中世纪文学批评与基督教的关系之初探

Fang, Hong (2012) 中世纪文学批评与基督教的关系之初探. Dangdai Waiyu Yanjiu, 382 10: 69-73.

Author Fang, Hong
Title 中世纪文学批评与基督教的关系之初探
Translated title Andrea Levy’s three “Dialogues” with the British Society: an interpretation of small island
Language of Title chi
Journal name Dangdai Waiyu Yanjiu
Translated journal name Contemporary Foreign Languages Studies
ISSN 1674-8921
Publication date 2012-10-15
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 382
Issue 10
Start page 69
End page 73
Total pages 5
Place of publication Shanghai, China
Publisher Shanghai Jiaotong Daxue Chubanshe
Collection year 2013
Language eng
chi
Abstract In Bakhtin’s dialogism, the intertextuality between a specific text and previous texts can be called a “dialogue”. In this sense, the Jamaican English writer Andrea Levy, in her novel Small Island, conducts with the British society three “dialogues”—historical, political and literary respectively. These “dialogues” rewrite the British history during World War II, subvert the legend of the British Empire and the demonic portrayal of the Other by previous writers. These “dialogues” lay a solid foundation for the second generation migrant writers’ redefinition of “Englishness”.
Q-Index Code C1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Non-UQ

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