عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
Pālangān houses are located on Shahu Mountains so collaboratively that it is difficult to say where the village ends or where the mountainous begin. The rocks have reached the houses as if the arms reach the elbow; they are similar to living limbs of "one" body; consanguineous and interdependent.
This paper describes the boundless companionship and poetic co-existence of the village of Pālangān and Āvihang in a literary language and a poetic narration. It investigates the elaborate joints between the mountains and the village: it depicts the presence of the mountains in the village and the village in the mountains.
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