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    How do you think women are presented in Literature? [authors/characters]

    Over Literary History great progress has been made within the role of women in terms of Literature, Charlotte Bronte is now a celebrated author rather than a woman hiding behond a male sudonym, feminist criticism is now widely accepted as a general analysis and is not sensationalised nearly as much [arguably].

    I am writing a project with the title 'How the presentation of women in literature has changed over significant periods in literary history' and I would really like to gage some opinions?

    Thank you!

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    confidentially pleased cacian's Avatar
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    The same as they presented in films,TV and in reality. No changes there I am afraid.
    What you read is what you get and so the answer is amonsgt you and the women you meet on a daily basis.
    They do say things are never that far away from what you think.
    it may never try
    but when it does it sigh
    it is just that
    good
    it fly

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    It's a very broad topic. How are you going to structure it?

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