Irina Vainorene. J. Austen's Heroes in Discourse of Modern Feminine Writing (literary Analysis of C. Schine's novel "the Three Weissmanns of Westport")

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Submitted on: Dec 14, 2015, 15:06:34

Description: The given article highlights theoretical, social basis of feminine writing‚Eôs origin and development in the context of world literature process and English - speaking female prose as its inseparable part, defines different approaches to the notion ‚Eėwomen (feminine) literature‚Eô( including feministic critics), researches socially reasoned and cognitive peculiarities of women English speaking writing (on the material of novels written by J. Austen and C. Schine), studies intrinsic features of a classical novel and its implication in the modern discourse (circumstances, lines of the plot, reasons ‚E" consequences chains of events described in the novels, defines specific traits of the main heroes‚Eô behaviour of Jane Austen‚Eôs ‚EúSense and Sensibility‚EĚ and Cathleen Schine‚Eôs ‚EúThe Three Weissmanns of Westport‚EĚ in similar and identic situations in –•–Ü–• and –•–•–Ü centuries.

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