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On the “Other” Images in Jane Eyre from the Postcolonial Feminism
Pages: 76-80
Year: Issue:  15
Journal: Journal of Weinan Teachers College

Keyword:  Charlotte BronteJane Eyrepostcolonial feminism“other”patriarchy;
Abstract: The postcolonial feminism focuses on the position of the marginalized “other” in the governing structure , tries hard to change the relationship between the “subject” and the“other ,” consciously protects the interests of the “other“ and deeply under-stands the women and the third world .Three“other” images in Jane Eyre, that is, Bertha Mason, Miss Ingram and Jane Eyre, re-spectively represent the different destinies and unpleasant experiences of the “other”, which were oppressed by the patriarchy and the colonialism and became marginalized in the patriarchy society .Based on the postcolonial feminism , the paper analyzes these“other” so that people will better understand the western colonial hegemony and the colonized East .In addition, the paper will stim-ulate people to deal with the multi-culture correctly , and to think about some effective ways to make the whole women , still the vul-nerable groups, become completely independent and unchained .Therefore, the human civilization will make more progress and de-velop further .
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