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A Feminist Reading of the Revolutionary Road

Author: WangXiaoWen
Tutor: TangMeiXiu
School: Changsha University of Science and Technology
Course: English Language and Literature
Keywords: Revolutionary Road Feminism He who Androgyny Harmony
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Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2011
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Abstract


Richard Yates (1926-1992), is considered the greatest writers of the \Yates of these works, the most widely circulated and was known as the \Baida English fiction classic one. In January 2009, according to the original adaptation of the movie of the same name, in one fell swoop won the Golden Globe for Best Actress Drama Laurel and won an Oscar nomination. Novel \From the early 20th century to the 1960s, the world has experienced two world wars, the collapse of the colonial system, the rapid development of feminism in this turbulent period, the majority of female consciousness quietly brewing, these are the Richard Yates the creation of a major impact. Feminist theory and criticism, combined with the historical background of the development of the feminist movement, test interpretation of \There are two dominant ideology of the early feminists, that women as human emancipation and liberation as a woman, it's goal is to eliminate all obstacles to the development of completely prevent women as individuals. All feminist theory has a basic premise: that women worldwide is an oppressed, by the level of discrimination that Simon de Beauvoir in her masterpiece, \He \De Beauvoir's masterpiece, her deep strokes explore the situation and status of women and the emancipation of women put forward some feasible suggestions. She believes that the ideal of women's liberation and the ultimate goal should be men and women together in the case of eliminating differences and harmonious development. At this point, Woolf and de Beauvoir coincides with her androgyny concept is based on this. Woolf hope to better society through ideal \Detail analysis from a feminist perspective, life upbringing and marriage of Love waves in a male society, to show her entire emotional changes course, reflects her desire for self-independent living, yearning for a better life. Love waves extremely tired of the boring and monotonous family life, hoping to get rid of the shackles imposed by society as a whole and therefore the courage to rebel patriarchy, the result is depression and apathy alone to die. Therefore, from a feminist perspective, \Heroine in a male dominated society the love wave due to be placed in the \Women seeking independence and freedom to seek liberation long way to go, and the development of feminism should eventually take the path of men and women live in harmony and selfless love, and the harmonious development of men and women is the way out of a happy family life. Yates through the phenomena of nature, American society morbid own distinctive point of view, the status quo, suffer from the plight of contemporary American \extent, contributed to the awakening of a new generation of American women.

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