عنوان مقاله [English]
The stories of the Holy Quran have an excellent, artistic and unique geometric structure and have used narrative elements in an extraordinary way for their guiding and educational purposes. The stories of the Qur'an can be studied and important from different perspectives, including literary, artistic, rhetorical, historical, etc. The present article tries to analyze the structure, content and narrative elements of the story of Adam and Satan in two surahs of Sad and Taha (which are the first surahs of this story in descending order) by descriptive-comparative method. And examines the relationship between the plot of Adam and Satan in the two mentioned chapters from a literary perspective with the main purpose of each of these two chapters. Through this description and comparison, it was obtained that first; The combination of the narrative elements of these two stories, from Surah Sad to Taha, reports a series of historical narratives of the story of Adam and Satan. Secondly; In each of the two stories, in addition to the existence of common and similar elements, there are distinct elements in accordance with the literary purposes of the two suras of Sad and Taha. These elements have given each of the two stories an independent identity and, artistically, free the Qur'an from any repetition in the story.
قرآن کریم، ترجمه طاهری قزوینی.