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Literary critics interpret linguistic phenomena through the study of styles and extend their research on the words and constructions related to environmental factors and literary innovations. Ultimately these words and constructions are considered as a particular style. The study of the methods of writers is called stylistics and a statistical approach branches out which quantitatively examines Linguistic phenomena within a statistical framework. There are other approaches to stylistics such as psychological and practical approaches. In general, there is a good context in poetry and fiction and in particular in the works of the Syrian novelist Zakaria Tamer, which leads researchers to follow styles. Analysis of the data from tables and using manual statistical method proved that he has a consisant style in applying uniform linguistic phenomena. Hence, the uniform style of the author in the Tigers on the tenth day was studied. We found that he has resorted to a uniform style (past tense verb + preposition + genitive + intermittent adjective in type and number). As a result, the author sometimes deviates from the uniform method and diversify the literary work to meet special demands of the story. The main reason of uniformity is speech, especially in frequent use of words such as "al-qoul, al-soval, al-sout, al-lahja. " Continuous study of his works makes it clear that this issue is caused by either vocabulary deficiency or the unconscious mind of Zakaria Tamer. If he was aware of uniformity of language, he would have definitely avoided getting caught by the monotonous vocabulary.
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