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Farhadi N A. “OAL” the height of feminist epitomize in tribe works Research of feminism constituent in “Oal” written by “Mohammad Bahmanbaigi”. LIRE 2019; 16 (63) :119-147
URL: http://lire.modares.ac.ir/article-41-36976-en.html
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Oal”[1] is a short story that is written by “Mohammad bahmanbeigi” the greatest novelist of “Qashqai” tribe. This short story represents a portion of tribal culture that is concerning the kind of perspective to women. In this written work be investigate and research the state of perception to women and feminist manifestations and specific aspects of feminism in the above-mentioned work (Oal) and consequently exhibits the profound understanding of this novelist to basic values of mothers in the trible league and women’s social innocence and submissiveness that been caused by various causes and peculiar conditions in tribal lifestyle. Bahmanbaigi uses the description procedar of tribal league and realistic description of life to make bluging of women’s unendurable constraints and difficults. His intentional emphasis on the propositions of patriarchy and subaltern and its causes, including the ignorance and superstition, become inclined occasionally to a vitriolic satire that convinces readers to the harsh criticism of women’s worring and bad status. According to this short story can be construe the most important story of Bahmanbeigi and consequently this is the height of feminism in the tribe stories.
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: Contemporary Literature/ Story / Novel
Received: 2019/02/19 | Accepted: 2019/09/1 | Published: 2019/10/1

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