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The Issue of Feminism in “Beach House” Series by M.A.Monroe

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This article demonstrates the place and role of the image of women in the bestselling  of American modern literature, contemporary family saga called “Beach House series” by prominent writer Mary Alice Monroe. It discusses a genuine work of the novelist M.A.Monroe to explore how the author defined, reflected and shaped gender roles. This article discourses on the representation of feminist views in a sympathetic family saga “Beach House series”.


female images
“Southern” woman
“Swimming Lessons”
“Beach House”
“Beach House Memories”
woman question


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Nematillo qizi, K. N. (2021). The Issue of Feminism in “Beach House” Series by M.A.Monroe. "ONLINE - CONFERENCES&Quot; PLATFORM, 99–106. Retrieved from http://papers.online-conferences.com/index.php/titfl/article/view/595
  • Submitted
    22 November 2021
  • Revised
    22 November 2021
  • Published
    22 November 2021