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The Aesthetics of Death and Female Family Writings in Jiang-yun's "The Prisoners of Robur"
"The Prisoners of Robur"
The Aesthetics of Death
Female Family Writings
|摘要:||The Chinese female writer, Jiang-yun, depicts the rise, the scattering, and the decline of the Fan family. She also portrays the death of more than ten main characters: all the men died of accidents while the women either committed suicide or were murdered. Praising the family's scattering and decline with tragic, romantic tones, and recollecting the different positions women have occupied with the changing times, the writer views women's gaze as the ”counter-gaze” in response to men's gaze, and hints at the fact that the men's death is a transformation from prosperity to decline. In addition, when it comes to the evolutionary changes of times, the writer centers on the influence on the women brought by the changes, as well as on the women's spiritual attitude and response to the family. In the text, there is a world constructed by the women's spirits, where only those who exude strong feminine temperament can reach. Finally, this paper discusses the traumas resulting from ”death”, and considers how traumas shape, affect the parent-child interaction as well as the close and alienated relationships between individuals and the family. With the ability of shuttling between death and the lost paradise, the Fan's women recovered from danger and traumas, which reveals their pursuit of life from death and uncovers the family's story.|
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