عنوان مقاله [English]
There are various writings about the blind blindfolded by Sadiq Hedayat. In some of these writings there are some thoughts on the time of the events of this novel, and the historical contradictions in this work have been discussed and sometimes criticized. Referring to one of these criticisms, Guidat emphasized that this work is not a historical novel. Rather, it is a fantasy of history that has been formed in the narrator's mind. The emphasis on guiding his accuracy and obsession with the structure of the novel prevents him from thinking that he has neglected the element of time in this work. The best way to recognize time in this story is to look at the signs in the text. With care in the elements and elements of the building, three time intervals can be identified. Previously, two of these three periods have been introduced in articles. In this essay, with emphasis on the signs of the third period (Safavid period to Qajar), twenty-three "cultural-historical" signs of this period have been retrieved in the text of the Blind Owl. The presence of elements from different historical periods in the blind owl can be another reason for the mental journey of a rude narrator and anger that destroys fragmented historical ruins.