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Title: 女性的垄断 : 商晚筠小说的书写策略与语境 = The monopoly of female: The narrative strategy and context of Shang Wanyun's fiction
Authors: 张丽萍
CHEONG LEE PENG
Keywords: Shang Wanyun,Malaysian Chinese Literature,Female Writing, Female Consciousness,Writing Strategy,Writing Contexts
Issue Date: 3-Jun-2009
Source: 张丽萍,CHEONG LEE PENG (2009-06-03). 女性的垄断 : 商晚筠小说的书写策略与语境 = The monopoly of female: The narrative strategy and context of Shang Wanyun's fiction. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The late Malaysian novelist Shang Wanyun created female characters from both rural and urban landscapes while examining and reflecting on the difficult process of the individual woman's spiritual growth and personality development. This dissertation discovers the strong female consciousness in her works under the guidance of feminist theory. Chapter I states the motives and method of the study. Chapter II gives a description of the author'growth experiences, to better understand the events that led to her awareness of feminism. Chapter III explores the feminist strategies applied in the creation of her male characters. Chapter IV and V analyze the traditional and contradictory female characters created before and after 1983. Chapter VI investigates her intention to subvert patriarchal ideology by constructing female discourse in the area of self-expression, motherhood, desire and lesbianism. In closing, Chapter VII concludes and reiterates what is stated in the foregoing chapters by reviewing her novels.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/15943
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