عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
First person plural narrative (“we” narrative) is a style which started one hundred years ago in writing fiction; however, it is only for two decades that critics have come to pay attention to it. In some studies, special features of this type of narrative have been the main focus of concern and, in some others, its practical aspects have been examined. In this article, first we describe the theories of three critics: Uri Margolin, Brian Richardson and Amit Marcus. Then, five short stories of Hooshang Golshiri are analyzed based on these theories. We have tried to examine the applicability of the theories on one hand and to recognize some unknown dimensions of the stories on the other. The result shows that although these theories are useful in text analysis, there are still many unknown aspects in this form of narrative. The result also shows that Golshiri has employed various forms of the “we” narrative in a creative way.