عنوان مقاله [English]
Women, as half of the world's population, have always been under a magnifying glass. They suffered from oppressive and unkind treatment of men or government. Such ignorance has long been endured in the myths and legends of various cultures. Depriving women from the right to live a normal life with dignity; women were sometimes condemned to prison or commuted to exile. Sometimes they were subjected to a series of rigorous tests to prove their being. Folk couplet is the most famous and widely readable form of poetry in folk literature which can be easily communicated by the audiences who speak the same language, i.e. Persian, although their dialects are different. Regarding Pure Language without any limitation, folk couplet flourishes in exquisite literary beauties, wonderful fancies, and musical rhythms which have made it popular and prestigious. The purpose of this study was to investigate the reflection of the presence of women in 200 folk couplets of Savadkouh County using descriptive-analytical method and library-field approach. The findings showed that women's share in the folk couplet is more than that of men as they either make their own poems or are being addressed. Such presence is highlighted as a lover, beloved, and mother. Woman, as a beloved companion, has been investigated from three aspects, i.e. as a waiting beloved, thankful beloved, and as an advisor beloved. She is sometimes presented as a provoker of all kinds of vocals and sometimes as a helper to accomplish great things.