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《Journal of PLA University of Foreign Languages》 2010-03
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Commodities,Costume and Advertising: An Interpretation of the Consumer Culture in Faulkner's The Hamlet

HAN Qi-qun&YANG Jin-cai  
The Hamlet,a novel in Faulkner's later writing career,unveils the particular type of consumer culture,which found its way in the shops,commodities,costume and advertising in the countryside of American South in the early 20th century.By investigating the consumer culture in the novel,we are able to explore the consumption values of the countryside whites and the transformation of their lifestyle,and moral and ethic values in that period,to analyze the conflicts they experienced between traditional ethic values and modern consumption ones,and finally to better understand the novel's moral and ethic significance.
【Fund】: 江苏省教育厅哲学社会科学研究指导性项目“福克纳晚期作品的主题嬗变”(06SJD750025)
【CateGory Index】: I712.074
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