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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
As one of the most important global trends in contemporary fiction, "Magic Realism" is a relatively new genre in which the author makes use of such elements as "fantasy" and "supernatural elements" in the context of imagination to masterfully make the characters seem true to life and believable to the reader. Bachtyar Ali, a well-known Kurdish writer and literary theorist often creates his works in this mode. The Last pomegranate of the world, one of his most successful novels, has been translated into several languages including Farsi. This paper is a case study attempt to investigate such elements of magic realism as fantasy, peaceful coexistence, myth, and duality in The Last Pomegranate of the World using an inductive-analytical method, relying on library data and documents. With this new reading perspective t, not only is a more clear interpretation of the novel presented through the elements of magic realism but also a more highlighted use of myth than the other elements of magic realism is discovered through the novel.