This thesis tries tocontribute its share to the study of George Eliot's works by locating George Eliot's ambivalentfeminist ideas and potential tragic fate of women characters after analyzing the narrativediscourse in her three masterpieces Adam Bede (1858) and The Mill on the Floss (1860) inearly period and Middlemarch (1871-1872) in late period from the perspective of feministnarratology.
The women characters in the novels are created according tothe male author's imagination and wishes, and depictedaccording to the value standards of men and theirrelationships with the male protagonist.
Part three is the focal part of the article. On the basis of previous character analysis, this part refines and summarizes the dramatic and musical techniques utilized in Puccini's female character creation.
The stages of female character development and the connotation beneath each character pave the path of the overall analysis, which explores and comments on the dramatic and musical techniques that Puccini applied to the female character creation.
This dissertation is intended to historically analyze the Italian opera with special stress on the main feminine characters at different times, to try to come to a generalization of the feminine characters at that time in order to reflect different female complexions at different epoch.
Former commentators neglected the harm such values did to feminine characters,who,in the novel,are confronted with 3 questions of the separation of "sex" from "love",identity deficiency and "penis admiration".
indica and can be distinguished from these species mainly by male and female characters.
indica, and can be distinguished from these species mainly by male and female characters.
The female characters in Dylan Thomas's Under Milkwood are examined from a Jungian perspective employing Toni Wolff's framework for analyzing the female psyche as well as female archetypes proposed by Jung.
Contemporary British writers Angela Carter, Jeanette Winterson, and Fay Weldon all employ representations of excessive and powerful female characters in their fiction.
I especially focused on the importance of these courtship behaviours in relation to other female characters, such as size and condition, using multiple regression.
Some male call characters also appeared to be genetically correlated with the female character selected for, despite the rather different structure of male and female calls.
Coitus was rated more favorably for the male character than for the female character, and the reverse was true for masturbation.
Eight scenarios (from visiting various adult web sites to having sex) involving a male or female character in a committed relationship were presented in a survey format.
Male and female participants were presented with scenarios depicting an abusive interaction between two males, two females, or a male and a female character and then made judgements of responsibility either with or without the narratives present.
Gender differences were found as girls were more likely to remember emotion than boys, especially when the emotion action was specifically labeled and a female character experienced it.