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Story of the Shipwrecked Sailor & Tale of Sinuhe

Story of the Shipwrecked Sailor & Tale of Sinuhe


In this paper we have analyzed the two poems i.e. 'Story of the Shipwrecked Sailor and Tale of Sinhue' with 'The Shanameh by Ferdowsi'.

Story of the shipwrecked sailor

The Story of the Shipwrecked Sailor is a complex work of literature written to be partly based on esoteric knowledge. The author's presentation looks superficial and oral popular style models, the situation, anonymity, and treatment of character, matching the traditional and proverbial wisdom (George¸2004). It is not allegorical in any simple sense. The design of the seventy-four forms of the sun god is encapsulated within the people / oral therapy, while wisdom deviant offerings to the gods are relativized not makes sense when rendered by a god. The main story of the end of things is a myth that is linked to moralize a modest scale, domestic; this couple has parallels in religious texts.

All these meanings are organized in a cyclical manner that exploits the first-person narrative for ironic effect. The text is not didactic in a straightforward manner, but the unifying theme of experience and how they face (George, 2005).

Tale of Sinuhe

The Tale of Sinuhe is set at the time of the death of King Amenemhat I (Sehotepibre), 1908BC, but written about 100 years later, and was popular in ancient Egypt for at least 750 years. It is worth the Compared to other ancient near East literature and the history of Abraham in the book of Genesis in the Bible. The real courtier, Sinuhe, the issue is in Libya to the west, when he learns of the untimely demise of their king. He panics and runs for his life, all too aware that it may also be crushed in the maneuvers of power politics to come. ...
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