عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Mikhail Bakhtin presented "dialogism" and
"polyphony" as remarkable components of modern literary novels. Since
then, many literary critics including Kristeva and Genette began to expand, and
offer a variety of presentations and configurations of these notions. Today, we
can consider "intertextuality" as a common ground between the
different interpretations of the theories of Bakhtine, Kristeva and Genette.
Also, we can represent an inherent and holistic explanation of the concepts of
"dialogism" and "polyphony" in a literary text.
In contemporary Persian literature, the works of Simin Daneshvar is envisaged
among the few literary creations that contain dialogism and its corollaries.
Hence, in this paper, first, we aim to offer a detailed explanation of what
dialogism is, and second, we will try to show how we can consider Daneshvar's Wandering
Island as a dialogic literary text.