PERSIAN WOMEN'S PROSE OF THE LATE XX-EARLY XXI CENTURIES. M. NORUZI Candidate of Philological Sciences Moscow State University named after V. I. Abramovich. Allame Tabatabaei (Iran) Keywords: Iran, Zoya Pirzad, women's world, interpersonal relations, woman and society The first experiments of "women's prose" in Iran began to appear in the 30s of the XX century. - more often in the form of memoirs, memoirs. The plots were descriptive and moralizing in nature. For example, how frivolous actions of young girls lead to misfortune:" An unhappy girl and a capricious guy " (1930) by Irandokht Timurtas; Parviz and Parvin (1933) by Zahra Kiya-Khanlari. In the next three decades, women writers did not achieve much success in literature, not being able to neglect their traditional duties. Of course, the transformations associated with the general democratic movements and social development of the 1960s and 1970s, the Islamic Revolution in Iran in 1979, and the eight-year war with Iraq in the 1980s brought new themes and intonations to literature, including women's prose. In the late 1970s and 1980s, writers who managed to reflect these transformations began to gain fame: Simin Daneshwar (b. 1921), Goli Taraggi (b.1939), Mahshid Amirshahi (b. 1937). Currently, women's prose in Persian literature is developing in various forms. Writers, reflecting the inner world of women, try to put questions that concern them in all periods of life-family, happiness, love, loneliness, self - identification, self-consciousness, female subjectivity, emancipation, etc. - and answer them in their own way. One of the most popular representatives of modern Iranian women's prose is Zoya Pirzad. She was born on January 1, 1951 in the southwestern part of Iran, in the city of Abadan. Her father is an Iranian of Russian origin, and her mother is Armenian. Zoya spent her childhood in Abadan, then she got married and lived in Tehran. Currently lives in Germany. She began her literary career after the Iran ... Read more

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