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Painful choices between the individual and society - On Christa # 8226 ; Wolfe novel \

Author: ZhangYue
Tutor: GaoYanZuo
School: Xi'an International Studies University
Course: German Language and Literature
Keywords: Split the sky Wolfe German literary history Personal and social Heart activity seine Narrative strategy Female literature Text analysis Gesellschaft Personal happiness Emotional breakdown Ideological connotations Verlust Individual choice Rees andere Love Tragedy Work theme Artistic means
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2011
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Christa Wolf is an outstanding representative of the German female literature . Works because of the profound ideological content and innovative creative approach occupy an important seat in the history of German literature , novels skilled female diseases as usual themes and imagery , symbolism and metaphor as an aesthetic means and narrative strategies . Wolf is good at capturing a major theme in real life , to explore the relationship between the individual and the society , to advocate literary works is to the performance of individuals , to know themselves, the process of self-discovery , artistic means like used mainly as a stream of consciousness, montage , runaway reversed etc., to find that the characters' inner mysteries of the performance figures of the inner activities . 1963 split the sky \\At the same time , the works in the community caused by a warm and lasting discussions . You can see from the title work theme is East and West Germany division , but the work is not a political novel , but a description of the tragic love story of the division of East and West Germany , East and West Germany split the big event of the love of youth is to show the reader the sky the split eventually led to the split of love . But eventually led to the rupture of the feelings of love between men and women in addition to split the sky , but the main thing separatist thoughts , the thoughts and aspirations before the lovers went their separate ways . The work through individual choices reveal individual understanding and realization of the process of self has important practical significance to investigate this problem . This will be the text analysis through the analysis of the content and form of the text as a starting point to explore how the hero is a choice between personal happiness and social responsibility , and self-realization .

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