Proceedings of the 2014 International Conference on Education Technology and Information System (ICETIS 2014)

Judging British Feminism from Pride and Prejudice

Authors
Shaobin Zhou
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Shaobin Zhou
Available Online August 2014.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/icetis-14.2014.104How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Jean Austen; Pride and Prejudice; Britain; feminism
Abstract
the novel Pride and Prejudice created by British novelist Jane Austen is a typical representative masterpiece of feminism, which described the equal social status and embarrassed life condition of the female in the then current British society. By shaping the new female image of the heroine Elizabeth, the author praised the good desire of the female at that time to pursue self-dignity and independent personality, expressed the female’s rebelling and challenging to the traditional culture of make priority and marked that the females hunted for the feminism thought of self-liberation. Of course, the feminism thought of the author in this novel also had some shortcomings due to the limitation of development of times, but this does not influence its important enlightenment to the modern society.
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Proceedings
2014 2nd International Conference on Education Technology and Information System (ICETIS 2014)
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Advances in Intelligent Systems Research
Publication Date
August 2014
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978-94-62520-27-1
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1951-6851
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https://doi.org/10.2991/icetis-14.2014.104How to use a DOI?
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