Studies in Women Writers in English, 286 pp, 2012 (English) 01 Edition
By: D. Patra K. Das
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This book on English literature focuses on women writers in English, and their contribution to literature. In spite of a history spanning 15 centuries, from the Anglo-Saxon period to the modern times,...Read more
This book on English literature focuses on women writers in English, and their contribution to literature. In spite of a history spanning 15 centuries, from the Anglo-Saxon period to the modern times, women's writing in English literature has had a relatively short history, beginning as late as the 17th century. The feminist movement in particular has given impetus to more women to write, and in the 20th century, women's voices have had more visibility in the literary fields, which continues well into the new millennium. Nonetheless, a whole host of issues, conflicts and concerns abound within the ambit of women's literature. The book explores these matters, particularly those pertaining to marginalisation and suppression of the female voice in literature, analysing women's literature within the contexts of society, history, culture, economics and politics, providing a coherent background wherein from women's literature can be analysed, the book can be used as a referential tool for feminist studies in literary theory, as the comprehensiveness and insight of the book bring forth varied perspectives which bring in a multidimensional and complete view of the subject.
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