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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Naqib Al-Mamalek Shirazi, the court storyteller of Naser Al-Din Shah, has composed two tales: Amir Arsalan and Malek Jamshid. Naqib created Amir Arsalan for Naser Al-Din Shah and retold it to him frequently, but he composed Malek Jamshid in a different condition. This essay attempts to study stylistic differences between the two texts. The goal is to show the role of textural factors and the circumstances of its creation based on the stylistic differences between the two texts. The differences have been presented in three issues: syntactic structures, slang dictions, and formulas (proverbs, oaths, curses), and in each case the influence of different textures and the narratee on these stylistic differences have been pointed out.
Key words: Amir Arsalan, Malek Jamshid, Texture, Narratee, Stylistics Analysis.