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《Journal of Anshun University》 2019-03
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Crossing from Immanence of Otherness to Transcendence of Ego——On the Feminist Image of Jane Austin's“Pride and Prejudice”

GUO Xiaoqing;The Normal Branch of Changzhi College;  
Jane Austin,the British women novelist,presented the destinies of women in flourishing Victorian Era with montage style by scrutinizing females' living conditions in various English Social Class.As"otherness",they were on the edge of society and suffered a lot.Meantime,their fates were determined by male with"ego".To most women,marriage was not based on love,but a means to make a living and become a number of the first class society.At that moment,a female would like to cross the immanence of"otherness",she must improve her consciousness of"otherness",set her teeth to master her fate,and be self-esteem,self-reliance,self-improvement,and self-love in the course of love.Elizabeth,as the representative of the females in the new era,as the pioneer of feminist movement,was an successful example of bridging the interior of otherness.
【CateGory Index】: I561.074
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