عنوان مقاله [English]
Kelleh and Demneh and Marzban Letter are from the classical Persian language texts. The two, which have been written with a technical and admirable effect, are narrated in an anecdote in an anecdote containing numerous stories. Given that the sociological approach is one of the methods of text analysis. In this article, we have tried to look at these works and examine the relationship between the social class and the ethics of women.
In this paper, it is shown that there is a direct relationship between the social class and the corruption or infidelity of women. Because in the narratives of these books, most women are marginalized from the social class and are betrayed by their husbands. In contrast, women of the upper social class, whose husbands have high power, wealth and social influence, have a good morals, as well as cleanliness of the face. For this reason, in most of these works, women are corrupt, like bootmakers, butchers, dachshunds, carpenters and others. This orientation in ancient texts can be derived from the same power, wealth and social influence of the upper class. In fact, our powerful people have influenced the literature in many ways and expressed and displayed what was right in power.