عنوان مقاله [English]
The present study aim was to investigate the evolution of the content of lyric poetry in contemporary Iranian women lyrics works. The studied universe was the poetess lyric poetry from the Constitutional Era to the beginning of the contemporary nineties decade. The sample of the study was the lyrics poetry of Jaleh Ghaem Maghami, the poetry and the lyrics of Simin Behbahani and Forough Farrakhzad. The research method was descriptive-analytical and data collection was done through the library and digital research resources. To analyze the data, personality-centered trend methodology of the content of poetess's lyric poetry and its significant developments in the context of contemporary history were applied. The results showed that the totality and quality of women's poetry in this period were evolved progressively. The lyric poetry of contemporary Iranian women, after the lyric poetry of Simin Behbahani and Forough Farakhzad, had moved towards new and freethinking horizons. Among the intra-cultural and extra-cultural currents of thought in Iran, two types of committed lyric poetry, community-oriented and postmodern lyric poetry, and sometimes deconstructed linguistic lyric poetry, had the largest share. Women's lyric poetry, like Nimai's free verses, had found the opportunity to express feminine emotions, and the lyric poetry, entered into various currents and polyphonic from the classical and monophonic state. The study of women's lyric poetry in the late hundred years meant the hundred-year sociological study of women's poetry and, consequently, Iranian society.