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The aim of this book is to discuss the most important aspects of women's status at the beginning of the twentieth century by drawing a parallel between Romanian and British feminism.The novelty of this book resides in the fact that it discusses the ideas of gender and politics in the novels of some of the most important Romanian modernist writers. The documents (Romanian old journals, articles, diaries and declarations, modernist literary texts from well-known Romanian authors such as Camil Petrescu, Hortensia Papadat-Bengescu, or Anton Holban) as well as the period of time analysed in this …mehr

Produktbeschreibung
The aim of this book is to discuss the most important aspects of women's status at the
beginning of the twentieth century by drawing a parallel between Romanian and British
feminism.The novelty of this book resides in the fact that it discusses the ideas of gender
and politics in the novels of some of the most important Romanian modernist writers.
The documents (Romanian old journals, articles, diaries and declarations, modernist
literary texts from well-known Romanian authors such as Camil Petrescu, Hortensia
Papadat-Bengescu, or Anton Holban) as well as the period of time analysed in this book
are highly relevant to the way Romanian feminism has evolved over the years.
Autorenporträt
Corina Mariana Mitrulescu holds a PhD in philology, a master's degree in European studies, and a BA in history and English literature. She is a Fulbright alumna and her research interests include gender studies, feminism in literature, medieval history, and historical fiction.