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دوفصلنامه زبان و ادبيات فارسی 2018, 25(83): 23-42 Back to browse issues page
The Representation of Polyphony in Dr. Noon Loves His Wife More than Mussadiq
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Dr. Noon Loves His Wife More than Mussadiqis a modern political novel written by ShahramRahimian. Focusing on psychological complications of politicians, the novelgivesa different view of 1953 coup d'état in Iran. In this study, relying on Bakhtin’s definition of polyphony,we will draw out its examples from the novel and analyze its functionsthrough a descriptive-analytic method. The question to answer in this article is what features polyphony has and howit is realized inthis text. Therefore this article stresses different features of polyphony such asabrupt shift in perspective, polyglossia among the social classes, the presence of various and opposite characteristics in one fictional character, heteroglossia, and intertextuality. Then, these will be investigated in the novel to support the claim that by providing the reader with varied tools, polyphonic novels lead the audience to a new understanding of the text.
Keywords: Polyphony, Bakhtin, Novel, Dr. Noon Loves his Wife more than Mussadiq, Opposite Characteristics in One Fictional Character, Heteroglossia, Intertexuality.
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The Representation of Polyphony in Dr. Noon Loves His Wife More than Mussadiq. دوفصلنامه زبان و ادبيات فارسی. 2018; 25 (83) :23-42
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