عنوان مقاله [English]
The Simpsonian narrative model, which deals with critical stylistics, relies on linguistic tools to examine a narrator's performance while narrating. This qualitative model allows the researcher to analyze points of view by means of identifying the narrator type and the mood used. The present descriptive-analytical research, which selected this model as its framework, analyzed the role of the narrator in the Noble Surah Ta-ha from temporal, spatial, psychological, and mood perspectives. The fictional capacity of Surah Ta-Ha and addressing narrative details, along with the necessity of conducting linguistic analyses of Qur'anic stories are some of rationales for this study. Based on the research findings and the evaluations carried out, the narrator in this sura is the third person narrative mode who sometimes changes his state to the reflector-mode. Furthermore, the mood of the narrator in this sura is positive and considering the verb types used, the narrator has a comprehensive dominance in terms of the information provided with the audience.