عنوان مقاله [English]
Formalist and structuralist studies, in addition to creating a transformation in the study of poetry, created literary knowledge of narrative and introduced the morphological analysis of narration as an important approach. Claude Bramont, a French linguist and narrator, is one of the most prominent structuralist theorists of the narrative, including those who have tried to provide a proper pattern in the morphology of the story. In this research, "War in the Land of Egypt" by Yusuf al-Qa'id (one of Egypt's greatest novelists), feudalism or the ruling kingdom regime of Egypt in 1954. Until 1973 Its creation is based on Claude Burmon's theory, and it is proven that the author created the storyline with a mixture of sequences, including sequential, concatenated, and linked sequences. According to the theory, each sequence contains three possible functions, processes, and outcomes, which these three functions are completely consistent with the story.
Keywords:War in the Land of Egypt, Yusuf al-Qa'id, Morphology, Claude Burmon, sequencing