عنوان مقاله [English]
The linguistic analysis of the texts which are written in naturalistic style helps to understand the close association of the characters’ living with the structure and functions of the language by which they are speaking. The most important matter in the speech of naturalistic characters is the opposition of the literate and illiterate characters’ languages. In such a kind of naturalistic context, characters, because of social and financial problems are deprived of having education and schooling, and this is reflected in the oral-based speech of them. Sadeq Chubak, the Iranian contemporary so-called naturalist story-writer, in his works is delicately concerned with the miserable, wretched and full of ignorance life of the men who are incapable of providing the essentials of living. Mohammad Mahmoud, in his Ph.D disseratation provides patterns for naturalistic language; in this paper, after outlining those patterns, with the focus on Sang e Sabour, Antari ke Lutiash Morde bud, and Kheymeh shab-bazi, we will analyze the naturalistic language of the works written by Chubak. The purpose of this paper is to study those constant and repetitive elements of naturalistic language which are playing an essential role in the form and content of Chubak’s novels and stories.