Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose
Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose شماره 82

volume Number : 15
number In Volume : 12
issue Number : 82

Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose
volume Number 15، number In Volume 12، ، issue Number 82

Components of women writing in the novel "Ahl Gharq" by Moniro Ravanipour Based on Sara Mills feminist stylistics

Saeedeh Khojastehpour , Mohammad Ali Gozashti (Author in Charge), Abdolhossein Farzad


BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: ” Feminist stylistics" is one of the socio-cultural approaches to stylistics that "Sara Mills", a stylist and researcher in this field, proposes a model in this field and this method is the best way to study and analyze the issue of feminism and its effectiveness in literary texts. Knows the use of their linguistic dimensions and aspects. In the following article, using this model, these questions will be answered, what is feminine Writing and what are the components of feminine Writing and how it is manifested in the novel in question. According to Mills, women writers use various linguistic components in the structure and content of their works under the influence of their feminine characteristics, emotions and gender views, and therefore three levels of words, sentences and discourse should be analyzed in their works. Therefore, with this view and using the desired model, the novel "Ahl Gharq" by Moniro Ravanipour was selected and studied.

METHODOLOGY: This research was conducted in the field of practical stylistics with descriptive-analytical method and analysis based on the components of the model of Sara Mills and experts in this field.

FINDINGS: Findings of the research with the expression of the characteristics of high-frequency feminism in the novel are: at the level of vocabulary, the use of words belonging to the field of women, the use of color words, the multiplicity of female characters; At the level of sentences, frequent use of news, descriptive, short sentences, use of question sentences in the form of Soliloquy , the use of a three-point metalanguage sign; At the discourse level, the third-person perspective, the narrative text and the author"s narrator, one of the main characters of the woman, the polite tone using the native dialect of the place of the story, the theme using feminist ideas, the time of contemporary events in the second side, the place Occurrence of Jafreh settlement story in southern Iran and its surroundings.

CONCLUSION: The novel discussed in this study has followed the model of Sara Mills and most of the components of feminism were found in its text.

Feminine Writing , Feminist Stylistics , Feminism , Sara Mills , Ahl Gharq Novel , Moniro Ravanipour

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