عنوان مقاله [English]
Intertextuality is the result of the linguistic approach from the field of new critique in literature and it means looking at existing relationships between texts which creates new text and knows any literary text as a way of absorbing and transforming various texts in the past or at the same time. In the twentieth century, "Julia Kristeva", a French critic, presented this theory and was highly regarded by the critics. Although the term has been raised in the new critique, this phenomenon, with all its forms, has long been used in Persian literature, especially in folk literature and the most common form of this phenomenon is the reflection of the function of verses, vocabulary and meanings of the Holy Quran in a wide and different way in folk allusion which can only be achieved to its beauty by matching the theory of intertextuality. The present research is attempting to examine the types of inter-metamorphic Qur'anic verses with folk allusion with descriptive-analytic method, to be emphasized on the unbreakable bond of Islamic culture with Iranian interlaced literature. The results of the research show that folk allusion sometimes consider the words, the themes, the Qur'anic titles, as well as the characters and historical events as its inspiration, and the most intertextuality Quranic form used in the allegories is in the form of parallel negation (Amtsas).