. This article tries to compare the main aspects of these two kinds of parody.
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Article Type: Theoretical | Subject: literary genre
Received: 2011/09/17 | Accepted: 2012/03/21 | Published: 2012/03/21

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