A Comparative Study of the Resistance Components in War Novels: Based on Novels from the Wars of Iran, Vietnam, Ireland, Palestine, and World War II
گنج یاه نامر رد یرادياپ یاه هفلؤم یقیبطت یسررب ،مانتيو ،ناريا یاه گنج زا یياه نامر رب هیکت اب) (مود یناهج گنج و نیطسلف ،دنلريا
The present study was conducted to answer this question: How the representation of resistance literature in Iranian and non-Iranian novels is and whether there are similarities or differences in these representations in the novels. There are so many books that have been published in this area. In this article, eight novels from several wars have been selected: (1) Hidden Crescent by Ali Asghar Shirzadi about Iran-Iraq War; (2) Resurrection Machine Chess by Habib Ahmadzadeh about Iran-Iraq War; (3) Umm Saʻd by Ghassan Kanafani about the Palestinian struggles; (4) London, July 13 by Käthe Recheis on the Republican Irish Army’s struggles; (5) Bao Nine’s Sorrow of War about the Vietnam war; three World War II novels, (6) Far from Homeland by Imaran Kasumcf, (7) Rose Francis by Jean Lafitte, and (8) Angel Became Silence by Heinrich Theodor Böll. In this study, at first the resistance components were first extracted and reviewed in eight novels, and then the components that were common to most of these novels were reviewed and adapted as resistance components. The results show that the representation of resistance has the highest frequency in the novels of Umm Saʻd, Rose Francis, Far from Homeland and then in Iranian and Palestinian novels. Additionally, the presence of women is also very high in the afore-mentioned three novels and Sorrow of War. This presence is also very visible in the stories of Rose Francis and Umm Saʻd.
همدقم . Ⅰ
گنج و تایبدا . Ⅱ
اه نامر ۀسياقم . Ⅲ
یریگ هجیتن . Ⅳ