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George Eliot’un The Mill on the FlossRomanında ‘Kadın Konusu’na Bakışı

George Eliot’s Attitude to ‘Woman Question’ in The Mill on the Floss

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Abstract (2. Language): 
The aim of this study is to point out some difficulties faced by intelligent and sensitive women in the Victorian Age. George Eliot, one of the leading figures of the Age, studies the influence of the society on women who have been thought to be quick and shallow and have weak opinions. Maggie Tulliver, the chief concern in this article, is a representative of Victorian women who experience the dilemma between the need for love and the need for an opportunity or occupation which could satisfy her spiritual and intellectual hunger.
Abstract (Original Language): 
Bu çalışmanın amacı19. yüzyıl Viktorya Döneminde akıllıve duyarlıkadınların toplumda karşılaştıklarısorunlara işaret etmektir. Dönemin önemli kadın yazarlarından George Eliot, bu makalenin de ana konusu olan The Mill on the Floss romanının kahramanıMaggie Tulliver’ın tipik bir Viktorya kadınıolarak duyduğu sevilme ve kendini gerçekleştirme ihtiyacıarasında yaşadığıdaimi ikilem ve çektiği sıkıntılar üzerinde durmaktadır.

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Calder Jennie. Women and Marriage in Victorian Fiction. London: Thames and
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Eliot, George.The Mill on the Floss. London: Penguin books, 1979.
Houghton, Walter E. The Victorian Frame of Mind. U.S.A.: Yale University Press,
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Moglen, Helene. Charlotte Bronte: The Self-Conceived. New York: W W Norton
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Parkes, Bessie Rayner. Essays on Woman’s Work. London: Alexander Strahan, 1865.
Pearson, Carol and K. Pope. The Female Hero in American and British Literature.
Hong Kong: The Macmillan Press, 1981.

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