A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE NARRATIVE ELEMENT IN ISFAHAN MOSQUE AND A THOUSAND AND ONE NIGHT STORY

Nezam HAGHIABI, Hassan SAJADZADEH, Ahmad Amin POUR, Hamed HAYATI
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Abstract


Abstract. Iranian art has never been separated from the cultureand this arises a kind of cultural kinship between the various branches of art, . In particular, two architectures and the fictional literature arts are defined in the history of Iran. This paper examines the relationship between narrative element in the story writing of traditional Islamic architecture in this land. The case study  is narrates of the story Thousand and One Nights and narrative elements in the mosque of Isfahan. The research hypothesis is that communication is essential between two categories. After conducting the surveys it was found that narrative elements in the mosque of Isfahan are based on the element in the story Thousand and One Nights. The library and field research method are used in this study .


Keywords


Adaptation, narrative, story, Thousand and One Nights, Isfahan Grand Mosque

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