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Survival Whole

Author ZhaoChunQing
Tutor MaoLingZuo
School Chongqing University
Course English Language and Literature
Keywords Patriarchy Sexual oppression Gender Race Ecofeminism
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Type Master's thesis
Year 2011
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Alice Walker (Alice Walker) is an African-American poet, novelist, essay home, feminist and political commentator. She is not only the most outstanding contemporary American literature, one of the most influential writers, but also the outstanding representatives of women's literature and black literature. Walker works quite good, has published seven novels, three collections of short stories, a collection of poetry six, published numerous articles, etc.. Not only that, she also received numerous honors and awards, the 1983 novel \Walker ruthlessly expose internal gender oppression of black families as a spokesman for African American women, is unique in American literature. Her creations are always focused on the survival of the state of black women living in the cracks of the dominant white culture and black male culture, concerned about their suffering and struggle, and actively explore for black women to achieve self fight for independence and freedom of the way out, known as the \Walker's entire creative career, she has been assiduous \Walker novel published in 1998 \Foreign study for the \sexual violence research, narrative skills, little interpretation of the novel from the point of view of the eco-feminist. After repeated study of the fiction text and related literature, the paper tries from the point of view of the eco-feminist text reading, analysis of gender discrimination and sexual oppression against the male-centered novel contains, race against whites Center discrimination and cultural conquest, the conquest of nature center against humanity, in order to achieve the individual integrity of black women at the same time, a black woman to love in the name of tolerance and acceptance of black men, harmonious co-existence of gender, race, as equals, man and nature coexist in harmony complete view of existence.

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