عنوان مقاله [English]
been considered always in a level lower than men who are allegory of reason, and said that a mystical discourse therein misogyny is equivalent to anti-egoism and unworldliness, is more misogynist than other discourses in Persian literature.
This paper firstly with a Millet -inspired approach that pursues applying sexual politics in three areas of position, role, and character, studies on the position, role and character of women of upper class (women attributed to the court) and mutually the women of lower class (maids) in the anecdotes of the three prominent poets of the mystical literature, namely Sanaei, Attar and Molavi. Then, investigates the role of women in the mystical texture of reviewed anecdotes and finally in consideration of the women’s role in both textures, assesses the approach of three writers to the woman. The most important achievement of this article is revealing the precise position of educational mystical discourse in the reproduction or non-reproduction of sexual stereotypes that are directly impacted by social classification, and examines the mechanism and manner of patriarchal practice.