عنوان مقاله [English]
The coup d’état on last days of 1299 was a beginning for Reza khan attendance in Iran’s politic. His attendance was began as Cossack’s commander and after that he became war minister. In 1304 he coronate as Iran’s king and his kingship last until 1320. In his kingship era he tried to build a central and powerful state and did modernization and different political, social, economical, judicial and educational reforms. He did all of his reforms on the base of European countries evolutions and he tried to establish new civil views and international chances for Iran. These reforms had different results and caused different reactions. In sociology of literature framework, texts and books that have been written in this period (1300-1320) can be used as facilities to study this results and reactions. Among various literary texts, novels have more importance because of their structure and specifications. In this article, the reflections of Pahlavi, Its political and social reforms in social novels between 1300-1320 have been studied using the theoretical framework of Lucien Goldman. Results of the study show that in the early years of the reign of Reza Shah's reforms, historical and social novels were considered and with the unveiling of duplication in this period of reform failures, Literature and literary novels became as means to criticize the status quo.