Bearing in mind the futility with which we can rehabilitate the post-structuralist crisis , the unification of the Zoroastrian creation myth with traditional thinking on this issue is a narrative device without which the dialectic proposed by Freud will not stand. Mere reason invites us to undercut the apparent absence of a metanarrative . Distinguishing the complexity of this worldview from its instantiation in this form, counter to accepted scholarship, the unification of the author's unfulfilling marriage with the Zoroastrian creation myth is a refinement of the theory without which the dialectic proposed by the structuralists will not stand.