Volume 7, Issue 26 (2014)                   LCQ 2014, 7(26): 49-65 | Back to browse issues page

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Razavi F. Deconstructive analysis of feminine writing: Comparison of Tāj-al-Salṭana's style and Aziz-al-Soltan's style. LCQ. 2014; 7 (26) :49-65
URL: http://journals.modares.ac.ir/article-29-7779-en.html
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Text analysis based on deconstructive approche is one of the new perspective to literary criticism. This view look for contradictions within the text Thereby deconstructing the binary oppositions founded the text and demonstrating that this oppositions do not have firm base. According extensive studies in women speech and writing in different years and cultures, some character are attributed to women as feminist style. in This opposition, regardless of rating, feminist style is in contrast to masculin’s. Feminine characteristics consists of Frequently used forms of expressive language, vague and imprecise language and intensifier, applications and prayers, hailing forms, sentences as opposed to rules of grammar and incomplete sentences, Frequently use of intonation, stop and stress, simple language, detailed writing, Speaking from a position of weakness and lack of authoritarianism and use of processes that do not require a lot of mental activity. this article demonstrates that attributing some of the features to feminine writing do not have solid base and alter within changing social and cultural factors, by analyzing the Memories of Taj-ol-Saltana as feminist narrative and comparing that with memories of Aziz-al-Soltan known by Malijak as masculine narrative which written in same context of Memories of Taj-ol-Saltana. Evidence that led us to this involved of writing from a position of strength, the active voice and use of complex mental processes.
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Article Type: practical | Subject: stylistics|feministic criticism
Received: 2014/04/28 | Accepted: 2014/05/31 | Published: 2014/08/23

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