عنوان مقاله [English]
Comparative literature intends to examine the historical relations between the literary works of two nations by the way of discovering their implicit links and contrasting their artistic, spiritual and contextual functions. Dowlat Abādi in “Missing Soluch”, based on a proper understanding of socio-cultural, historical and political conditions, artistically and realistically depicts the struggle of a community for life. Pearl Buck, from the other side, in “Mother”, presents an impressive picture of Chinese culture and traditions by focusing on incorrect socio-economical relations, and the impoverished and sorrowful life of the hard-working people in this country.
The present article intends to perform a structural and contextual comparison between “Missing Soluch” and “Mother”.