Date of Award
Bachelor of Arts Honours
Faculty of Arts
In 1554, in a dying Medieval Spain a novel was published. The author is still anonymous, and the real reasons for his anonymity are yet to be determined. However, with the birth of this short autobiographical novel an entire literary genre emerged. One question could come to mind when one reads the title of this work, that is: "What do Persian and Spanish literature have in common?" To answer this, and many other similar questions, one must take an in-depth look at the history of both countries. Thus focuses this study in its first chapter. It then continues with the examination of the literature of both countries, to lay out the foundation for a thorough comparison with one another. On the other hand, it is the aim of the author to throw some light on the ever so obscure world of Persian literature, so little known to the Western eye.
Ahmad-Panahi, R. (1992). Un Estudio Comparativo De La Novela Picaresca Espanola Y Su Equivalente Persa. Retrieved from http://ro.ecu.edu.au/theses_hons/420