Throughout history people have knocked their heads against the riddle of the nature of feminity…Nor will you have escaped worrying over this problem-those of you who are men; to those of you who are women this will not apply-you are yourselves the problem Thus, women are seen by freud as mere objects of desire and objects of the question.
There are various practical approaches to feminism and general features a feminist critic looks for in a text.
While women are sorted into single and married, or miss and mrs. Barry The female writer is seen as suffering the handicap of having to use a medium prose writing which is essentially a male instrument used for male purposes. The general characteristics of such womanly writing are the long and loosely coordinated morel filet suisse anti aging, fluid changes of topic, a resistance to linear logic and a woman-centered focus on inner feelings and personal relationships.
The first involves analysis of patriarchal culture, a term for the institutions, attitudes, and beliefs of a society dominated by men. This critique has led to new interpretations of classics previously evaluated only by male critics with traditional patriarchal attitudes.
The second phase of feminist literary criticism has concerned itself with women as writers giving expression to the female experience through their work. This focus led to the recovery of many forgotten works by women and to a new understanding of the struggles women writers faced to express their own visions and experiences in a patriarchal society that discounted them.
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These critics stress instead the humanity of all people, regardless of gender. They believe that the only way to achieve equality is to deny that fundamental differences between men and women exist.
Whatever the critical stance, feminist critics do seem to share one important idea about literary criticism: the impossibility of achieving objectivity. They recognize that every reader brings both aspects to the literary work and thus understands literature from a personal perspective.
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