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  1. D) Toril Moi
  2. A.A Room of One’s Own
  3. B) Mary Woolstonecraft
  4. A) Feminine, feminist and female
  5. C) Simon de Beavior
  6. C) Sarojini Naidu and Kamala
  7. D) Alice Walker
  8. B) Virginia Woolf’s A Room of One’s Own
  9. A) Simon Beauvoir
  10. C) Simon de Beavior
  11. C) Sarojini Naidu and Kamala
  12. D) Alice Walker
  13. B) Virginia Woolf’s A Room of One’s Own
  14. A) Simon Beauvoir
  15. C)   (iii)      (iv)  (i)       (ii)
  16. A) A Room of One’s Own
  17. B) Mary Woolstonecraft
  18. C) Angela Carter
  19. D) Mary A stell’s A Serious Proposal to the Ladies
  20. A) (A) makes complete sense in the light of (R).
  21. C) Lacan’s concept of the gaze
  22. C) I and III are correct.
  23. C) I and IV
  24. C) both gender and class differences
  25. C) both class and gender
  26. C) Feminist literary critics argue that the traditional canon is justified.
  27. C) (a) and (d)
  28. C) II and III
  29. A. 1949
  30. B. Virgina Woolf
  31. C. sex and genders
  32. A. Dale Spender
  33. B. Hamlet
  34. D. None
  35. B. Rational Feminism
  36. A. A feminist phase (1880 – 1920)
  37. C. A female phase
  38. A. Elaine showlter
  39. A. Gynocriticisk
  40. D. Virginia Woolf
  41. A. Gynocriticism
  42. A) Helene Cixous
  43. B) and (c)
  44. C) I and III are correct
  45. C) II and III
  46. D) Kafka
  47. C) I and IV
  48. C) Angela Carter
  49. B) Feminist literary critics offer a criticism of the construction of gender
  50. D) Alice Walker
  51. D) Ferdinand de Saussure’s sign
  52. D) BaniBasu’sThe Enemy Within

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