Shakespeare: A Comparison of the Role of Women in His Plays, and in Society at the Time
If we were to look at studies today, we would have to say that feminist criticism is, unfortunately, not yet a methodology; these critics can be new, psychoanalytic, historical, or textual. Although feminist critics are, broadly, feminists, they are usually male as well as female, political as well as scholarly, theoretical as well as practical. Unlike Marxism or psychoanalysis, feminism lacks the single influential figure and the foundation of theoretical texts from which basic assumptions and methodology are created. …
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