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Ageeva, Vera
Zhenskoe Prostranstvo
Feministicheskii Diskurs Ukrainskogo Modernizma
[ Women`s space : Feminist discourse of Ukrainian modernism]

Zhinochii prostip: Feministichnij discurs Ukrains`kogo modernismu
Transl. from Ukranian by O.M. Mel`nik
Moscow:  Ideia-Press, 2008
304 p
pbk. 14 x 21 cm
ISBN: 9785733300375
Language: Russian
One of the components of European modernism at the end of the 19th-early 20th centuries was the so called "battle of the sexes", or in another words, the feminist movement in European culture. The image of "the new woman" was also characteristic for the Ukrainian culture. Ukrainian modernist writers were looking for special elements of women`s writing, their own style and topics. This book is about "the women’s space" inside the Ukrainian culture and their specific characteristics. The monograph features: Mariia Bashkirtseva, Lesia Ukrainka, Olga Kobylianskaia and other women artists of Ukrainian modernism. Bibliography.
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