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dc.contributor.author郑秀芳
dc.date.accessioned2018-11-26T08:40:13Z
dc.date.available2018-11-26T08:40:13Z
dc.date.issued2016-08-08
dc.identifier.citation海外英语,2016,(15):191-195
dc.identifier.issn1009-5039
dc.identifier.otherHWYY201615082
dc.identifier.urihttps://dspace.xmu.edu.cn/handle/2288/165374
dc.description.abstractIn Midnight's Children,frequently seen are the words like"hole","segment","crack",and the damage and loss of bodily function such as amnesia,which is called a"phenomenon of fragmentation"in this paper.In terms of the phenomenon,the characters of three generations in Midnight's Children are analyzed.It is found that colonial culture exerts a long-lasting impact on its colonized people,under whose influence generations of colonized people find it hard to negotiate their dual cultural identities.This happened to India.Postcolonial Indians had fragmented identities.Furthermore,the phenomenon also reflects that India was a fragmented nation,whose nationals desired peace,unity,and prosperity.
dc.description.abstractIn Midnight's Children,frequently seen are the words like"hole","segment","crack",and the damage and loss of bodily function such as amnesia,which is called a"phenomenon of fragmentation"in this paper.In terms of the phenomenon,the characters of three generations in Midnight's Children are analyzed.It is found that colonial culture exerts a long-lasting impact on its colonized people,under whose influence generations of colonized people find it hard to negotiate their dual cultural identities.This happened to India.Postcolonial Indians had fragmented identities.Furthermore,the phenomenon also reflects that India was a fragmented nation,whose nationals desired peace,unity,and prosperity.
dc.language.isozh_CN
dc.subjectcultural identity
dc.subjectMidnight' s Children
dc.subjectfragmentation
dc.subjecthybridity
dc.titleFragmented People in the Fragmented Country in Midnight's Children:Viewed from the Perspective of “Fragmentation”
dc.title.alternativeFragmented People in the Fragmented Country in Midnight's Children:Viewed from the Perspective of “Fragmentation”
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