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BELARUSIAN

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UNIVERSITY

PHILOLOGICAL

FACULTY

FOREIGN LITERATURE

DEPARTMENT

WOMEN

IN LITERATURE:

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| CONTENTS

| Introduction.. 1. | Re-reading Classics . | Oksana Andruh. Some Aspects of Creativity of English Renaissance Poetesses.. . | Elena Povsun. Special Features of Fictional Design in Charlotte Brontes Villette... 2. : | XX Century Prose: Aspects of Modernism... . | Natallia Lameka. Epiphany in Short Stories of James Joyce and Katherine Mansfield... . | Natallia Beliakova. Russian Theme in Virginia Woolfs Work.... . | Katsiaryna Saladukha. The Phenomenon of Time in Virginia Woolfs Aesthetics and its Artistic Realization in the Mrs. Dalloway... Maria Cndida Zamith. Thinking about Virginia Woolf:

Feminism in the Background.. 3. | Feminism and Culture on a Boundary of Millenia . Virago Press | Natalia S. Povalyaeva. Virago Press and Feminist Publishing Strategies... . :

| Vera Smirnova. Cyberfeminism and Cyberculture:

Vectors of Interaction.. 4. : | After Modernity: Text Play Metatext.. . | Anna Stankevitch. The Phenomenon of Power in Muriel Sparks Novel The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie. . | Victoria Egorova. Playing Shakespeare... . . :

| Hanna Butyrchyk. The Blind Assassin by M. Atwood:

an Attempt of Genre Definition | Notes on Contributors

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Many thanks to Oksana Andruh, Natallia Beliakova, Hanna Butyrchyk, Victoria Egorova, Natallia Lameka, Natalia S. Povalyaeva, Elena Povsun, Vera Smirnova, Ekaterina Solodoukha, Anna Stankevitch, Maria Cndida Zamith for their contribution to this collection.

| INTRODUCTION

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