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CNAA / Theses / 2007 / June /

Evolution feminine poetry the 60′- 80′ generation.

Author: Veronica Popa
Degree:doctor of philology
Speciality: 10.01.01 - Romanian Literature
Scientific adviser: Eliza Botezatu
doctor, professor, Moldova State University


The thesis was presented on the 8 June, 2007
Approved by NCAA on the 20 December, 2007


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CZU 821.135.1”19”(478).09(043.2) 821.135.1.09”19”(o43.2)

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Evolution, poetry, poetical atmosphere, poetess, archetype, anymus, anyma, androgyny, symbolism, mithes, conemporary, structures symbolic (al)


We think that feminine poetry was less studied from many reasons: one of them believes in some prejudices and supposes that is hasn’t enough ideas.

Other reason is that many literary critics and simple receivers don’t accept a division of literature onto sexes. Even many feminine authors don’t agree that exist a feminine poetry, this literature however has a specific character. I talked this topic, because I want to come true this specific character.

The last decade’s 21’st century of firs new prospects of interpretation. The postmodernists avoid “the prejudices” and open new windows for cognition and self – cognition.

In the first decades of 20’th century the feminine literature enriched, divided and rose “ its building “ ( Tudor Vianu).

The 60′ th generation recognized in this era as “a lyrical explosion”. In this period also appear a chorus of feminine voices (Stefan Augustin Doinas) .

They were differentiated as lyrical vision , tonality and theme.