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    Title: 隨園女弟子研究-清代女詩人群體的初步探討
    Other Titles: Study on Suiyuan female disciples : the preliminary investigation of female poets in Qing dynasty
    Authors: 施幸汝;Shih, Hsing-ju
    Contributors: 淡江大學中國文學系碩士班
    崔成宗;Tsui, Cheng-tsong
    Keywords: 袁枚;隨園;女弟子;隨園女弟子;女詩人;群體;女性;清代;十八世紀;Yuan Mei;Suiyuan;Female Disciples;Suiyuan Female Disciples;Female Poet;Preliminary Investigation;Women;Qing Dynasty;Eighteenth century
    Date: 2005
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 05:11:15 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 據民初胡文楷《歷代婦女著作考》一書統計,清代女作家有3574
    The fact that there are 3574 female writers in Qing Dynasty is the special phenomenon to the whole world. According to this statistics, the female writers in Qing Dynasty, unlike the previous dynasties, enjoy the characteristics of great populations and forming in-group. Therefore, this phenomenon could be the evidence of superior and improving female status at that time.
    My thesis concentrates on cultural studies of China female writers before Ming and Qing Dynasties. Continuously, it mentions about female studies around the area of Ming Province in eighteen and nineteen centuries. The topic of the thesis is subscribed for the “preliminary discussion.” I hope it could be the beginning step for analyzing the development of female studies, the self-awareness of female status and values.
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