试析多丽丝•莱辛《金色笔记》中女性主义思想_英语文学论文
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Abstract:

Doris Lessing, the most prolific English writer, has attracted increasing critical attention in the literary world because of the publication of The Golden Notebook in 1962. This paper aims to interpret The Golden Notebook from the perspective of feminism. Based on the special living experience of Doris Lessing and feminism in her works, the paper attempts to focus on illustrating the feminism in Lessing’s The Golden Notebook, analyzing the free women’s pursuit of freedom and the way they get over the difficulties they meet in the process of searching for freedom as well. Finally the paper draws a conclusion that a new model should be set up through understanding to achieve a more harmonious bisexual relationship between men and women.

Key words: Doris Lessing; The Golden Notebook; feminism;

摘要:

多丽丝•莱辛作为一名最多产的英国作家,因1962年《金色笔记》的发表在文学界备受关注。本文旨在从女性主义角度试析《金色笔记》。 根据分析多丽丝•莱辛独特的生活阅历和她作品中的女性主义思想,本文力图重点阐释了《金色笔记》中的女性主义思想,分析自由女性对自由的追求以及探索在追求自由的道路上所遇困难的解决办法。最终本文得出结论:男女之间应该在理解的基础上建立和谐的新模式。

关键词:多丽丝•莱辛;《金色笔记》;女性主义

1.    Introduction
1.1 Doris Lessing
    Doris Lessing (1919- ) was born in Kermanshah, Persia, now Tran. Her father lost a leg in World War I while her mother was a nurse who admired the life of the middle class. In 1924, her parents could not resist the temptation of profitable corn, and then they moved from Persia to distant Rhodesia in Africa with Doris and her brother Harry. Doris Lessing spent her childhood on a farm where she experienced a kind of early freedom from the confinements of the female role which gave her lifelong independence of mind (Pichering 1990). Although they were eager to make a fortune, the one thousand acres of farm eventually could not bring them expected wealth because of his father’s poor management. And the family was in the difficulties of money.

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