An eco-feminist Interpretation of Alice Monroe's Short Story "Dear Life"
Keywords:Alice Monroe, Female consciousness, Feminism.
The inequality of social status between men and women has always been one of the social problems warmly discussed in novels. Alice Munro is a contemporary Canadian woman Author, awarded the 2013 Nobel Prize in Literature, is known for describing women's lives, inspiring them, and guiding them; William Faulkner is an American, the representative writer of the Southern Renaissance, who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1949, represented women in the American South through a series of female characters, the sympathy of tragic fate led the trend of female consciousness in America at that time. This paper discusses the female consciousness in Alice Monroe's novel and analyzes the awakening of female consciousness.
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