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ספרים ספרים 1 - 10 מתוך 11 עבור Thus, when a woman comes to write a novel, she will find that she is perpetually....
" Thus, when a woman comes to write a novel, she will find that she is perpetually wishing to alter the established values — to make serious what appears insignificant to a man, and trivial what is to him important. "
Rewriting God: Spirituality in Contemporary Australian Women's Fiction - עמוד xiii
מאת Elaine Lindsay - 2000 - 308 דפים
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Comedy and the Woman Writer: Woolf, Spark, and Feminism

Judy Little - 1983 - 224 דפים
...might result. The reason for this is that women's values are differ* ent from those of men: "Thus, when a woman comes to write a novel, she will find...insignificant to a man, and trivial what is to him important."17 As her work demonstrates, by "established values," Woolf implies basic attitudes, heliefs,...
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The Spectacle of Women: Imagery of the Suffrage Campaign 1907-14

Lisa Tickner - 1988 - 334 דפים
...not always hold to the same values but where she differs it is the woman who will appear the deviant, 'perpetually wishing to alter the established values...him important. And for that, of course, she will be criticised; for the critic of the opposite sex will be genuinely puzzled and surprised by an attempt...
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Dance of the Sexes: Art and Gender in the Fiction of Alice Munro

Beverly Jean Rasporich - 1990 - 223 דפים
...probable. . . that both in life and in art the values of a woman are not the values of a man. Thus, when a woman comes to write a novel, she will find...perpetually wishing to alter the established values. . . . And for that, of course, she will be criticized; for the critic of the opposite sex will be genuinely...
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Unmanning Modernism: Gendered Re-readings

Elizabeth Jane Harrison, Shirley Peterson - 1997 - 196 דפים
...and in art the values of a woman are not the values of a man. Thus, when a woman comes to write . . . she will find that she is perpetually wishing to alter...to a man, and trivial what is to him important. And lor that, of course, she will be criticized; for the critic . . . will be genuinely puzzled and surprised...
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Toward a New Psychology of Gender

Mary M. Gergen, Sara N. Davis - 1997 - 626 דפים
...or abused. ". . . both in hfe and in art, the values of a woman are not the values of a man. Thus, when a woman comes to write a novel, she will find that she is perpetually wishing to alter the estabhshed values— to make serious what appears insignificant to a man and trivial what is to him...
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Feminisms: An Anthology of Literary Theory and Criticism

Robyn R. Warhol, Diane Price Herndl - 1997 - 1207 דפים
...might well "find that she is perpetually wishing to alter the established values [in literature] — to make serious what appears insignificant to a man, and trivial what is to him important."4" "The 'competence' necessary for understanding [a] literary message . . . depends upon...
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Margaret Atwood: Works and Impact

Reingard M. Nischik - 2000 - 344 דפים
...probable, however, that both in life and in art the values of a woman are not the values of a man. Thus, when a woman comes to write a novel, she will find...insignificant to a man, and trivial what is to him important. (Woolf 1929, 49) Atwood's version focuses on what has traditionally been left out of the dystopia....
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The Obstacle Race: The Fortunes of Women Painters and Their Work

Germaine Greer - 2001 - 373 דפים
...however, that both in life and in art the values of a woman are not the values of a man. Thus . . . she will find that she is perpetually wishing to alter...him important. And for that, of course, she will be criticised; for the critic of the opposite sex will be genuinely puzzled and surprised by an attempt...
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Toward a Feminist Philosophy of Economics

Drucilla K. Barker, Edith Kuiper - 2003 - 349 דפים
...Irene van Staveren [B[oth in life and in art the values of a woman are not the values of a man. Thus, when a woman comes to write a novel, she will find...insignificant to a man, and trivial what is to him important. (Virginia Woolf 1998 [1958]: 51) Introduction This essay explores the extent to which a reading of...
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Literature After Feminism

Rita Felski - 2003 - 195 דפים
...seems, we have a compelling illustration of a theme that Woolf takes up several times in her essays: "when a woman comes to write a novel, she will find that she is permanently wishing to alter the established values — to make serious what appears insignificant...
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