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dc.contributor.author周雪冬
dc.date.accessioned2018-11-26T08:40:20Z
dc.date.available2018-11-26T08:40:20Z
dc.date.issued2016-02-20
dc.identifier.citation台州学院学报,2016,38(01):41-44,53
dc.identifier.issn1672-3708
dc.identifier.otherTZXB201601009
dc.identifier.urihttps://dspace.xmu.edu.cn/handle/2288/165422
dc.description.abstract从新历史主义角度对比分析《红字》与《伟大的盖茨比》:两者皆书写大众的历史,尤其关注边缘化女性的话语权。《红字》的海斯特与《伟大的盖茨比》的黛西均在文化特性、权力斗争和意识形态等三方面受社会制约,却创造了不同的女性个人历史。海斯特受宗教与男权压迫,却执着于爱情与自我救赎;而黛西推崇享乐主义并依附男权,最终沦为物质奴役。在历史大背景下,独立的品格和坚定的信念对书写女性个人历史有重要意义。
dc.description.abstractThis paper, based on the theories of new historicism, constructs a comparative study be-tween The Scarlet Letter and The Great Gatsby. Both of them narrate discourses of histories of the com-mon, especially that of the marginalized women. Hester from The Scarlet Letter and Daisy from The Great Gatsby are both influenced by mainstream culture, power struggle and ideology of the society,but creating different personal histories. Hester experiences the restraint of religion and patriarchy, butstill sticks to her pursuit of love and redemption, while Daisy indulges herself in hedonism and de-pends on men, and eventually loses her true love and independence. Under the historical background,independent personality and persistent belief are of great significance for the creation of women's per-sonal histories.
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dc.subject大众的历史
dc.subject海斯特
dc.subject黛西
dc.subject品格
dc.subjecthistories of the common
dc.subjectHester
dc.subjectDaisy
dc.subjectpersonality
dc.title书写大众的历史——《红字》和《伟大的盖茨比》女性比较研究
dc.title.alternativeHistory of the Common——A Comparative Study of Women in The Scarlet Letter and The Great Gatsby
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