عنوان مقاله [English]
Intertextuality is a literary approach that allows critics to examine the links between the works in a scientific and systematic ways. The relationship of texts is a topic that was considered by researchers with structuralism. The first time, Kristova used “intertextuality” in textual relations. Later, people studied intertextual issues from different perspectives. One of them was Gerard Genette, who studied the intertextual relations in a broader and more systematic ways with all its variations and called it Hypertextuality. Genette is one of the most important theorists of this approach, which plays a key role in its application. Genette discusses the relationship of a text to each other. One of the intertextual concepts is the explicit and implicit influence of literary texts from other sources. This article uses library and analytical research methods with the aim of establishing a relationship between the intertextual theory of Genette and the types of influences from each other. The subject of his research is Alexander's Sharafnameh as a pre-text to examine and analyze them together based on Genette's views and they try to answer the following questions such as whether the pre-text of Alexander's story Shahnameh had an effect on the back text of Alexander's story Sharafnameh?