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Diversitate identitară în romanul românesc (1844-1932)

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Diversity and Identity in the Romanian Novel (1844-1932)

This study explores, using intersectionality and quantitative analysis, several axes that help shape the identity of the characters in the fictional worlds from a corpus of approximately 500 Romanian novels published between 1844 and 1932. They are gender, ethnicity/nationality, and class/work. It also briefly analyzes the gender gap in the production of the novel and examines the dynamics between the gender of the authors and the gender of the main character(s) and the person of the narration, by using metadata compiled by our research team and complex searches in the digital corpus.

Keywords: Romanian literature, Romanian novel, axes of identity, intersectional analysis, quantitative analysis.

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