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Through the narration of the world of Koosh in an epic genre, Kooshnameh is another opportunity for the readers’ sense of identification and their journey to the world of the story’s hero in a mystical genre. Kooshnameh’s narrative consists of two macrocosms based on the narrative world-making, and a wonderful secret makes a great change to the two worlds of this narration. The art of this secret and mysticism in Kooshnameh is that a. it presents a comprehensive understanding of the final plot of the story; b. it distinguishes the two macrocosms of the story with all the other components; c. it changes the context of the text and provides the grounds for transition from the epic genre to mystical genre; d. it forms a wonderful distinction between the hero of the epic Kooshnameh story and other epic heroes; e. the existence and disclosure of this secret provides the grounds for a sense of identification both for the readers at the time the work was released and the modern readers today. The present study seeks to review the secret of Kooshnameh narration using David Herman’s theory on narrative world-making, Grieg’s theory on traveling to the world of narration and Genette’s theory of narrative time. The dilemma of this narration is finally resolved by the ugly face of Koosh and its change by Pir.