(English) JANE EYRE – A VICTORIAN REPRESENTATION OF A FAIRY TALE

Posted On Nov 11 2015 by

Din păcate acest articol este disponibil doar în Engleză Americană.


HOW WOMEN TALK WITH/ABOUT MEN IN THE POSTMODERNIST NOVEL

Posted On Jul 27 2012 by

My paper tries to deconstruct and re-construct the sexual identity/gender roles freed from the patriarchal restrictions imposed by society through the voice of a postmodernist female writer (Iris Murdoch) who analyses a man’s fall, failure (sexually, artistically, sentimentally) in her novel The Black Prince; the female writer aims at: re-defining femininity and masculinity, refusing the transformation of the woman into a sexual object for the male consumers, rejecting pornography and violence against women within a family or a relationship. Women are not attributed features like: self-sacrifice, patience, obedience, etc. which might destine them for the role as a mother, wife …