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A Longtime Riddle and Its Hard-to-find Answer——On the “two women+one man”modein modern Chinese literature

LI jian-jun LIU ping ZHOU hui-qin(Yichun University, Yichun 336000,China)  
The “two women + one man”literary mode is a repeatedly used archetype in modern Chinese literature the origin of the mode can be traced back into the ancient times It was a motif of many narrative stories even then The author has studied the literary works of the 1930’s and 1940’s as a whole In my thesis, by combining other scientific search fruits,I will try to inquire into the mode under the framework of archetypal criticism There are three parts in this article: review of the mode’s history, the mode’s present development and a cultural reconsideration All these three parts will be stung together by the clue of Mode Origin——Mode Displacement——Theory Development The development of the “two women + one man”mode in modern Chinese literature is a epitome of the dialectical development of Chinese social structure, cultural tradition, and group psychology in the first half of the 20th century It is of great academic study importance
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