The Traumatic Issue of Being the “Other”: The Study of Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Height from Elaine Showalter’s Perspective

سال انتشار: 1400
نوع سند: مقاله کنفرانسی
زبان: انگلیسی
مشاهده: 306

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تاریخ نمایه سازی: 12 شهریور 1400

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Feminism as a socio-political concept is an important movement related to the trial of women for breaking the gender gap in every aspects of life. This study aims at portraying the feminine attitudes and emotions that cause hopefulness in women’s life and creation of their own literature through surveying the selected novel of the famous female novelist, Emily Bronte. This novel signifies the internal problems of women, namely, love, muliebrity, passion, and feelings of women toward living in the world of patriarchy as minor members of society. Eighteenth century is always considered as an era of restricted rules and laws for women who were not able to liberate themselves from dogmatic world of men. This article manifests emancipation of so-called forbidden emotions of women by focusing upon the feminization of the eighteenth century characters of Wuthering Heights and creation of a new framework for next generations of female novelists and writers with no limitation in portraying their femininity. Feminism as a proper solution and universal issue investigates the controversial problems of women in creating and expressing their feelings by examine Bronte’s masterpiece


Mohaddeseh Kharazmi

Kharazmi University

Sohrab Mosahebi

Kharazmi University