Modern Women Writers of China Analytical Essay by Master Researcher

Modern Women Writers of China
Examines contemporary women writers in China.
# 85188 | 1,125 words | 0 sources | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Literature (World) , English (Analysis) , Women Studies (Culture) , Asian Studies (General)

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"This paper discusses modern women writers of China. It focuses on specific works of several modern women writers and discusses how their writing reflects their new found freedoms in China. Additionally, it discusses how these women all feel a pull from the past that they cannot ignore, and how difficult that pull is when they are considering the possibilities of their future.

From the Paper:

"Can Xue is a woman of China who has seen the evolution of a society in transition throughout her life. She is further a writer who is considered one of the first Chinese women of literature to be recognized by the government as a literary artist. Can Xue has written several stories in which she discusses the elements of her life as a youth, and her current existence. The Summons is one such story. In her work she recognizes both the harshness of a Communist government that has been her past, and the position of women in China that has evolved during her lifetime. Thought of as a writer who relies on no conventional form to create her works, Can Xue is often depicted as an irrational writer whose work is full of vivid and wild images."

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