عنوان مقاله [English]
Persian literary texts from the very beginning have been closely related to history and historical studies. In the traditional and modern ways, attention has always been paid to this relationship. But since the discussion of literature and history has originated for the first time in Western votes and based on our current knowledge of ancient Greece. One of the oldest writings in which the relationship between literature and history is discussed is Aristotle's poetry book. According to his views that dominated Western thinking and thinking for centuries, from a sociocultural point of view, history and literature were always considered to be two different things, and there was a duality between them. In the present article, by analyzing Aristotle's votes, the main reason was the separation of these two categories. It explains how the traditional approach has introduced history and literature as two independent parts. Then, we have explained the thoughts of modern thinkers about literary criticism in rejecting the distinction between history and literature. Our survey results show that in a modern approach, this relationship is in an interactive and systematic framework. This explains the ground for the main purpose of this article, which is to emphasize the nature of interdisciplinary literature and history. Also, in the final section of this article, in line with the theory of linking literature with history, the intermediary circles and their links in the historical texts of the Persian language language have been explained.