عنوان مقاله [English]
Possible worlds is an interdisciplinary subject that can be used as an effective cognitive model to make sense of long-distance fiction; Especially modern stories in which we see the disintegration and collapse of the narrative plot of the stories as well as the mental fragmentation of the fictional characters. To this end, the authors in the present study, using the method of content analysis in a library method, seek to answer the questions of how the types of worlds and the gateways to them are formed in the Malakout story and what functions they will have? The story of the Malakout, though seemingly chaotic, but the globalizations created by the various textual elements cause the chaos and nonsense seen in its superstructure to be abolished and greater coherence and entanglement achieved. It is noteworthy that such possible worlds are created by ourselves as an illustrator and producer narrator or an associative narrator who will have different perceptions of the text. In addition to what makes it possible for modern stories such as the Malakout to enter the possible worlds from the real world of the story, there are characters who have undergone a kind of mental and spiritual transformation and are given a wide range of time and space. In this way, they go beyond the dimension of time and space, which has a real plan, and encounter a kind of extra-temporal and trans-spatial space. It is as a result of such cases that the necessary preparation for entering other worlds is provided. By discovering possible worlds and gateways to the story of the Malakout, ambiguity becomes possible, and all of these seemingly fluid and separate worlds will reach a point of connection, that of becoming a kingdom.