Wildean Ambivalent Dichotomy of Women——Taking An Ideal Husband as An Example
XIN Yuan-yuan;College of Foreign Languages and Literatures, Fudan University;School of Languages and Media, Anhui University of Finance and Economics;
Oscar Wilde is mainly famous for being the representative figure of Aesthetic Movement and the steadfast advocate of"art for art's sake". Although being influenced by the traditional dichotomy of women, Wilde does try to add some personal elements during this process. In one of his social comedies, An Ideal Husband, this wildean characteristic is more obvious. This essay attempts to reveal those hidden images which are employed by Wilde to represent his female characters and tries to show the Wilde's improvement of the traditional dichotomy.
【CateGory Index】： I561.073