عنوان مقاله [English]
Situational stories often reflect common features and elements such as the language, culture, beliefs, and customs of a geographical zone.
The 50s and 60s are the period of the flourishing of Situational literature and the emergence of numerous writers whose writings have a local flavor and rely on the literature of rural areas.
The novel "Ahl-e Gharq" by Moniro Ravanipour can be considered among the works of rural situational literature. The author narrates the story due to his deep acquaintance with the culture of the inhabitants of the Persian Gulf coasts and using the native and local elements of the southern lands.
In this research, the analytical-descriptive method of the situational literature indicators of the novel is used in "Ahl-eGharq". Like, the geographical location, language and dialect, clothing, customs, beliefs, views and local songs are examined.
The results, in addition to showing the author's deep mastery of the indigenous aspects of this region; It reveals the hidden layers of the spirits, natures and beliefs of the people of the South, summed up in resistance, bravery and anti-colonialism, from the narrator’s viewpoint.