عنوان مقاله [English]
Most of the coordinates of language in Ferdowsi's Shahnameh are based on a central dialogue, along with these speeches, we also encounter the characters. The role of self-reflection is used for lonely conversations and is a narrative that shows the emotional experiences of story characters at different levels of mind and is close to the flow of the mind. This pre-speech stage is an internal quest that the person uses to explain the situations and present their minds. In literature, language and self-reflection are two systems of sign and try to depict the
contents of the mind's personality. Self-reflection in Shahnameh means production and conceptual applications.
In this paper, from the point of view of linking literature with psychology, spontaneity in Shahnameh has been characterized by two qualitative and quantitative research methods, which shows a significant relationship between self-reflection and personality in Ferdowsi's Shahnam. The result is that selfishness in actions such as action, action or confrontation has shown a passive attitude, while the relationship of personality faces with self-reflection is far more effective and clearer. In the analysis of the content, the most authoritative personality of Shahnameh with (23) Beit Rustam and then Siavash (20) Beat and Kikavos (18 bits) are the most authoritative characters.