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《Journal of Huzhou Teachers College》 2003-04
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On the Female Writers' Status in the History of Literature

GUO Hai-wen(College of Literature, Shanxi Normal University, Xi'an 710062, China)  
There have been many female writers in Chinese history but they are rar ely found in the history of literature, which is the reflection of Confucian tho ught of men being superior to women and the result of men dominating the history . The works of female writers have the value that cannot be replaced by those of male writers. The image of Chinese women described by male writers should be re considered from the feminine angle. If we intend to write a complete history of Chinese literature, we must objectively establish female writers' status and to a chieve this end, we can start from the aspects of examining the history of Chine se literature with the theory of feminism, sorting out works by ancient female w riters, judging female writers under the specific cultural background and studyi ng the history of poetry and the “perception” of the works.
【CateGory Index】: I209
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