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Jacob Burckhardt’s view that Renaissance European women “stood on a footing of perfect equality” with Renaissance men has been repeatedly cited by feminist scholars as a prelude to their presentation of rich historical evidence of women’s inequality. In striking contrast to Burckhardt, Joan Kelly in her famous 1977 essay, “Did Women Have a Renaissance?” argued that the Renaissance was a period of economic and social decline for women relative both to Renaissance men and to medieval women. Recently, however, a significant trend among feminist scholars has entailed a rejection of both Kelly’s dark vision of the Renaissance and Burckhardt’s rosy one. Many recent works by these scholars stress the ways in which differences among Renaissance women—especially in terms of social status and religion—work to complicate the kinds of generalizations both Burckhardt and Kelly made on the basis of their observations about upper-class Italian women.

The trend is also evident, however, in works focusing on those middle- and upper-class European women whose ability to write gives them disproportionate representation in the historical record. Such women were, simply by virtue of their literacy, members of a tiny minority of the population, so it is risky to take their descriptions of their experiences as typical of “female experience” in any general sense. Tina Krontiris, for example, in her fascinating study of six Renaissance women writers, does tend at times to conflate “women” and “women writers,” assuming that women’s gender, irrespective of other social differences, including literacy, allows us to view women as a homogeneous social group and make that group an object of analysis. Nonetheless, Krontiris makes a significant contribution to the field and is representative of those authors who offer what might be called a cautiously optimistic assessment of Renaissance women’s achievements, although she also stresses the social obstacles Renaissance women faced when they sought to raise their “oppositional voices.” Krontiris is concerned to show women intentionally negotiating some power for themselves (at least in the realm of public discourse) against potentially constraining ideologies, but in her sober and thoughtful concluding remarks, she suggests that such verbal opposition to cultural stereotypes was highly circumscribed; women seldom attacked the basic assumptions in the ideologies that oppressed them.

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当前版本由 感觉自己萌萌哒 更新于2015-10-27 14:13:28 感谢由 感觉自己萌萌哒 对此题目的解答所做出的贡献。
第二段中,提到了K的优缺点,先是缺点,然后是优点进行了解释。
A suggest that Krontiris’s work is not representative of recent trends among feminist scholars
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B undermine the argument that literate women of the Renaissance sought to oppose social constraints imposed on them
原文相反:Krontiris is concerned to show women intentionally negotiating some power for themselves (at least in the realm of public discourse) against potentially constraining ideologies, but in her sober and thoughtful concluding remarks, she suggests that such verbal opposition to cultural stereotypes was highly circumscribed,作者说女性在反对social constraints imposed on them是有限制的,并没有否认这一点
C show a way in which Krontiris’s work illustrates a “cautiously optimistic" assessment of Renaissance women’s achievements
K认为女性在一些方面是取得了一些power,但是在一些方面是有限制的。符合前面提到的cautiously optimistic
D summarize Krontiris’s view of the effect of literacy on the lives of upper- and middle-class Renaissance women
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E illustrate the way in which Krontiris’s study differs from the studies done by Burckhardt and Kelly
文中无涉及K与第一段两个人的方法的不同
当前版本由 BJ**** 更新于2016-03-13 22:15:46 感谢由 BJ**** 对此题目的解答所做出的贡献。

这道题原文的排版有问题,且没找到报错的地方,莫非只有做题的时候才能报错?这样设计不科学


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    275925rf

    目的题往前面找论点和论证
    找到Nonetheless, Krontiris makes a significant contribution to the field and is representative of those authors who offer what might be called a cautiously optimistic assessment of Renaissance women’s achievements, although she also stresses the social obstacles Renaissance women faced when they sought to raise their “oppositional voices.”这句话,
    和最后一句话相对比可以看到这句话的中心意思是K做了贡献,是谨慎乐观评估的代表,强调了表达反对声音时候的社会阻碍
    最后一句话中心思想是K被认为表达了女性在为自己协商权力,但同时such verbal opposition是具有局限性的,恰恰加强了倒数第二句cautiously和social obstacles的论点。
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    对应Krontiris is concerned to show women intentionally negotiating some power for themselves (at least in the realm of public discourse) against potentially constraining ideologies, but in her sober and thoughtful concluding remarks, she suggests that such verbal opposition to cultural stereotypes was highly circumscribed
    
    sober and thoughtful就说明了K的分析是cautious的,讲到了她这个claim (women intentionally negotiating....ideologies)是有局限性的
    0 0 回复 2019-05-09 11:44:44
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