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Narrative as the interaction of literary text elements is a focal point in the literary theory. Narratology deals with the various manners of narrating events, as well as the analysis of the narrative literature such as novel, short story and epic. A deep understanding of narration can be a help to the critic to analyse the story and its elements; meanwhile it helps the writer to be more creative. Researchers, through narratology, discover the semiotic interrelations in the text.
This article intends, through focusing on three short stories of Nâder Ebrâhimi entitled "A House Belonged to Night", "Curse", and "Sound that Echoes", to provide the reader with a better interpretation of the text which is hardly attained by a hypothetical reading.