- 칼라 퍼플에 나타난 흑인 여성의 정체성연구
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- The identity of an Afro-American Woman in The Color purple
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- 한국 해양대학교
- 흑인 여성들이 어떻게 성과 인종과 계층에의해 억압받았으며 그런 상황들을 극복해나가는가를 다루고있다. 앨리스워커는 흑인 페미니스트 계통의 작가이다. 그녀는 작품에서 성, 인종, 계층의 억압을 그리고있다.그녀의 작품은 성의전쟁에 촛점이 맞추어져있다.작품에서 흑인 소녀 씰리는 노예로 , 남자들의 희생물로, 전통적인 성 역할과 인종차별과 수 많은 사회 부정의에의해 그녀의 삶은 시작 되었다.사랑은 그녀의 고통을 치료하고 자신과 주위의 사람들을 용서하고 사랑하는 그녀의 삶의 과정을 보여준다.
This thesis aims to study how Afro-American women are repressed by class, race, and gender. Black feminists have argued that the Afro-American critical theories which emerged during the Black Arts Movement of the late sixties and seventies were overtly masculinist. There is an assumption that the black feminist critics will necessarily be black women because white and black men both view things from a male perspective. Alice Walker belongs to the tradition of black feminist writers.
She depicts class, race, and gender oppression in her works. Her works are focussed on the war of gender. Her most famous work is The Color Purple(1982). She depicted racial and gender discrimination that she had experienced during her childhood in her family. Walker was born in rural Georgia in the South of the United States of America. She was the eighth and the youngest child of sharecropper.
In The Color Purple Celie tells her story. Celie represents the black women of the South. She writes letters to God in which she tells about her life. Her roles as daughter, wife, sister, and mother. In the course of her story she meets a series of other black women who shape her life: Nettie(Celie's sister, who becomes a missionary teacher in
Africa), Shug Avery(the blues singer her husband Mr.- is in love with), and who ironically becomes Celie's salvation. There is also sofia, the strong willed daughter-in-law whose strength and courage inspires Celie, and Squeak who goes through an awakening of her own. Throughout the story Celie is the center of the community of women, the one who knows how to survive. She is uneducated and she is writing exactly as she speaks and thinks. There is nothing artificial about her writing style. The most distinctive characteristic about Celie's letters are their naturalness. However, it will be a long time before she gains enough self-esteem.
Celie began her life as a virtual slave, the victim of men, of traditional sexual roles, of racism, and of innumerable social injustises. She has struggled for many years, keeping alive the memory of Nettie, believing in Nettie, despite the fact that she had no proof that Nettie was still alive. This is testamony to Celie's courageous spirit. as is Celie's love for Nettie and for Shug, which finally allows her to forgive her husband, for all of his intentional cruelty. Love heals heartaches, and love leads Celie to forgiveness and reconciliation. When the novel ends, Celie is solid. Love has sustained her. She has learned how to love herself and to share love despite continually cruel pressures. She has endured and learned how to love herself and to share love despite continually cruel pressures. She has endured and learned to fight and she has won her battles.
What Walker demonstrates most clearly in her novel is that one has to make his or her own world. She trusts one's potential ability to change and in her words to survive wholly.
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