Cars, Attachments and Architectures - A Study of Setting in The Reivers
文档分类: 语言文学 文档上传会员:sugar 上传时间:2017-10-20
文档价格: 1000金币立即充值 包含内容: 完整论文 文章下载流程
文章字数: 4107 字 (由Word统计) 文章格式: Doc.docx (Word) 本站文章可以通过查重吗?
文章简介: 加入收藏


As the nineteenth novel of William Faulkner, The Reivers is narrated by Lucius’s grandfather, who recalls his experience of stealing a car when he was a child. This novel is particularly noteworthy in the detailed description of such setting as the living surroundings of the characters as well as objects possessed by them. This thesis analyzes the setting from three aspects: cars, attachments and architectures in The Reivers, and explores the contributions that the setting makes to the changes both philosophy and psychology in this novel.
Key words:  The Reivers, setting, car, attachments, architectures
1. Introduction -1
2. Demonstration 2
2.1 Cars as Setting -2
2.1.1 Car as the landscape 2
2.1.2 Car caught in Hell Creek 3
2.1.3 Juxtaposition of car and horse 4
2.2 Attachments as Setting -5
2.2.1 Clothes -5
2.2.2 Diamonds 6
2.2.3 Gold teeth 6
2.3 Architectures as Setting-7
2.3.1 McCaslin’s Camp -7
2.3.2 Dilapidated building 8
2.3.3 Village store -8
3. Conclusion 9
Works Cited -11
Bibliography 12

上一篇:An Analysis of the Symbols in Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man
下一篇:Feminism in Woolf’s A Room of One’s Own
相关文章推荐: TAG: 《掠夺者》