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alboghbeysh S, Balavi R, Pour Abed M J, Zare N. An analysis of the implicit cultural patterns of the image of the gypsy woman. AIJH 2022; 30 (1) :67-87
URL: http://aijh.modares.ac.ir/article-31-55325-en.html
1- Daneshgah, Persian Gulf, Bushehr
2- Daneshgah, Persian Gulf, Bushehr , r.ballawy@pgu.ac.ir
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Cultural criticism, unlike literary criticism, does not seek the beauties of the text and its functions, and does not even pay attention to coherence and imagination, but seeks to discover hidden thoughts and everything inherited from cultures that lies beyond the beauties of words, and seeks meanings. Which does not appear next to the text, but is hidden to show the influence of continuous cultures on the authorchr('39')s psyche. Womenchr('39')s rights and status are linked to modern culture and the ideas of modernism, and contemporary literature has always been committed to the realization of womenchr('39')s rights and held itself accountable for the well-being and security of women. The purpose of writing this article is to research and re-read the novel "Curse of Kane" and to find cultural practices and implications and to discover the face of a gypsy woman in this novel and the apparent and hidden text and everything that the author hid inside and adorned the text with words. This research is based on a descriptive-analytical method to try to discover the procedures in the novel.
The covert practice with regard to the gypsy woman is that it first places the novel in Al-Kamaliyah, which is the center of the gypsy gathering, then we discover the gypsy woman the worker, then the gypsy woman the prey of the eastern men, and the illiterate and ignorant gypsy woman respectively , Then we will describe the weakness and inability of gypsy women and their insecurity.
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: Arts and Humanities (General)
Received: 2021/09/2 | Accepted: 2022/04/26 | Published: 2022/10/6

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