Gündüzöz, Soner
January 2004
Ekev Academic Review;WInter2004, Vol. 8 Issue 18, p61
Academic Journal
The aim of this article is to explain the paradigmatic structure of some episodes by means of Yusuf episode. In Paradigmatic structure, the expressions are like the layers of an onion. The episodes of the expressions are symmetric to each other. The central episode is the most complex part in the main part of the events. In the expression of the paradigmatic structure, the objects and the persons are also symmetric to each other.


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