Volume 6, Issue 21 (2013)                   LCQ 2013, 6(21): 85-110 | Back to browse issues page

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., .. Discourse Analysis of Imposed War Memories; case study of Da Memory. LCQ. 2013; 6 (21) :85-110
URL: http://journals.modares.ac.ir/article-29-4994-en.html
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Memories of the imposed Iraq war against Iran were linked to men’s narratees. More women played a role as an object linked to solider, such as martyr’s mother and wife. Da is a different book. In this article, we try to study Da and its relation to the dominant social discourse, with using Fairclough theory and method. He mentioned three-dimensional framework for studying discourse: analysis of language texts, analysis of discourse practice and analysis of socio-cultural practice. We will show Da, unlike the traditional discourse, emphasis on the other roles of women in the imposed war. In addition, Da tries to make a female verbal construction that it is not found in similar women books. Da goes beyond the traditional discourse of women’s role in war, and seems to have succeeded in this way. With a male act and female speech, Da creates a new text and a new discourse.
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Article Type: Book Review | Subject: narratology|contemporary Persian fiction|socioliterature
Received: 2012/02/24 | Accepted: 2013/01/26 | Published: 2013/03/21
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