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An Analysis of Feminism in Emma

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论文字数:5326论文编号:org201406112156524996语种:英语 English地区:中国价格:免费论文

关键词:女性主义社会生活英美文学Power of AuthorityEmma Woodhouse

摘要:Jane Austens fundamental feminist concerns may be seen from her constant insistence on womens intellectual power. Her firm belief in womens intelligence leads her undoubtedly to revise the conventional female image in popular novels of her day.


Contemporary critics have already found feminist elements in the Austen novels. Of all her works, Emma is often regarded as the most because it shows clearly Austens understanding of and feeling about the problems of women in her society.This thesis deals with the projection of Austens feminist views in Emma.Firstly, Emma is a typical intelligent woman. Although she may make mistakes, she possesses fundamentally sound judgment, equal to and even superior to men. She has self-awareness, an ability of self-criticism. More importantly, Emma has the power of authority which is rare in other Austen heroines. Lastly, Austen shows that women play an important mle in social life. They should participate actively in social activities rather than confine themselves only to a small domestic circle.
Key words: Austen,feminism, Emma, social life

Feminism demonstrates, without any possibility of doubt, that the social sciences are sexist, biased, and rotten with patriarchal values.(Juliet,1996)The historical implication of "feminism" usually means movements for recognition of the claims of women for rights (legal, political, familial, etc) equal to those possessed by men. Women have never ceased to fight for their rights, though the feminist movement in the West did not take any visible shape till the nineteenth century in the name of womens liberation movement. This liberation movement began to subside in the twentieth century as women had gained most of these political and legal rights. The feminism starting in the 1960s has been concerned not so much with the traditional womens rights as with issues more deeply rooted than those for the previous liberation movement. The "feminism" refers chiefly to the theoretical speculations on women and women related subjects as the result of the contemporary womens movement, which is markedly different from the previous feminism.
Although we find problems with research exclusively “on women”, we see an emphasis on research by women as absolutely fundamental to feminist research. We reject the idea that men can be feminists because we argue that what is essential to ‘being feminist’is the possession of feminist consciousness.(Wallace,1995) And we see feminist consciousness as rooted in the concrete, practical and everyday experiences of being, and being treated as, a woman. Feminine consciousness is a particular kind of interpretation of the experience of being a woman as thisis presently constructed in sexist society. No men know what it is to be treated as a woman; and even fewer interpret such treatment in the ways we shall define as central to ‘feminist consciousness’.
Most non-feminist ‘scientific’ explanations of the unequal status of women in society are written in terms of ‘grand theory’, and are particularly good examples of this approach. ‘Grand theories’provide us with abstract, universal explanations, each of which suggests one single ‘cause’ for the inequality of all women in all places and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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