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005 Quiz 4 Hawley gender

005 Quiz 4 Hawley gender - 6 Hawley draws attention to the...

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Name ____________________________ SAST 005 / MUSC 165 S12 Quiz 4 Hawley, longing and gender 1. Poetry about a human's relationship to the divine in South Asia is always expressed in the woman's voice. T / F 2. There are many female sant-poets in the bhakti tradition T / F 3. Surdas was a) a female poet contemporary to Mira b) a male poet contemporary to Mira c) a later male poet 4. Hawley in this article says that in Hindu textual tradition on the whole, a) women are seen as more vulnerable than men b) women are seen as more powerful than men c) men and women's roles often shift and reverse 5. Hawley looks at suffering as depicted in Surdas' poetry as compared to Mira's and finds that
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Unformatted text preview: 6. Hawley draws attention to the archetypal season associated with separation in North Indian Hinduism, which is a) spring b) winter c) the dry season d) the rainy season 7. He makes a connection between that season and a) the Goddess b) Krishna c) Shiva 8. Hawley suggests that the themes of female suffering by male poets were a) a backlash to the growing social power of women b) revelations attained through meditation and philosophy c) related to male anxiety over separation from the mother 9. He says that the religious literature of separation, focused on women's suffering a) was first inspired by women poets b) has the mark of male authors 10. The aesthetic of separation, he says a) is a man's game b) is a woman's game c) is actually non-gendered...
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