What Is a Feminist Novel?

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A feminist novel is one which addresses the plight and agenda of the females. The main theme of such novels addresses the issues that affect women such as abuse and violence from their counterparts in marriages. Typically, feminist novels are authored by women writers who easily sympathise and empathise with their colleagues.
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