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Women reading -- feminist perspectives on Philippine literary texts

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University of the Philippines Press and University Center for Women"s Studies , Diliman, Quezon City
Philippine literature (English) -- History and criticism., Feminist literature -- Philippines., Philippine literature -- Women authors -- History and criticism., Tagalog literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism., Women and literature -- Philippines., Feminism in litera

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Statementedited by Thelma B. Kintanar.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR9550.9 .W6 1992
The Physical Object
Pagination212 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1385331M
ISBN 109711050722, 9711050714
LC Control Number92943815

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Women reading -- feminist perspectives on Philippine literary texts. Responsibility edited by Thelma B. Kintanar. Imprint Diliman, Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press and University Center for Women's Studies, Feminist literature > Philippines > History and criticism.

Philippine literature > Women authors > History and. Women Reading: Feminist Perspectives on Philippine Literary Texts. By Thelma B. K intanai". Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press, This book is a collection of essays on the reading of Philippine literary texts from a feminist consciousness.

It tries to present how the texts are interwoven. Pineda-Ofreneo, Rosalinda (). Tracing a Hidden Tapestry: Women and Literature in the Philippines.

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In Kintanar, Thelma B. (ed.) Women Reading: Feminist Perspectives on Philippine Literary Texts. University of the Philippines Press, Quezon City. Policarpio, Paz (). The.

"Transpacific Filipinas, Made and Remade", Transpacific Femininities: The Making of the Modern Filipina, Philippine–American Literary Relations, – Women Reading: Feminist Perspectives on Philippine Literary Texts. From “The Filipina As Writer: Against All Odds,” critical essay by Prof.

Thelma E. Arambulo. Published in its entirety in Women Reading Feminist Perspectives on Philippine Literary Texts.” Ed. Thelma B. Kintanar. Quezon City: UP Press & University Center for Women’s Studies,The feminist approach holds that most of our literature presents a masculine-patriarchal view in which the role of women is negated or at best minimized (Yap-Patron, ).

Thi s approach to reading and analyzing the chosen texts will look at how Filipino women in the 19th century behave and how they see the world around Size: KB. This is by no means a comprehensive list as we have a lot of women writers from all over the Philippines, specializing in various genres, writing in English and a number of Philippine languages, and across generations.

We think the works of these 10 women writers are worthy of any Filipino's book. Sylvia Mendez Ventura, ‘Sexism and the Mythification of Women: A Feminist Reading of Nick Joaquin's “The Summer Solstice” and Alfred Yuson's “The Hill of Samuel”’in Thelma B.

Kintanar (ed.), Women Reading Feminist Perspectives on Philippine Literary Texts (Quezon City, University of the Philippines Press, ), pp. – ().Cited by: Feminist Perspectives on Philippine Literary Texts. Diliman, Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press and University Center for Women's Studies.

Poem "Ang Maging Babae" (To Be a Woman), reproduced and cited. pp Philippine Book Reviews. Acapulco at Sunset and Other Stories by Cecilia Manguerra Brainard. Pasig City: Anvil Pub.; p. Reviewed by Les Adler in PILIPINAS: A JOURNAL OF PHILIPPINE STUDIES; no, Spring ;   References “The Filipina As Writer: Against All Odds,” critical essay by Prof.

Thelma E. Arambulo. Published in its entirety in Women Reading Feminist Perspectives on Philippine Literary Texts.” Ed. Thelma B. Kintanar. Quezon City: UP Press &.

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Focuses on the evolution of Philippine literature in English written by Filipino women writers. Establishment of the Philippine Writers League; Emergence of erotic-themed writings; Impact of the World War II and the independence of Philippine on feminist writings; Factors influencing the writings of women writers; Examples of Philippine literature in English.

Feminist literary criticism is the critical analysis of literary works based on the feminist perspective. In particular, feminist literary critics tend to reject the patriarchal norms of literature "that privileges masculine ways of thinking/points of view and marginalizes women politically, economically and psychologically," according to Paul Ady, associate professor of English at Assumption.

FEMINIST LITERARY THEORY A Reader Second Edition Edited by Mary Eagleton P u b I i s h e r s A Room of One's Own VIRGINIA WOOLF 9 Literary Women ELLEN MOERS 10 A Literature of Their Own: British Women Novelists from Bronte to Lessing ELAINE SHOW ALTER 14 'What Has Never Been: An Overview of Lesbian Feminist Diary of a Feminist Reading.

The new feminist consciousness is shown in the reviews of these col.

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lections mostly by fellow writers and critics (e.g., those of Evasco by Dimalanta, of Lucero by N. Cruz, and Bobis' by Evasco in ). An important book focussing on the feminist perspective in reading is that ed.

ited by Thelma B. Kintanar (b). Feminist theory is founded on three main principles (Ropers-Huilman, ). Women have something valuable to contribute to every aspect of the world. As an oppressed group, women have been unable to achieve their potential, receive rewards, or gain full participation in society.

Feminist research should do more than critique, but File Size: KB. Because texts are a model for life – novels, plays, poems and movies all affect our way of thinking about the world and what the world should be like.

If our texts are sexist then sexism will seep into our world. Things to look out for if you are reading a text from a feminist point of view: Women presented as one of four basic character types. What is generally understood to be black feminist criticism is a body of critical and creative work written by women of African descent in the United States.

While black feminisms have arisen in other sites of the African diaspora, for example, in Europe and Latin America, the United States has been the site of the most sustained black feminist Cited by: “The Writer and Her Roots,” in Kintanar, Thelma (ed.) Women Reading Feminist Perspectives on Philipine Library Texts, pp.

Quezon City:Author: Hope Yu. In the second edition of Feminist Theory Reader: Local and Global Perspectives, Carole R. McCann and Seung-kyung Kim employ local and global perspectives to decenter Western hegemonic : Xiumei Pu. Radical Feminist Texts Nonfiction only. Boston Women's Health Book Collective.

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In the case of these individuals, the answer is a resounding yes when it comes to. She was also the editor and co-author of “Women Reading: Feminist Perspectives on Philippine Literary Texts” (Q.C., ), the first book of feminist literary criticism published in the.

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Tiempo. Two words, disturbing and brilliant, describe this book along with excellent exegesis applied through a feminist lens to the stories of four neglected women of the Bible. This should be required reading for every person in a position of church leadership and the lay person as well who deserves to be by: The following is a list of feminist literature, listed by year of first publication, then within the year alphabetically by title (using the English title rather than the foreign language title if available/applicable).

Books and magazines are in italics, all other types of literature are not and are in quotation marks. The Women's March on Washington kicks off on Saturday, along with hundreds of sister marches around the globe. If you've still got to get ready for your local demonstration, I have 25 great book.Evolving a Feminist Perspective feminist literary, criticism in general, foregrounds the issues of marginalisation and vituperative discrimination suffered with little or no protest by women writers down the years.

So feminist critics ask how literature represents scrutiny of women's texts.ARCHETYPES OF WOMEN IN PHILIPPINE FICTION 2nd International Conference on Language, Innovation, Culture and Education (ICLICE) 27th th & 28NOVEMBER, 48" breadth of the feminine essence. One of the central issues in feminist literary studies, however, is the question on how do these women authors paint the picture of the femaleCited by: 2.