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The feminist literary criticism is a kind of criticism which deals with the masculine works and unveils the gynophobia of literary system. This school of thought believes that the masculine norms rule over literature and feminine experiences, desires, interests and emotions have turned pale and have been shown unimportant under these norms. So, the feminist literary criticism intends to reveal these masculine literary traditions by studying and analyzing texts from a gyno-oriented view to express how literary texts support gender distinctions in culture. This article criticizes three novels written by Mohammad Mohammad-Ali with a feminist approach emphasizing the significant factors such as the male chauvinism, sexual discrimination, violence, etc against women exploiting the documentary method. Women's status in Mohammad-Ali's novels gradually improves and their social relations become more and more complicated. Themes of identity exploration and self identification and also reciprocity of generations, which are amongst the most important themes of Mohammad-Ali's novels, well depict women’s gradual improvements in these stories and reveal specific approaches of the author base of a gyno-oriented view.