Not only did Wang Meng create a large number of women's images in his works, but his themes were also thoughtful of women's problems in society at that time. Wang Meng's interest in female groups such as schoolgirls and intellectual women, as well as her interest in family, and her new image of women also reflect the changes in the thinking of 20th century Chinese society.
Under the influence of his personal experience and the times, Wang Meng had his own unique views on the women of his time. On the one hand, he cherishes the hard-won liberation process of women and encourages them to pursue social construction. On the other hand, she reflected on the individualistic trend and overall westernization brought about by the May 4th Movement. Wang Meng wrote about women with distinct characteristics of the times. She created a new group of women with traditional gentle, virtuous virtues and self-esteem. Wang Meng also recognized the specific existential difficulties of suppressing and sacrificing the individual consciousness of the new woman. and began to advocate the idea of gender equality in the family, They are also wary of Western eyes that materialize and solidify traditional Chinese female characteristics. As a result, he enriched and enriched his view of women, showing the progress and limitations of his view of women.