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As Pam Morris wrote in Literature and Feminism (1993): Feminist literary criticism as a recognisable practice begins at the end of the 1960s with the project of rereading the traditional canon of “great” literary texts, challenging their claims to disinterestedness and questioning their authority as always the best of human thought and expression.
We see this in the ideological shift in the award-giving culture at this time, and it is positive proof that sustained investigation into an industry works.
We still relegate women’s work to the domestic, the interior, the personal.
Author Pankaj Mishra argued in the New York Times in May that: Novels about suburban families are more likely to be greeted as microcosmic explorations of the human condition if they are by male writers; their female counterparts are rarely allowed to transcend the category of domestic fiction.
But it also reminds us that without this examination things quickly revert to type.
Focusing on recent examples we can see this pattern quite clearly.But in looking at the data of the history of these awards, I noticed a sharp spike in women winning these awards between 19, inclusive.In this decade, the Man/Booker was awarded to five women and seven men; the Miles Franklin went to six novels by men and four by women, while in the US the Pulitzer went to six male authors and two female ones, but the period between 19 saw three years, 1971, 19 where the Pulitzer was not awarded to any book, which, according to the Pulitzer Prize committee, means that no one book was able to “gain a majority vote of the Pulitzer Prize Board”.Researchers from the New York New School for Social Research have shown that reading literary fiction (over popular fiction): While these studies have not looked at gender and empathy, I would hazard a guess that a reader’s ability to view female characters as complex, layered, intellectual beings would have a profound effect on how they view actual women.In a culture that still fetishes women’s appearance, in which women are under-represented on boards, in government and are over-represented as victims of sexual crime, knowing what women think, valuing it, is, I think, one of the most important things we can do.