عنوان مقاله [English]
Tehran, city without a sky, novel can be considered one of the most important socio-political novels which can be studied in different approaches. One of the approaches is Bakhtin's polyphonic theory which discusses the indicators of dialogue and polyphony in a literary work. Mikhail Bakhtin is one of the greatest critics and theorists of Russia who expresses dialogic reading in the genre of the novel in the dialogical principle. In present research, while introducing the novel of "Tehran, the city without a sky" and expressing the fundamentals of Bakhtin's theory, we have considered the compatibility level of this theory with the novel and have examined cases in the novel in terms of qualitative analysis which as a result "Tehran, the city without a sky"has been introduced as a Polyphony novel. The research's achievements depict that while the author's voice blends with the voices of characters, but the existence of other components such as stylization, controversy, parody, voice of words, and compound dialogue make the novel a part of the polyphony novels.