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Problem of Women's Emancipation in Russian Poetry of the 1970’s

Student: Mariia Pakhomova

Supervisor: Mikhail Sverdlov

Faculty: Faculty of Humanities

Educational Programme: Philology (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2017

The work offers a comprehensive analysis of the poems written by a Soviet poetesses in the 1970s. In this period a lot of lyrical poems were focused on ”the woman question” which aspects are reviewed in the first chapter. The review of gender policy in Soviet society is also suggested. Motive analysis of the poems allowed to conclude how the problem of emancipation came into focus of women's poetry of the 1970s.

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