Women's Subjective Experience in East Asian Literature
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This paper refers to literary criticism which addresses the challenges faced by current Japanese and Chinese women as authors. According to the paper, the former has regarded female literature as properly fitting with established forms. The paper further notes that the challenge for Asian female writers is to convey direct, subjective experience in ways to crack through social barriers.
From the Paper:"Women's experience in modern East Asian societies has been taken up as a separate area of study that tells a good deal of alternative experience through great social and political events. One finds in some cases that the experience of women has been completely different from that of men in societies that have been notoriously patriarchal, at least in relation to what is argued of Western societies. Time and space need consideration in evaluating all `women's literature', as do factors of geography and, particularly, history. However, some critics have had the habit of ignoring the voice of the author, in the case of Chinese literature..."
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