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女权与女性:凯瑟琳·安·波特及其塑造的女性形象 文学与文化理论;专著;美国文学;美国 VIP

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吕惠   社会科学文献出版社  2019-08 出版
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凯瑟琳·安·波特是美国文学史上重要的文学流派南方文学的代表作家之一,也是美国女性文学史上的重要作家之一。本书选择了波特全部26篇中短篇小说中的24篇和仅有的一部长篇小说中的女性人物进行分析,研究了不同语境下作者对这些女性人物性别身份的文学再现,全面探讨了波特再现女性性别身份问题的广阔性、复杂性、多样性和个性化等特点。
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