Russian literature notes women
The voice of women in Russian literature is a complex subject of study. This complexity is centuries-old and was most prominent in the nineteenth century when women were categorized into two opposing models: a sinful temptress mirroring Eve or a saintly mother emulating the Madonna. Passivity and submissiveness were characters of feminine strength. Silence, paradoxically, was the ultimate form of feminine eloquence. In Soviet-era literature, the myth of the often-silent iron-willed mother continued to be a popular trope with the added zealous devoutness to Marxist ideology.
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8. ’How Women Should Write’: Russian Women’s Writing in the Nineteenth Century
The article examines the appearance of the term "women's prose" in modern Russian literature. Abstract: The article examines the appearance of the term "women's prose" in modern Russian literature. There are a lot of balloons and smiles in the sky. The landing party is down. A large number of women are flying. Everything happened - it didn't happen.
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A Chorus of Women: An Exploration of the Feminine in 19th and 20th Century Russian Literature
We do not see the women authors as a homogenous group. Instead, we would like to pay attention to diversity of genre, different types of protagonists and the differences between ideas and themes and narrative strategies. If some tried to adopt and adapt literary imagery and topoi which were considered conventionally male, others created an alternative space for women in their own right within, but separate, from the male world. A third group chose a border existence, while a fourth spoke from the female margins which they recreated, renamed and revized into a space of innovative possibilities. Karamzin, who used gender in his campaign for a new literary language and a new literature.
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