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浅析《达洛卫夫人》中的死亡与平衡

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An Analysis of Death and Balance in Mrs. Dalloway英语论文浅析《达洛卫夫人》中的死亡与平衡

摘要弗吉尼亚•伍尔夫在其年少时期经历了亲人的离别之痛,这无人能感同身受的阴霾加剧了她的精神疾病,致使死亡在其小说中成为一个永恒的主题。无论是在其意识流小说代表作达洛维夫人中,还是在其生活经历之中,无时无刻不体现出一种向死而生的倾向,而这恰好和弗洛伊德的死亡本能学说不谋而合。本文将结合伍尔夫的经历以及弗洛伊德精神分析学说,对书中的死亡隐喻和死亡本能进行分析,并提出笔者的独特观点,即世间万物均在平衡中找到死的意义、生的希望。28853
关键词  弗吉尼亚•伍尔夫 达洛维夫人 死亡本能 平衡
毕业论文外文摘要
Title       An Analysis of Death and Balance in Mrs. Dalloway    
Abstract
Virginia Woolf experiences the pain of losing her closest relatives in her early youth. The unendurable desperation which cannot get consolation from others deteriorates her mental disease. Therefore, death becomes an eternal theme in her works. Whether it is in her masterpiece of stream of consciousness writing - Mrs. Dalloway or in her own life experiences, the shadow of Thanatos is conspicuous in every line. However this brings into correspondence with Freud’s Psychoanalysis-----Thanatos. This thesis attempts to analyze the metaphor of death and the death instinct by integrating the life experience of Virginia Woolf and Freud’s Psychoanalysis in order to share a different view of balance in the novel. The balance in the universe can offer a meaning to death and a hope to live on.
Keywords  Virginia Woolf   Mrs. Dalloway   Thanatos    balance
Table of Contents
1  Introduction    1
1.1  The Brief Introduction of Virginia Woolf,Mrs. Dalloway and Freudian Psychology    2 源自[六^维$论'文}网(加7位QQ3249`114 www.lwfree.cn
1.2  Literature Review    3
2  Death in Mrs. Dalloway    4
2.1  The Development of Woolf's Concept of Death    4
2.1.1   Shadow of Family    4
2.1.2   Trauma of War    5
2.2  Death in Mrs. Dalloway    5
2.2.1   Clarissa Dalloway: Death of Soul, Walking Dead    6
2.2.2   Septimus Warren Smith : Death of Body, Sublimate Soul    7
3  The Fusion of Woolf’s Concept of Death in Mrs. Dalloway and Freud’s Psychoanalysis    9
3.1  Freud’s Psychoanalysis-----Thanatos    9
3.2  Reflection on Mrs. Dalloway    9
4  Balance in Mrs. Dalloway     12
Conclusion    14
Acknowledgments    15
References    16
1 Introduction
1.1 The Brief Introduction of Virginia Woolf, Mrs. Dalloway and Freudian Psychology
  Virginia Woolf (1882-1941) was an English female writer, regarded as one of the excellent modernist and feminist literary figures of the 20th century. Her father - Leslie Stephen(1832-1904)was a famous biographer and literary critic. He shared his rich collection of books with Virginia, giving her the chance to indulge herself into the surrounding that all those notabilities gathered together in her home talking or debating. Although all her brothers went to college, she had a teacher paid by Leslie to teach her Greek and Latin at home. After Leslie noticed her talent for literature, he even encouraged her to be engaged in writing. All those experience finally contributed to Virginia’s literary background and the great achievement in her life. During the interwar period (the period between the end of the WWI and the beginning of WWII), Woolf was a significant figure in London literary society and a central figure in the influential Bloomsbury Group of intellectuals. Suffering from serious mental disease, she had several breakdowns in life and always confronted severe headaches, but she achieved many masterpieces which will always touch a chord for readers. The disorder of her mind from time to time eventually led her to the edge of suicide. On April 28th, 1941, Virginia Woolf filled her pockets with stones and ended her life by drowning herself in the River Ouse, leaving suicide notes for her husband Leonard Woolf and her sister. 浅析《达洛卫夫人》中的死亡与平衡:http://www.lwfree.cn/yingyu/20181007/23854.html
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