عنوان مقاله [English]
Folk tales are one of the genres of pulp fiction. In this regard, the legend of the girl Julah, is one of the legends of the people of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari in Persian a common speech in the village of Gishangan, which has not been recorded and analyzed with this narration. In this article, the author introduces and reports the complete myth, and explores it from the perspective of the elements of the story and the myth. Finally, he examines it based on the morphological pattern of the stories (Propp's pattern). The research method in this article is descriptive-analytical (content analysis) and the method of data collection is field type. This myth is strong in terms of the elements of the story; Actions, like most myths, are external, varied, and different; The viewpoint is the third person singular and the narrator is the omniscient; Characters are varied, but often anonymous; Finally, the Chinese introduction, comlexing, apex, joining, and descent are briefly arranged. The ground for breaking the habit is strong in it. Coincidence and destiny are well visible, and one of its main themes is destiny. The dual confrontations are depicted in the form of the king and the poor, the wicked and the benevolent, the liar and the truthful. Events, while compact, like many legends, have independence, and the similarities of the themes in this myth occur in the form of the presence of Simorgh, demon, demon’s dream, turning to stone, disappearing, amazing medicine, and so on. This myth is also examined and characterized according to Propp's model, which often has its own functions.