The Narrative Art of the Mill on the Floss
|Course||English Language and Literature|
|Keywords||Hidden arguments Public statements. Free indirect discourse Non - perspective spatial display Perspective Space Show|
George Eliot is a famous novelist of the Victorian era , nineteenth century in England . Her novel esoteric philosophy , are deeply concerned about the ethical , religious , political , delicate depiction of character psychology known . Novel Floss Mill of her early works, and she was only an autobiographical novel . The field of literary criticism for George Eliot research mainly focused on writing techniques , archetypal criticism , research of psychological realism , feminism , religion , and morality . Currently, the analysis of the George Eliot novel systematic reviews from a narrative point of view has not yet formed . The purpose of this thesis is to study the narrative art of the George Eliot novel Floss Mill from a narrative point of view . First, we explore the sophisticated arguments of George Eliot . Arguments of George Eliot novel Floss Mill can be divided into the hidden talk and public talk , covert talk with the author in the mocking tone of the narrative is closely related to public discussion can be divided into explanatory argumentative , critical discussion and overview talk . Then George Eliot article explores the complex means of psychological description , extensive use of that for free indirect discourse . The one hand , the use of this technique can penetrate into the characters inner thoughts and true reflection of the character's inner struggle , on the other hand , has played an integral role in plot development rationality . The third chapter analyzes the dual space of George Eliot delicate presentation skills . In the novel \This chapter explores in depth of both space show the way in the novel . In this paper, from a narrative point of view to analyze the novel Floss Mill , enrich the study and understanding of George Eliot 's broaden the criticism of the George Eliot novel research areas .