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SOURCE:    Historical, Philosophical, Political and Law Sciences, Culturology and Study of Art.
Issues of Theory and Practice
. Tambov: Gramota, 2010. № 1. P. 146-149.
SCIENTIFIC AREA:    Philosophical Sciences
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Sarakayeva Elena Alievna
Astrahan State University
Department of English Language of Public Relations Faculty and of Law Faculty

Abstract. In the article feminity created and popularized by Chinese opera is considered. Opera was created by playwrights and actors for male audience that is why the generated image of an ideal woman reflected unreal but desirable feminity for men.
Key words and phrases: гендерная философия, конструкция феминности, кросс-гендерное исполнение, пекинская опера, амплуа "дань", gender philosophy, feminity construction, cross-gender performance, Beijing opera, dramatic type "Dan"
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