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Secular transformation of life Nirvana

Author: ChenYangJia
Tutor: ZhuYanYan
School: Beijing Jiaotong University
Course: English Language and Literature
Keywords: Postcolonial feminism Patriarchy Racial Discrimination Sexism Black White Love
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2009
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John Updike (John Updike ,1932-2009), is the set of American novels, short story writer, poet, playwright, essayist and critic in a contemporary American literary master. \contemporary middle-class soul artist. 1980s and 1990s the rise of post-colonial feminist theory and cultural background for the post-colonial feminist texts \In recognition of postcolonial feminism patriarchy is an important factor in the oppression of women, while gender issues on race, colonialism and colonial relations to explore various factors required to fully reflect all women, especially women in the oppressed state the situation. Postcolonial feminists advocate women must fight against all forms of patriarchal oppression, demands basic human rights, equality and freedom from discriminatory treatment possible. This postcolonial feminist theory, the hero and heroine of the novel and its social environment in which to make a deep analysis, a total of five parts. Chapter 1 Introduction section will briefly describe John Updike Its Literature, feminist theory and postcolonial novel \Chapters II and III, respectively, primarily through the analysis of novel heroine complexion and soul \trauma. The fourth chapter analyzes the novel heroine against gender discrimination against racial discrimination and the contribution, although this individual women's powerless to resist her into the abyss of self-destruction, she was unable to escape the shackles of patriarchal gender oppression, even become a slave to love, but it is precisely this kind of self-sacrifice, to bring the racial integration and women's liberation new hope; fifth chapter concluding section concludes the paper and concluded: racial catastrophe brings the black community, gender discrimination brought tremendous physical and mental oppression of women as well as the two major social problems lead to the \Innovation of this paper is to focus on the heroine \\This also gives the film thesis opportunities for innovation. Expect this to feminist research inject new vitality, opening up new perspectives, but also for the eradication of racial and gender discrimination issues and make due efforts!

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