عنوان مقاله [English]
Love, which represents the deepest kind of connection between human beings, can take on different forms. Accordingly, all human beings in a romantic relationship do not follow the pattern of an "emotional unit" and may sometimes resort to violence and punishment: For example, the myth of Rana in the Gilan region; the emergence of a kind of love and affection at a time when the system of lordship ruled society and that is its unfortunate fate. Here we are going to examine this narrative based on the mythanalyse approach, What are the influential elements in reviewing Rana's love myth? The aim was to study the various dimensions of the narration of Rana myths and its discourse, contextual and hypertextual conditions. Therefore, in order to better understand the mysteries of Rana's narrative, mythanalyse seeks, in addition to studying the text of the narrative, to study the culture and discourses of the work with an emphasis on psychoanalysis, sociology, and mythanalyse. Findings obtained by descriptive-content analysis method, states that, human relationships, especially emotional ones, can reflect the evolutionary state of a society, if a community wants to preserve its indigenous aesthetic identity, has no choice but to know his past and pay attention to local myths like Rana. Because myths are considered as behavioral patterns of people in society and in most cases, their influence is done unconsciously.