عنوان مقاله [English]
Kurds along with other ethnic groups live in Iran as their common territory and they might participate in Iranization. Thus, the discursive presence of Kurds in Post-Revolution Persian novels could raise two issues: either they are relatively and occasionally represented or they are seldom represented. To assess these hypotheses, the present research project decided to study the Post-Revolution novels written in three decades of 1360-70; 1370-80 and f1370-80. In view of this, the researcher opted for a list of 120 novels which were nominated as the best or the most widely read novels in Iran. The systematic random sampling was conducted and f 20 novels were chosen as the research data. The select novels were analyzed through content analysis. The findings indicated that Kurd's representation in the discourses of novels was not significant. The results could be of use in researches in Persian literary criticism and the country's cultural policies engineering.