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"Literatura femenina" en Israel

Arna Golán
Estudios de Asia y Africa
Vol. 21, No. 3 (69) (Jul. - Sep., 1986), pp. 368-397
Published by: El Colegio de Mexico
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40313017
Page Count: 30
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Abstract

It is only Recently that women started writing fiction in Hebrew. From that period, until the creation of the State of Israel their production was rather limited especially if we compare it to literature produced by men during that same time. Also, the critics paid little attention to it. It is only after the creation of the State of Israel that women writers grow in number and in importance, especially in the sixties when we can speak of a real blossoming of literature written by women. Yet, literary criticism does not look into this literature as one having its own peculiar "feminine" character but rather takes what it considers to be an "igualitarian" perspective. In this article the historical background of the above mentioned problems is analized as well as the traits of the fiction produced by women in different periods.

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