عنوان مقاله [English]
Nowadays feminism and views on women are key issues regarding social sciences as well as other various cultural subjects. This matter is considered prominent in literary fiction, especially in female writers’ works. Zoya Pirzad is one of the most successful figures in literary fiction. She has contemplated women as a key axiom in her two novels and has written about women’s world with feminine thoughts, ideologies and styles to represent different features of womanhood. The main goal in this article is to study women’s identity and feminine features in Pirzad’s novels of “We Will Get Used to It” and “Things We Left Unsaid”. The writer has investigated woman and her identity in the aforementioned novels through library research and investigating sociology and other interdisciplinary sciences. The results show that Pirzad has illustrated women’s identity based on various dimensions of feminine features in her two novels. Women of these two novels are examples of regular women in the community that are to find their own identities and their different feminine features in order to improve and transform their characteristics.