عنوان مقاله [English]
Fiction describes details and realities. This contributes to extracting and analysing the social issues which are concerned, in one form or another, with behind-the-front in the literary works. In so doing, we embarked upon analysing four fictive works, including "Zamin-e Sukhte", "Suran-e Sard", "Da", and "the Last Sunday", in order to examine the perspectives of male and female writers towards the social issues. The rationale lying behind opting for these works is that on the one hand these works widely address various impacts of war on social and individual life and, on the other, they cast a careful look at certain issues such as mourning for the martyrs, devastation of cities, paucity of facilities, hoarding, price gouging and robbery. The present study, thus, is aimed at analysing the paramount issues of behind the front in certain literary works representing the literature of the holy defence so as to investigate the differences between male and female writers in taking these issues into account. This research was conducted using library resources and employing descriptive-analytical approach. The findings of the study indicated that the holy war had brought about socially and individually consequential impacts due to the war environment and un-equilibrium social status. Given the ender-specific perspectives, the writers have taken into account particular aspects of the war impacts. Mahmood and Afhami have addressed betrayal, price gouging, and robbery.