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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Women’s identity in Iran, the same as in other countries, has taken form under the influence of many socio-cultural institutions such as Family, Education, Media. In our time literature, due to the remarkable participation of women, has played an important role in the formation of this identity. This article studies seven Persian novels of 2000’s written by women whose concern has been, in one way or another, the matter of identity. The results of the study indicate three classifications in identity representation: 1) novels which are explicitly in search of women identity; 2) novels which are implicitly concerned with the concept of identity; 3) novels which show no interest in women identity. This third group falls mostly in the category of popular novels.