Translation for 'domesticity' from English to Russian
NOUN   domesticity | domesticities
хозяйственность {ж}domesticity
семейная [домашняя] жизнь {ж}domesticity
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Usage Examples English
  • In addition, the story explores themes of domesticity, welfare, and success.
  • All three books confront the meaning of domesticity, work, and social hierarchies while exhibiting an underlying discomfort with the unyielding strictures of Victorian domesticity, and a disengagement from the broad political and social concerns of her earlier books to the more narrow political and social concerns of working farmers and rural people.
  • ... 1965–72), addressing the photographic representation of women and domesticity.
  • "Sylvia's Death" holds a consistent theme of suffering and death at the hands of female domesticity throughout the entirety of the poem.
  • Her solo show A Day At Home was described by The Huffington Post as "a surreal meditation on domesticity and self-destruction".

  • Susan Low-Beer is a Canadian ceramic artist whose figurative work explores psychology, domesticity and women's experience.
  • Set from approximately 1960 to 1990, the novel ultimately explores the themes of power, politics, sociality, gender, domesticity and culture.
  • A sense of gracious rural domesticity is engendered by its wide verandahs and piazza and spacious living rooms.
  • With its focus on the manifestations of domesticity and motherhood, critics have compared her work to Western feminist art , she has rejected that characterization.
  • The exhibition incorporated film and advertisements which addressed nostalgia, domesticity and gender roles.

  • One of the women Surrealists, Oppenheim in this work combines the domesticity of the tea set (part of the traditionally feminine decorative arts) with the eroticism and animality of the fur covering.
  • Continuing his preoccupation with objects of domesticity, Leaving Home was a solo show exhibition at Gallery Krinzinger in Vienna.
  • The extraordinary ‘fracas’, which disturbed the quiet round of domesticity at Olney in April 1784, was almost certainly due to Cowper's perception of a latent jealousy of Lady Austen in the mind of his older friend.
  • Her third publication, "American Housewife" (Doubleday: 2016), is "a sharp, funny, delightfully unhinged collection of stories set in the dark world of domesticity".
  • Conventions of domesticity in the nineteenth century reinforced the idea that women should remain at home to look after the family.

  • A sense of robust, rural domesticity is engendered by its wide verandahs and piazzas without balustrade; spacious, well-ventilated living rooms; and the use of oversized elements, such as the hunkering roof, large, closely spaced verandah posts and large openings.
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