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A (very) rough guide to feminist criticism
A (very) rough guide to feminist criticism
A (very) rough guide to feminist criticism
A (very) rough guide to feminist criticism
A (very) rough guide to feminist criticism
A (very) rough guide to feminist criticism
A (very) rough guide to feminist criticism
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A (very) rough guide to feminist criticism

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  • 1. A (Very) Rough Guide toFeminist Literary Criticism Mr Connor’s Class
  • 2. Androgyny• - "...suggests a world in which sex-roles are not rigidly defined, a state in which ‘the man in every woman and the ‘woman in every man could be integrated and freely expressed.’”• Used to describe a blurring, or combination of gender roles so that neither masculinity or femininity is dominant."
  • 3. Backlash• a term, which may have originated with Susan Faludi, referring to a movement away from or against feminism.
  • 4. Écriture féminine• Écriture féminine, literally womens writing, is a philosophy that promotes womens experiences and feelings to the point that it strengthens the work.• ‘Écriture féminine places experience before language, and privileges the anti- linear, cyclical writing so often frowned upon by patriarchal society - Cixous
  • 5. Patriarchy• "Sexism is perpetuated by systems of patriarchy where male-dominated structures and social arrangements elaborate the oppression of women.”• A system whereby the narrative voice is exclusively male.
  • 6. Semiotic• "[Julia] Kristeva makes a distinction between the semiotic and symbolic modes of communication:- Symbolic = how we normally think of language (grammar, syntax, logic etc.)- Semiotic = non-linguistic aspects of language which express drives and affects• The semiotic level includes rhythms and sounds and the way they can convey powerful yet indefinable emotions"
  • 7. Semiotic• "[Julia] Kristeva makes a distinction between the semiotic and symbolic modes of communication:- Symbolic = how we normally think of language (grammar, syntax, logic etc.)- Semiotic = non-linguistic aspects of language which express drives and affects• The semiotic level includes rhythms and sounds and the way they can convey powerful yet indefinable emotions"

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