Volume 6, Issue 5

THE TERMS OF POSTMODERN CHARACTERISTICS IN DANIEL MARTIN NOVEL OF JOHN FOWLES (20150952)

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Abstracts : In this novel, it is hardly a coincidence that Daniel Martin is reproached for his chauvinism by Jenny McNeill in much of the same way as is Miles Green by Erato. The theme of the complicity of the author or the narrator in the creation and propagation of certain male-biased stereotypes of women had already been foreshadowed in FLW, but it is in these three books that it comes out most clearly. This is because of the fact that it is these three books who concentrate on the act of writing fiction itself. It is shown that while fiction can help to deconstruct certain meta-narratives, the author himself (the pronoun being deliberately masculine here) is at times propagating the very stereotypes he trying to deconstruct.
Pages : 98-104
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Modified Date : 2020-05-14
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BAHROMOVA SHOHSANAM IBODULLAYEVNA , ELMIRZAYEVA BARNO XUSHBOQOVNA , XUSANOVA DILSHODA HAYDAVUL QIZI , "THE TERMS OF POSTMODERN CHARACTERISTICS IN DANIEL MARTIN NOVEL OF JOHN FOWLES", JournalNX - A Multidisciplinary Peer Reviewed Journal, Volume 6, Issue 5, ISSN : 2581-4230, Page No. 98-104
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