Swedish Women's Writing 1850-1995
A&C Black, 1 gru 2000 - 360
Provides a survey of women's writing in Sweden, from the beginnings of the struggle for emancipation in the 1850s to the present day. These writers are seen within the political, cultural and economic context of women's lives. Modern critical currents are also assessed and Swedish feminist criticism is considered alongside the French and American traditions.
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Agneta Pleijel becomes Birgitta Trotzig Bonniers born central character century Chapter child conﬁned conﬁrmed conﬂict contemporary context country’s critical culture daughter decades depicted dimensions early Edith Elin Wagner Ellen Key Elsa Grave emerges explored female characters feminine feminism feminist ﬁction ﬁgure ﬁnal ﬁnds ﬁrst book ﬁrst novel ﬁve focus forest Fredrika Bremer gender genre Gunnar Hertha highlighting Ibid identity inﬂuence inspired Kallocain Karin Boye Karin Boye’s Kerstin Ekman Kvinnor language Linda literary litteraturen London major male Mare Kandre Mia’s Moa Martinson modern mother narrative narrator Norstedts novelist oeuvre patriarchal perspective poems poetry political preoccupation published radical reﬂected relationship role Sara Lidman Sarah Death Scandinavian Selma Lagerlof signiﬁcance situation of women Social Democratic society Sonja Akesson Stockholm svenska Sweden Swedish Book Review Swedish literature Swedish women texts traditional translation Ulla Victoria Benedictsson volume wife woman women writers young