عنوان مقاله [English]
The most effective way of expressing and conveying concepts and ideas is to narrate and portray events in the form of a "story" that has several purposes. As one of the most important ways of inducing educational or historical concepts in the light of semiotics, the use of artistic or word-based techniques of narrative discourse is narrative discourse. The arrangement of the elements of a story in the form of art is an important tool for conveying ideas and signs to others. In this regard, this study analyzes the elements of the story of the flood of Noah (AS), which is one of the common stories between the two books of the Torah and the quran, by the method of comparative micro-analysis, and by using partial methods of semiotic-cognitive knowledge , Has analyzed it. The present study seeks to answer the following questions: 1- What are the elements of the story of Noah's Storm in the narration of the Torah (Genesis Journey) and the Qur'an (Surah Hood)? 2. What are the similarities and differences between the artistic structure of this story in the two narratives mentioned? Which narrative is more engaging, effective, guided and exemplary? There has been no similar research in this area so far. The result of the study of the subject under discussion is that: The cause-and-effect relationship of the 'pirang' constitutes both narratives which, in the Torah narrative, are based on the decision to destroy human beings due to regret of creation (cause) and the coming of the doom of the flood (consequence). ) And in the Qur'anic narrative is based on the disrespectful behavior of the people of Noah (as) to the doctrine (cause) and the coming of doom (consequence). Accordingly, both narratives are common at the consequence stage, but there is a profound difference between the two at the stage of the cause of the doom. The angle of view in the Torah narrative is in the unknown and in the Qur'an as a whole. The characters of the story, in the Torah narrative, are mostly based on natural features such as: age, wine, etc. Noah, but in the narration of the Qur'an beyond the various characters of the story, the guiding aims pursued. These goals appear to be expressed in characters such as Noah, Noah's people, and Noah's family. The doom-to-do action is a common occurrence in two stories that take place because of human disobedience.
The purely one-sided and varied conversations in the story of Noah (AS), according to the Torah narrative, have been unattractive. In contrast, the varied conversations in the Qur'anic narrative of the story of Noah (AS) have been a factor in making it attractive. The timing of both narratives is linear; but in the Qur'anic narrative it is generally linear; but in the Torah narrative it is linear. The mountain is mentioned in both narratives of the place of the story, but the spatial range is introduced in the global Torah narrative, but the Qur'anic narration is limited to a particular region. In the story of the flood of Prophet Noah, each of the features of the story reflects a specific educational purpose that in the Torah, the worship aspect of this purpose was achieved only for Noah (AS), but in the Qur'an, besides Noah (AS) Each of the characters in the story pursue a specific educational goal that ultimately fulfills the intended purpose of the Qur'an.