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Author LiQiang
Tutor Zhang
School Henan University of Science and Technology
Course English Language and Literature
Keywords Male weakness Lawrence Industrial Revolution Feminism
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Type Master's thesis
Year 2009
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This paper analyzes the text of \Known as the English novel pioneering work in the novel , and has become the most widely read English novels. Previous comments on the novel more from the perspective of women , the article from the male perspective to interpret the novel . Difficult to find by reading the novel , Lawrence was in the description of the relationship between social background and characters showing male weakness that idea. We note that the industrial revolution has seriously damaged the physical and mental health Morel , so men should lose some vigor ; William in order to survive , get married, have worked hard, and eventually overwork death ; while Paul would enter the factory gates Yisha like entering Longkou , while the dragon is cruel, greedy , evil symbol. Describe the relationship between men and women , the authors will use feminist theory to analyze the novel several important female figure . Morel, in contrast with the struggle with his wife were at a disadvantage ; Mrs. Morel to William and Paul's control, and they are too dependent on the mother emotionally caused by failure of love , spiritual and physical separation can not be achieved self ; Paul in spirit and flesh were m vertical control that they can not find Clara Ann male self-esteem , so we can conclude : fiction man in decline. Firstly, the review of previous studies based on the proposed new perspectives ; thus on the Industrial Revolution caused debilitating patriarchal analysis , followed by the feminist theory , the work of characterization and analysis of male-female relationships combine to further illustrate the patriarchal weakness ; finally come to exist in the above analysis combining novel idea - male decline.

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