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|Title:||Quand les amoureux s'en vont|
|Publisher:||Padova, Studio Editoriale Gordini|
|Abstract:||The study of the various "departures in journey" within the framework of a couple (man/woman) leads towards two results ; 1. to reveal the defects of a marriage and to provoke the separation in order to form a better couple (Šahriyār et Šāhzāman; Macrūf the Cobbler); 2. when it is a sterile couple (two brothers), to allow the constitution of a fertile couple where the separation is henceforth not acceptable and where the partners (especially the man) have to assume their duty and their paternity (The two Viziers). In particular, the transformation of a narrative of the folklore in mystic narrative can be understood as the qualification of a certain category of women (converted Christians) in the highest distinctions with God and, all the more, with the men, whose partners of road (towards God) they can become. In every case, the departure in journey within the framework of a couple (man/woman or man /man) allows to clean up the situation. Not in a direct way, but by its consequences, sypplying the hero with the occasion of a new start in life.|
|Appears in Collections:||Annali di Ca' Foscari. Serie orientale|
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