课程代写:女人的梦想

课程代写:女人的梦想

女人会忘记所有她们不想记住的事情,也会记住所有她们不想忘记的事情。梦想就是真理。然后他们采取相应的行动和行动”(赫斯顿)。

在这样的背景下,我们应该注意到,“梦”的概念为这部小说提供了一个不同的范例,因为珍妮冒险去梦想一个理想的生活和爱情。这是她的梦想和渴望找到一个真正的爱和自由成为她追求的指导动机。简妮所在的社区认为爱情和婚姻是女性生活中一个重要的部分,是她作为女性角色的完成。它不一定要有情感依附。妇女不应怀有雄心壮志。这可能对她的生存和社区的生存都是致命的。她必须在最简单的梦想上生存,并履行她丈夫的从属角色。她的角色仅限于家务,因为她每天要做家务和照顾孩子。

课程代写:女人的梦想

简妮对爱情和婚姻的看法最初是由她的祖母保姆塑造的,她以前是奴隶,抚养过简妮。在她年轻的时候,保姆曾梦想有一个自己的家庭,但她的梦想没有实现。甚至她的女儿叶莉也被强奸了,她的女儿是简妮。奶奶的失望和沮丧被表达了出来,她把珍妮看作是嫁给一个值得尊敬的男人,娶一个体面的妻子的最后希望。

“啊,我是奴隶出身,所以我不能实现我的梦想,一个女人应该是什么,应该做什么。达特是奴隶制的支持者之一。但是没有什么能阻止你的愿望……啊,我不想被用来做工作箱……啊,甚至恨你出生的方式。但是,所有的人都说感谢上帝,我又得到了一次机会”(赫斯顿)。

课程代写:女人的梦想

“Women forget all those things they don’t want to remember and remember everything they don’t want to forget. The dream is the truth. Then they act and do things accordingly” (Hurston).

In the light of this context, it is to be noted that idea of “dream” has rendered a different paradigm to this novel as Janie ventures on to dream an ideal life and love. It is her dream and desire to find a true love and liberty that becomes the guiding motivation of her quest. Janie’s community perceives love and marriage as an important segment of a woman’s life that completes her role as a woman. It need not necessarily have an emotional attachment. Women must not harbor ambition. It could prove fatal to her existence and to that of the community. She must survive on the simplest dream and fulfill the subservient roles to her husband. Her roles are confined to her domestic duties as she would run daily chores and look after the children.

课程代写:女人的梦想

Janie idea of love and marriage is first shaped by her grandmother, Nanny, who was an ex-slave and had raised Janie. In her youth, Nanny had dreamt of having a family of her own, but her dream did not materialize. Even her daughter Leafy was raped whose daughter was Janie. Nanny’s heaving disappointments and frustrations are voiced as looks upon Janie as the last hope who might marry a respectable man and settle a decent wife.

“Ah was born back due to slavery so it wasn’t for me to fulfill my dreams of whut a woman ought to be and to do. Dat’s one of de hold-backs of slavery. but nothing can’t stop you from wishing’ … Ah didn’t want to be used for a workbox … Ah even hated de way you was born. But, all de same Ah said thank God, Ah got another chance” (Hurston).