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The Awakening of Feminism in the Joy Luck Club

Author ChenXiaoFeng
Tutor PengJiaHai
School Hubei University of Technology
Course Foreign Linguistics and Applied Linguistics
Keywords Feminist Consciousness Discrimination He who Narrative
Type Master's thesis
Year 2009
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Amy Tan (Amy Tan) A Chinese American women writers by the United States and even around the world welcome her first novel , \up to nine months and won the National Book Award awards . thus won readers and critics appreciate and highly praised With the continuous development of feminist literature , the research point of view after another . I found the novel \This thesis is divided into a total of six chapters , the first chapter reviews the major works of Amy Tan and his literary status , and then introduced the main content of the novel \I found the researchers talk about the works and more from the perspective of cultural exchanges and ethnic identity . The second chapter is the nature and type of introduction to feminist consciousness . The third chapter describes the gender discrimination suffered by women in a patriarchal society in \Mothers in old China was humiliated and daughters in the United States today are discrimination . Chapter IV is the paper core part of the feminist consciousness of the role of women in the novel , that they are the first person to tell their own stories , to fight for their share of power and happiness . I think that as a female Chinese writer , Amy Tan , gender and cultural suffered a double edge . In mainstream American culture , as outsiders , she is \Even so , Amy Tan Mei protagonists but the courage to break the silence , against the gender discrimination , the courage to speak their own voice , to tell their story in first person , especially hi moms Luck Club in China experience to educate their daughters , and ultimately they achieved victory , won happiness .

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