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爱玛中的女性意识研究 [6]

论文作者:www.51lunwen.org论文属性:本科毕业论文 Thesis登出时间:2014-05-25编辑:lzm点击率:10338

论文字数:5924论文编号:org201405251029342114语种:英语论文 English地区:中国价格:免费论文

关键词:the Feminist Consciousness爱玛女性意识英美文学Jane Austen

摘要:The novel by Jane Austen is characterized by the unique feminine and keen realistic insight. Different from the men realistic novelists, she writes from a keen feminine visual angle. Feminist consciousness focuses on the women characters' inner lives during their self- development written by women writers.

love is the foundation of an ideal marriage.
 
Although Emma had a realistic attitude toward marriage, her insistence on mutual love as the very foundation for a marriage never changed. In Emma's opinion, it was a dreadful mistake for a woman to go into marriage without love. Emma is clearly aware of the importance of love to a successful marriage and she tells Harriet that she should be a fool to marry without love.
 
However, Emma's emotional awakening comes late and she has been led astray several times. Fortunately, she realizes her genuine affection for Mr. Knighdey at last.
 
At the beginning of the novel, Emma is not interested in marriage at all. She is even determined to remain single—“I have none of the usual inducements of women to marry… Fortune 1 do not want; employment I do not want; Consequence I do not want.” With a considerable property of thirty thousand pounds, Emma can escape many poor women's fate of being forced into a marriage. Apart from this, she is always occupied with various affairs, whether in her own house Hartfield or in the community of Highbury. She is the mistress of Hartfield and the leader in Highbury.
 
Emma's resolution on celibacy is somehow shaken with the arrival of Frank Churchill. Frank, vigorous and agreeable, is a stereotyped gentleman who is supposed to be irresistibly attractive to young women. The whole Highbury considers Frank the appropriate husband for Emma, including Mr. Knightley. Emma is, in fact, impressed by Frank's manner and tries to convince herself that she falls in love with him. But with the passage of time, Emma is increasingly sure that Frank is not the appropriate spouse for her and attempts to make a match between Harriet and Frank after the former is rescued by the latter from a gipsy attack Emma later frankly confesses to Mr. Knightley that she appreciates Frank only because “my vanity was flattered, and I allowed his attention, and allowed myself to appear pleased”.
 
In the meantime, Emma is always attached to Mr. Knightley, although she is not conscious of it yet. Emma admires his tall, upright figure, respects his opinions and cares for his welfare. Emma's dislike for Jane Fairfax actually partly stems from Mr. Knightley's excessive concern for Jane. When Harriet reveals her affection for Mr. Knightley, Emma eventually realizes that she has been always in love with him.
 
When all the misunderstanding has been cleared, the novel ends with the union of Emma and Mr. Kightley. In the process of looking for true love, both Emma and Mr. Knightley find the importance of the other in their respective life. This mutual affection is the very foundation of their happy marriage.
 
Second, Emma’s marriage also reflected that equality is the key to an ideal marriage.
 
Jane Austen's perception of marriage includes a very important idea that is unique among her contemporaries. She holds that equality between husband and wife is the key to an ideal marriage. In an age when women are thought to be inferior to men, even in the domestic sphere, the proposition for women's equal position in matrimonial relationship is truly daring and subversive
 
In Emma, the only marriage characterized by equality is the match of Emma and Mr. Knightley. Conventionally, the man is supposed to be in a dominating position. He commands论文英语论文网提供整理,提供论文代写英语论文代写代写论文代写英语论文代写留学生论文代写英文论文留学生论文代写相关核心关键词搜索。
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