An analytical study on one of the dramatic rituals of Komeijan inhabitants in Iran under the light of Anthropological hypotheses and Aristotelian dramatic pattern

@inproceedings{Aref2010AnAS,
  title={An analytical study on one of the dramatic rituals of Komeijan inhabitants in Iran under the light of Anthropological hypotheses and Aristotelian dramatic pattern},
  author={Mohammad Aref and Hojatollah Farahani},
  year={2010}
}
This paper is an analysis of whooping-cough, one of Iranian pre-Islamic rituals that functions as a way of defending people against evil. The data collection derived from the three year anthropologic study of the researcher on drama done within 67 villages of Komeijan region in Markazi province, Iran. The methods and materials in this case were classic literature, Aristotelian dramatic pattern and anthropological approach to drama. The study showed that whooping-cough has done just in Komeijan… CONTINUE READING

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