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Tragic Consciousness in Song of Solomon

Author: ShuJuan
Tutor: YangJian;SuShunQiang
School: Central China Normal University
Course: Comparative Literature and World Literature
Keywords: Toni Morrison Song of Solomon Tragic consciousness Spirit of Tragedy Double consciousness McCann · Dade Milkman
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Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2008
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Abstract


Toni Morrison is the most famous and most important contemporary African-American writer, is the first African-American writer awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature. Her depiction of black history, destiny and spiritual world as the theme, its courage, personality, point of view and a beautiful, strong writing brought her brilliant academic achievements by academic attention and get world recognition. \one of the writers. The tragedy is the the basic aesthetic form of the human aesthetic activities. When the correct understanding and grasp of the tragedy of human existence by virtue of rational situation tragedy feel mature form of cultural performance, tragic consciousness. \Her masterpiece, \In the novel, the African-Americans between the beliefs of blacks and whites awareness of traditional culture and modern civilization anxious, lost and explore at the same time, always filled with an indomitable fighting spirit, this is the spirit of the black national tragedy. \For a long time, the the Morrison study focuses on cultural studies, gender studies, psychological research, discussed in tragedy research rarely text of Morrison. In view of this, the \Reading level. Tragic traits This paper discusses the following aspects: first defined tragedy theory and outlines a unique sense of national tragedy of African Americans, which would have laid a theoretical understanding of Morrison's \and cultural basis; morphology and characteristics of the Summary of \Third, start from the the tragic figure Dade and Milkman, text reading, in-depth analysis of the tragic origins of African-Americans, black and white cultural conflict, traditional real contradiction, black soul double consciousness and ambivalence . The paper also summarizes the tragedy aesthetic significance and aesthetic characteristics of the \explore a non-marginalized effective path to achieve social trauma treatment, brushed aside the role of the fog. In addition to reveal the Afro-American sense of national tragedy as an innovative point trying to make a new interpretation on the basis of close reading of Morrison's \the Morrison tragedy research problems in the past to make the outside to the inside, by the nature of the phenomenon to new interpretation, in order to make a more profound understanding of macro and innovation at two levels of Morrison.

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