Paradox and Transcendence of Diasporic Immigrant Literature: Taking Middlesex as an Example
- Jia Mu
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- Jia Mu
Available Online August 2014.
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- diasporic immigrant literature, culture identity, Middlesex
- Diasporic immigrant literature as a political thought is not equal to “multiculturalism”, which is not a political antidote for coordinating minorities and majorities. Taking Jeffrey Eugendies’s Middlesex as an example, diasporic immigrant culture is full of paradoxes, among them there are “identity politics” and “politics of difference”, which leads to the situation that the mainstream culture can’t accommodate the immigrant culture because of the differences between cultures and different recognition of identity. Therefore, the best and possible way to solve this problem is cosmopolitanism.
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TY - CONF AU - Jia Mu PY - 2014/08 DA - 2014/08 TI - Paradox and Transcendence of Diasporic Immigrant Literature: Taking Middlesex as an Example BT - 2nd International Conference on Education, Management and Social Science (ICEMSS 2014) PB - Atlantis Press SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icemss-14.2014.47 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/icemss-14.2014.47 ID - Mu2014/08 ER -