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The concept of gender continues to be a central issue in literary and cultural studies, with a significance that crosses disciplinary boundaries and provokes lively debate.
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Language Editing Service. In this study I intend to shed more light on the problem of subjectivity from a feminist perspective. All the above mentioned figures believe in the constructivity of identity formation: that Clarissa's identity, far from being given in advance for her to step into, emerge over time through discursive and other social practices; her identity is inflected and constructed by ideologies of gender and other social constructs. These interactions between language and gender on the one hand, and feminist theory on the other, are of tremendous significance in this study. The present study challenges the essentialist notion that identities in general, and gender identities in particular, are inevitable, natural and fixed. I conclude that Clarissa Dalloway, as a social being, is not able to achieve a stable and unified position as a subject and her struggles are frustrated and ultimately lead to defeat of constructing a unified subjectivity.
Source : Man Made Language publ. Just the Introduction reproduced here. Women are aware that male superiority is a myth and they deal with this knowledge in numerous ways. Their response to 'enlightenment' may range from disillusionment to elation, from masking their feelings in an attempt to hide their disappointment and preserve the myth, to outrightly declaring their knowledge in an attempt to explode it. But male superiority is not to be confused with male power: only one is a myth which can be exposed and eradicated by knowledge, by a change in consciousness. While they are different, however, they are also inextricably linked, for male superiority has served as a justification for male power. Any exposure of the false nature of male superiority, while not a direct assault on male power, is an indirect attack which undermines it.
MEN'S ISS U E'. GENDER, LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 3. Virginia Woolf. WOMEN AND FICTION. 4. Cora Kaplan. LANGUAGE AND GENDER.
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CHAPTER I Language and Gender Our individual speech does not… free us in any simple way from the ideological constraints of our culture since it is through that forms that articulate those constraints that we speak in the first place. Cora Kaplan Language is the most powerful medium of representation. The categories and distinctions of any given language are often considered natural and they subscribe to the external reality. But language is not simply a vocabulary shared by a given group of individuals.
Access options available:. Robinson explains that "each of these contributes its historic specificity to social conditions and to the destiny and consciousness of individual women They are social definitions, based on the existence and interaction of groups of people and of historical forces.
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course on language and gender at the LSA Linguistic Institute at the University of Cora Kaplan has suggested that beyond such material constraints, the.
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