Local color fiction is a type of stories whose events take place in a specific geographical area and different cultural elements such as customs and traditions, type of architecture, clothing, language features, as well as economic, social, It represents the history and politics of that region. A part of Local color fiction in Iran is linked with ethnicities and served to represent their identity issues. Some of the stories of the northern region, which are related to the Turkmen-inhabited areas of Golestan province, have a different atmosphere from other stories. In these stories, in addition to the specific Local color features of the north of the country, the cultural and identity elements of the Turkmen inhabitants of the Sahara have also been reflected. In this article, one of the important novels of Turkmen Local color literature has been examined. Seyed Hossein Mirkazemi in the novel "Yort" describes the details of the social lifestyle of the Turkmen people of the Sahara, their cultural identity and the Local color elements of the region and the connection of these elements with the culture and history of the Turkmen. The confrontation between tradition and modernity and the transformation of the social life and identity of the Turkmen people of the Sahara is one of the main themes of the novel Yurt.
- حق عضویت دریافتی صرف حمایت از نشریات عضو و نگهداری، تکمیل و توسعه مگیران میشود.
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