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 This article is an attempt to review Un dieu un animal written by the French author Jérôme Ferrari, translated into Farsi and published by Cheshmeh Publication in 1396. The main goals of this article are to achieve the distinguishing features of the book as well as examining its strengths and weaknesses. The most prominent features of this book are: the confrontations of the past vs. present, present vs. future, violence vs. kindness, war vs. love, loneliness vs. community, stability vs. instability, staying vs. going, purposefulness vs. loss of purpose, love vs. hatred, tradition vs. modernity, humanity vs. animality, and ultimately life vs. death. An overview of the overall structure of the book and some conclusions based on the topics raised in this paper are also included.
 Long Story , Structure, Narratology, Narrator, Ideology , Conflict and Interaction
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2019/03/17 | Accepted: 2019/03/17 | Published: 2019/03/17

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