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On the causes of the tragedy of the Magi

Author: FuJie
Tutor: XiaoMingHan
School: Hunan Normal University
Course: English Language and Literature
Keywords: George Eliot The Mill on the Floss Feminism Female Tragedy Causes Patriarchal society Compromise
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2006
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\Works since inception, it has been favored by the critics but also because at the end and much criticism. Some say its too hasty end , Maggie 's death was not convincing , and no beauty at all . The author attempts to analyze from a feminist perspective to interpret the end of the novel , the heroine and explore their brothers die because of floods and Eliot deep intention. This paper tries to analyze the heroine Maggie with other women and men relationships and conflict in their lives , to reveal Eliot Close this novel 's intention. Novel, women themselves are not aware of their oppression by the fact that male-centered , such as Maggie 's mother never concerned about her daughter as a woman 's feelings ; also Maggie 's cousin Lucy , in full accordance with the standards of the patriarchal society life and shape their own , with no self-awareness and consciousness of resistance . The men in the novel , such as Maggie 's brother Tom, only from the perspective of maintaining the patriarchal oppression of Maggie , grew up on a little Maggie punish mistakes but never about understanding her. While Maggie can get a little comfort from Philip , but Philip himself because of disability and become marginalized community . Li Maiqi get from him is not the mainstream of social recognition and care. Stephen also only partially meet the requirements of the Magi to be loved . Maggie I , both male-centered society side against another side of their compromise , such as Tom, in addition to her revolt , but also very attached to him , needed his care and love , which is not completely opposed to it. The author believes that it is patriarchal oppression of women and the social character of Maggie compromise led to the tragic fate of her last ; And Eliot also want to pass the novel 's depiction of the dark reality of the patriarchal society , calling from both men and women to transform together to create a harmonious society. Otherwise , the old patriarchal society would curb female vitality, even bringing individual women 's death.

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