عنوان مقاله [English]
The structure of "Diegesis" is obtained by analyzing the time of narration and changing the narrator. The first-person narrator, who is present in the simultaneous narration, after a brief description of the space and characters, entrusts the string of words to the second-person narrator. The second narrator, using a retrospective narrative, narrates a relatively eventful story. The choice of this form, while leading to a more intensive mention of events, also helps to create far-reaching and Vraisemblance. This method cannot be called a kind of "metalepsis"; because although the narrator changes, each level of the narrative remains in place and does not enter another realm to merge the domains. It is also different from the "frame" structure; because despite being nested, it does not contain separate sub-stories, and the sub-narratives all serve a storyline. In the first step of this research, the identification and description of the types of narration structure have been considered and in the second step, the reasons for choosing this structure and its functions have been investigated. The findings show that the popularity of the society and the personal motivations of the authors were the main reasons for choosing this narrative stratification. Sometimes the authors' attempts to make the work bilingual or polyphonic and change the focus of the narrative have been successful and sometimes unsuccessful.