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dasp A, Nikoubakht N, Bozorg Bigdeli S, Monshizadeh M. The Feminine Style in Zoya Pirzad’s Works: An Analysis on the Basis of Feminist Stylistics. LCQ. 2012; 5 (18) :333-2
URL: http://journals.modares.ac.ir/article-29-12094-en.html
1- Tarbiat modares university
2- Allameh Tabatabaie university
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There are several attitudes about the linguistic characteristics of literary works by female authors. The present study aims at highlighting the need for a stylistic analysis of female fictions as a method for linguistic, literary, and ideological analyses of these works. In this study, we have studied the most important stylistic aspects of Pirzad’s writings through a feminist stylistic approach. The results of the study indicate that from the first work of the author (Mesl-e hameh-ye asr-ha[1]) to the last work (Ādat mikonim[2]), a feminist point of view has emerged at different levels of the texts, e.g. lexicon, sentence, and discourse. The changing trend of thought which leads to linguistic transformation and development in the author’s work is as follows: in Mesl-e hameh-ye asr-ha,Ta’m-e gass-e khormalu,[3]Yek ruz mandeh be eid-e pak,[4] the women are engaged in routines and have no intentionality of their own, while in Cheragh-ha ra man khamoosh mikonam,[5] the women status is challenged, and in Adat mikonim, due to the role of women in social activities, a different description of female identity as the agent of change is presented.
[1]. Like All Evenings [2]. We Will Get Used to It [3]. The Acrid Taste of Persimmon  [4]. One Day before Easter [5]. I Turn off the Lights
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Article Type: practical | Subject: stylistics|contemporary Persian fiction
Received: 2012/02/9 | Accepted: 2012/08/7 | Published: 2012/08/10

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