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《Journal of Northeast Normal University》 2003-03
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Culture Origin of Chinese Modern Feminine Literature's Emergence

WANG Guirong(Chinese Literature Dept., Liaoning Normal University, Dalian 116029,China )  
Chinese modern Feminine literature has its own cultural origin. On one hand, it comes from accumulation in Chinese traditional culture; on the other hand, it originates in the western culture, especially the influence of feminine literature. In the meanwhile, the spirit of the May Fourth New Cultural Movement offers a choice for the women cultural psychology. Woman writers voice the aspirations of femininity in a position of equal and awakened human being in group figure.
【Fund】: 2002年"中国社会性别研究青年学者基金项目"成果之一。
【CateGory Index】: I206.6
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