FEMINIST LITERARY CRITICISM
Keywords:literature and feminism, feminist criticism, western literature
Feminist literary criticism arose thirty years ago, and became widespread in Western Europe and the United States. Today, there is practically no large American university where there would be no courses on female / feminist literature and criticism, as well as gender aspects of literary work. In this study the general concept of criticism over literature by feminism outlined.
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