However,because of the mistakes and variation in acceptance of the western feminism,the female writers expect too much on the road of western feminism in seeking Chinese female emancipation,leading to the confliction with Chinese traditional culture.
This paper will mainly deal with sexual replacement in the texts of women writers in later new period, by means of narratology and cultural feminism, paying emphasis on its three perspectives, namely, point-of-view, narrative aesthetics and culture explanation.
Shi Li is a female writer with sharp female consciousness, which is in constant development and change viewed from her novel creation of 20 years and is closely related to the social reality and her personal life experience.
As an English woman writer between 18th century and 19th century, Although the writing range of Jane Austen is not wide enough, she makes the structure of her novels delicate by the characteristic carefulness of the female.
More specifically, this literary movement has the active participation of young female writers, who still must avoid obstacles in order to legitimize a space in a patriarchal and machista society such as Cuba's.
However, the distribution of male and female characters, roles, and attributes differed with male and female writers.
Female writers included significantly more female characters and assigned more attributes and roles to these characters.
Nevertheless, in the stories of both male and female writers, there was a predominance of male characters and assignment of attributes and roles to male characters.
Discriminant analyses showed language differences between the male and the female writers at all three grade levels, differences that permitted 84 to 87% accuracy of gender prediction.
Starting from the premise that space is a purveyor of discourse, this article attempts to probe the work of three women writers narrating the Gulf.
While diverging in tone and narrative strategies, these three women writers converge in presenting a Gulf of their own: a personalized landscape wherein the physical world overlaps with psychological scenes.
Particular attention is paid to the social-political activities and the role of the Turkish women writers Halide Edib, Arife Han?m, and others.
'What the Devil a Woman Lives for After 30': The Late Careers of Late Eighteenth-Century British Women Writers
This article begins to consider the late careers of late eighteenth-century English women writers.
Private selves and public spaces: Autobiography and the African woman writer
In Labé's poem, musica ficta becomes a metaphor for the difficulties of artistic production especially for the woman writer using a female voice within a textual tradition generally qualified as male.
This article explores the liberal German author Luise Mühlbach's fictional biography of the English Restoration author, Aphra Behn, England's first professional woman writer, as an autobiographical and aesthetic statement.
As a woman writer, with lots of female leads in her work, I wondered if she felt any of her heroines were feminists.
This module will study and compare versions of contemporary American experience as realised by a black woman writer and a white male writer.