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Ramona Mihaila

(In)Visible European Connecting Channels: Mapping Nineteenth Century Women’s Writings


A research of women’s situation in different European societies is based on the observation that the political and historical events which took place in the 19th century, starting with the French Revolution, opened a new way for important social, economic and cultural changes which helped creating Realism in literature.

It is important to draw attention to the impact of women’s presence on the literary scene, and to the emergence of a women’s literary tradition. The promotion of women as writers in the Romanian society was a slow process that became clearer at the end of the 19th century and the first women writers became known as journalists, feminists, or charity supporters.

European (in)visible connections can be found, by mapping the activities of women writers and taking into account:

AsK, September 2012

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