Document Type : Articles


Assistant Professor of Sciences and Educations of Quran Karim University


Intertextual as one of the most important issues of contemporary literary criticism is a theory that expresses the connection of texts with each other, and finding this relationship can lead the audience to a new reading of texts. Among these texts, the historical novels of Georgi Zidane are the main pioneering contemporary historical novels that have distinguished for the important feature of communication with religious and literary texts. This matter is more accounted when it comes to knowing that he is a Christian writer. Intertextual relations with these novels have been very purposeful and directional, as the author of these stories, by knowing the power of the influence of literary expression and the wisdom, and so on, consciously included them in the content of his stories. By categorizing the species of Intertextual forms in these stories, what is gained is that most of its Intertextual are from a kind of partial negation, and it seems that its reason should be searched in type of audiences of these stories and the purpose of the Georgi Zidane of compilation of these novels.


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