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The Narrative Ethics in Ian McEwan’s Novels
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Pages: 72-77
Year: Issue:  1
Journal: Journal of North University of China(Social Science edition)

Keyword:  Ian McEwannarrative ethicsstory ethicsnarrating ethics;
Abstract: Ian McEwan’s novels present ethical conflicts and dilemmas which the people in western world( especially in the modern British society) face,and reflect profoundly ethical problems such as good and evil,transvestite,child abuse,sadismand masochism,money and politics,and self and altruism. On the other hand,the formof his narrative ethics is varied; he mainly uses such ways as revealing the discourse fromthe characters’ mouths,irony,symbolismand choosing narrative perspectives to showhis ethical attitude.
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