عنوان مقاله [English]
Comparative literature is a flourishing platform for recognizing, evaluating and measuring the thinking and art of the people of different lands who have immortalized their thoughts, feelings and tastes in the form of poetry and stories in the realm of history. A better understanding of these thoughts and emotions will undoubtedly be possible by studying and comparing the tastes and arts of the people of other lands and comparing them. Weiss and Ramin, composed by Fakhreddin Asad Gorgani (poet of the fifth century AH) and the story of Tristan and Isot (by Joseph Badie, French writer of the twentieth century), are among the love and interesting stories. Some of the heroes in these two stories, one belonging to the Parthians and the other to the Celts, have a common moral and psychological spirit. The present article has tried to analyze the heroes of these two stories from the perspective of personality psychology in an analytical-comparative way. The study showed that although there are similarities in the morals and moral characteristics of some of the heroes of these two stories; But the existing differences originate from the spirits, customs, culture of the Parthian and Celtic peoples.