Misogyny in British Literature
Misogyny, hostility towards women, is a prominent theme that goes through the period of Renaissance in British literature. Unveiling the thread of misogyny entails a closer look at satire, the literary form through which hatred was expressed. In this case, we should first establish a distinction between the two faces of satire: the first being satire as a severe exposure of what in public or private morals deserves rebuke, and satire as a weapon of misogyny, which is the writer's own personal bias accompanied by societal biases.
We can see in the writings of John Donne and Alexander Pope…
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