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طیبی م, اکبری زاده ف. MANIFESTATIONS OF DIALOGISM IN THE NOVELS OF IBRAHIM KONI. AIJH 2014; 21 (1) :81-103
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  Language is the fundamental of meaning and semantic in discourse, a system that is complex more than any other. In other words, a novel is a linguistic phenomenon that is an integration of different styles of speech, heteroglossia and voices where there exist dialogism relationships. Showing peculiarities of different social languages, a novel represents the dialogism relationship in a way that it can make the narratives more understandable because this multiplicity of languages is effective in the layer of discourse.  Likewise, the knowledge of author about literary and non-literary texts is effective in creating inter-textual relationship with previous texts. A review of the novel language, from the view point of critical ‘dialogism’ shows how novelists apply special style, secrets, and phrase. A descriptive - analytical study shows dialogism features in the language of the novels of Ibrahim Koni. In his novels, Koni tries to portray desert and its creatures in a way that makes the desert an absolutely beautiful world with full of emotion. Even, he accords particular language to plants, animals and others desert objects. Further, he uses intertextual relationships between languages of his novel and a variety of other literary, mythological, religious and historical languages and changes the novel language into a tableau of dialogism based on language heterogeneity and ideology of desert creatures.
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Received: 2014/03/15 | Accepted: 2014/09/23 | Published: 2015/03/21

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