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A Study of the Sexual Politics in the Female Gothic Poetry Christabel

Author WangYiZuo
Tutor LiZeng
School Northeast Normal University
Course English Language and Literature
Keywords Christa Esther Bell Coleridge Female Gothic Gender Politics
Type Master's thesis
Year 2010
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Samuel Taylor Coleridge is an important writer of the British Romantic period, the critics. His poetic talent in its three representatives poems: \Of which, the first two masterpiece compared to \Bell \This resulted in a such a situation: a large number of relatively small Christa Esther Bell \Religious factors, mysterious factors limited research perspective Analysis \As for \Overall Christa Esther Bell \Except on the studies mentioned angle, \Research and development of Gothic literature to the 20th century, started several new steering link gender and genre \\\Starting from concrete poetry text of the poem women Gothic genre characteristics and which potential gender politics. This thesis consists of three chapters and an introduction and conclusion. Introduction section introduces the background of the creation of this poem, Research in this poem at home and abroad, based on the topics of the research methods and research value. Chapter from the background environment, characterization, plot, setting, narrative characteristic aspects of the characteristics of the \Chapter II from the perspective of gender politics, analysis the poem portrayed on behalf of the men in the eyes of Angels \u0026 Demons Christa Esther Bell and Kyrgyzstan if small, and they represent a symbolic significance;, also male characters on The female characters in the so-called \Chapter heroine Christa Esther Bell face of patriarchal manifested compromise, dependent and confrontation; This chapter also analyzes the the Kat cytorhodin character implication subversive theme. The conclusion of the paper pointed out that \the ambivalent attitude is both a compromise, dependent confront the theme of gender politics.

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