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Alternative title: 毒瘾难戒 中的反文化与女权主义问题
Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 Counterculture and Feminism in Monkey Grip
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'Monkey Grip, Australian writer Helen Garner’s debut work,marks a significant turning point in the history of Australian women’s writing.By placing this novel in its historical context,this essay aims to point out the affinity between female writing,counterculture movement and second-wave feminist movement.In Garner’s writing,through assimilating positive elements of the New Left and the feminist movement, avant-garde women are able to claim with pride their female subjectivity.'

Source: CAOD.

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