It seems most of the literary criticism that appeared hitherto, is inclined to appraise stories written by female authors lower than those by male authors. The reason happens to be female authors are generally more sentimental, and stories that contain more sentimentalism are apt to become more vulgar, such is the traditional opinion, on prejudice. Many critics' criticism on Hua-Yen and her novels are not immune from the mentioned prejudice.This thesis, try to study novels written by Hua-Yen, throughout 1960's analyzing how she tried to depict the sentiment and passion of women who lived in that age, so as to give proper criticism and position to Hua-Yen which is due to her.It is my intension to present Hua-Yen as she was. She shared some ideas typical of that age, yet stick to some idea to her own. She did not hold fast to feminism. She did not protest against paternity. Neither had she agreed to the virtue of female obedience.She presented women as they were. She presented the possibilities of women as the seasonably were. She was a pioneer to the free discussions of women culture which emerged on 1980's. However, when these discussions emerged and ripened, she was barely remembered.