عنوان مقاله [English]
Feminine writing is one of the topics of interest to literary scholars and stylists, which deals with questions such as feminine writing and what characteristics it has. In this context, Sara Mills has presented a model based on "feminist stylistics", which is one of the socio-cultural approaches to stylistic knowledge, and is the most widely used term for examining and analyzing the subject of feminism using linguistic and linguistic analysis methods. He knows the texts. In the present study, we answer the question of what are the characteristics of feminine writing and how does it appear in the novel in question. Mills argues that women writers use different linguistic options in the structure and content of their work, influencing feminine traits, emotions, and feminine perspectives. In linguistic analysis, three levels of analysis based on vocabulary, sentences and discourse should be considered. At the vocabulary level, the words should express the states and emotions of women, feminine interpretations, the multiplicity of female characters and colors; at the level of sentences in simple, descriptive, short sentences; and at the level of discourse, important elements of the story, such as; The tone, theme and narrator paid off. Therefore, this paper is based on practical stylistics and descriptive-library method and Shahrnoush Parsipour's novel "Dog and Long Winter", as an example of contemporary Iranian fictional literature, was studied according to Mills' model in these three levels. The findings of the study indicate that the feminine characteristics of the work are illustrated by the use of: At the vocabulary of the use of feminine expressions, the multiplicity of female characters, the use of colors and their high frequency; at the level of sentences using short, descriptive, news And partiality. At the level of discourse, the perspective of the first observer, the polite tone, the woman's narrative, the dynamic main character and the thematic of feminist ideas.