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Focusing on two works of Iranian women from two generations, this paper aims to demonstrate Women Writing Tradition based on the views of Gynocritics point of view. Due to the complexity and the various interpretations in Feminism literary criticism, an elaborated review will be provided. Elaine Showalter considers three phases in women’s writing which are Femininity, Feminist and Female. In order to meet the comprehensiveness of the thesis, we took a look at the form and narration style of these works and applied them in determining the Writing Tradition of these two writers. We showed that women writing tradition in Iran had its own fluctuations and after passing the imitation/ femininity period, it passes over feminist writing toward female writing. The best example of this is the novel “I turn off the lights” by Zoya Pirzad. Although this work as an example of Female Tradition, is itself inter-textual. It can scaffold other works in future by other authors who can represent their innovations and novel styles in women writing tradition through interaction with such works.