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《Journal of Ankang University》 2017-06
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Silence and Violence: An Interpretation of Coetzee's Disgrace

ZHANG Bingfei;College Foreign Languages,Zhejiang Normal University;  
The silence of Lucy in Disgrace is a hot topic for scholars to study the book and the author Coetzee. Lucy's refusal of telling is based on ethics of care,and with this ethical view, she has been lenient with one of the criminal the teenager; her depression in response to the rape has resulted in her loss of her right, to be a victim and not to tell her experience to the police; in this New South Africa,she has to rely on the black man to live on the farm.
【Fund】: 浙江师范大学外国语学院基金项目“库切和关怀伦理”(16SYLYB009)
【CateGory Index】: I478.074
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