عنوان مقاله [English]
In contrast to Lacan, who merely used language in subjectivity through "Father's Name", Kristeva introduced language, from the "Semiotic chora" motherhood dimension. Kristeva knows that power and language are intertwined, she sees language as a repressive factor. Thus, by emphasizing the semiotic side, she knows the path to suppression, to pay attention to the "poets' discourse of language". While the goal of post-structuralism is to alter the text, it is the goal of the research ahead, the alteration of the signs of subjectivity, based on Kristeva's views. In this regard, the present study using a descriptive-analytic method, seeks to answer two questions: In the text, what are the symptoms corresponding to the paradigms of poetic language revolution? According to what signs, the way of oppression, is the interaction of the semiotic of the feminine, and the symbolic of the masculine? The result of the research is a rejection of the separatist theory of radical feminism, and a confirmation of Kristeva's belief that women, as the most semiotic carriers, can be represented in a symbolic masculine way by the poetic language revolution. The present study addresses for the first time, Iranian children's literature on Kristeva thought, as well as feminist reading.