عنوان مقاله [English]
The novel Chess with the Doomsday Machine, written by Habib Ahmadzadeh, represents a war-torn society through a second-person narrative that creates a link between the narrator and the audience while creating distance. The narrator presents a different and sometimes contradictory narrative of the war - from reporting concrete facts to providing a platform for critical thinking about it. This shows how paying attention to the types and dimensions of text narrations and putting them in interaction with each other leads to different and new perceptions. In the readings of the novel Chess with the Doomsday Machine, the attention to detail has led to an individualistic critique of the text and the placement of social issues in the individual sphere. In the present encounter with the text, an attempt is made to examine the socio-cultural situation depicted during the war, considering the entanglement of the narrations and considering the narration of chess with the resurrection machine in dealing with the sub-narrations. And be criticized. This view of the text is, in fact, a call to the audience to reflect on the narrative form of the world by the characters and their actions and reactions to the induced reality and, consequently, on how to reinterpret it.