عنوان مقاله [English]
The sequence of story events is more or less reasonably foreseeable from its very immergence. Barely does a reader enter a story world, while precluding any short-term outlook. Whatever the readerly oriented horizons of expectations might be, they should nonetheless be textually legitimized through morphemics, which is an autotelic constituent analysis of a narrative text in order to deduce thematic components of the story behind it. Story reading, in this futuristic sense, can be defined as a function of some utopian hermeneutics, both arousing from the reader's perfigurated vision, and reconfiguring it at the same time. Inquiring into such a regressive progression along with morphemic analysis of a number of Persian modern sample stories, this article aims to explore the dialectics of reading.