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Towards Harmonious Coexistence Analyzing Doris Lessing Writing’s Multi-Motifs Phenomenen from Ecofeminism Perspective

Author LuoYan
Tutor WangErBo
School Guangxi University for Nationalities
Course Comparative Literature and World Literature
Keywords Doris Lessing Multi- theme Ecofeminism Harmonious coexistence
Type Master's thesis
Year 2009
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Doris Lessing (Doris Lessing, 1919 -) The offer unique range of styles , British novelist , known literary grandmother and literary evergreen \British literary binary \Excellent heavy literary achievements of the 88 -year-old Lessing epic writer of women's experiences with the suspect , the imagination and vision of a divided civilization examine \Doris Lessing in her 60 - year writing career , wrote nearly 30 novels , 80 short stories, two plays , a collection of poems , as well as multiple proceedings and memoirs . Lessing 's creation drawn extremely broad , related to multiple topics and areas . Creation from throughout Lessing different stages of the three basic themes - race , gender , and naturally , the eco- feminist ideology excavated Lessing works behind , turn from ecofeminism vision interpretation Lessing creative theme phenomenon . Ecofeminism late 20th century feminist criticism towards criticism forefront theory , it attempts to explore the to belittle interracial belittle the special relationship between women and demeaning natural to identify the cause of intermarriage , women , and the natural root of oppression - patriarchal culture , advocated the establishment of a new relationship between a culture and culture , male and female , human and natural harmony . Analysis and interpretation of this article focused on wealthy representative Doris Lessing's writing career four novel \, pointed out that the the Lessing creative theme constantly transfer and cross behind she is looking to build a multicultural symbiosis , harmony, human beings and the natural ecological ideal of \

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