عنوان مقاله [English]
The story, as the most stable and well-known method for transferring human resources, has a secret in the past that has accompanied human beings for many hours and added to their knowledge, which of course shows the importance of the place of the story among human beings. Because the Qur'an is a miracle, it has many words to present to human beings, and because it was sent to human beings by God Almighty, it has given its advice in the form of stories, in addition to being direct, so that human beings do not think that this book is just It has reached him for commanding and forbidding. Of course, the Qur'an is a heavenly messenger and it is not possible to compare it with human literature. But in order to gain relative knowledge, an attempt has been made to make a comparison between the stories of the Qur'an and the terminology of fiction. Therefore, this article tries to examine the Holy Quran and some of its stories from this perspective. The stories of the Holy Quran can be processed from many perspectives, one of the most important of which is their adaptation to the new methods of storytelling in the world. In one division, fiction stories are divided into long stories, short stories, and short stories in terms of writing volume, which this article attempts to adapt to a sizeable approach. The findings of this study show that the stories in the Holy Quran in terms of writing volume, personality, choice of starting methods for the story, and conclusion are compatible with the methods of fiction writing in the world. Perhaps in the future, the influence of the Qur'anic storytelling style on the common storytelling methods in the world can also be examined. In this article, we have selected some important Quranic stories and looked at the terminology of storytelling.
The results of this study show that the Qur'an, in terms of the volume of story writing, has a variety of common stories in the world of storytelling, and characterization is seen correctly in them and for each story, a specific beginning and end is considered. It is a sign of the constant up-to-dateness of this divine miracle for human beings, and this is an objective manifestation of looking indigenous and thinking universally.
This article has been written in a library method and in a descriptive-analytical manner.