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Article "Gender, violence and corporeality in Manfroné"

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Страницы / Pages 94-108
Тип / Type [RAR] – Научная статья
Коды / Numbers [УДК] 821.111
Заглавие / Title
Гендер, насилие и телесность в «Манфроне» А. Радклифф
Gender, violence and corporeality in Manfroné
Авторы / Authors
Токач Рика
Соискатель докторской степени по современной английской и американской литературе,
отделение английского языка,
Будапештский университет или Университет имени Лоранда Э́твёша
Takács Réka
PhD candidate of modern English and American literature doctoral program,
department of English,
Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary
Аннотация / Abstract
Статья посящена тематике пола, телесности и насилия в готическом романе писательницы Анны Радклифф «Манфроне» («Manfroné»). Автор анализирует образ руки, представляющий важный символ романа; у женщин образ кисти используется для выражения пассивности, а у мужчин – для выражения социального поведения.
The aim of the article is to adumbrate the relationship of gender, corporeality and violence in Mary Anne Radcliffe's Manfroné with a special focus on authorial treatment of the hand, as well as its social and literary implications. The hand is apparently a prominent symbol in the novel as it features in the title and crops up in climactic moments, always to threaten the heroine's integrity. The first two sections of the article discuss the diverse connotations of hands and arms in female and male corporeal behaviour: while the limbs of women tend to highlight female inactivity, the description of male movements of the hand and arm seems to emphasize the owners' capability of socially as well as self-destructive behaviour. Finally, a handful of examples from contemporary literature will serve to delineate the significance of the hand and arms in a wider social context; namely, the commodification of the female body in the hands of expanding masculinity that attempts to eradicate equalizing femininity.
Текст / Text
Introduction The present study aims at displaying…
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Ключевые слова / Keywords
Женская готическая литература
гендерные исследования
английская литература девятнадцатого века
Female Gothic
gender studies
English literature in the nineteenth century
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Токач Р. Гендер, насилие и телесность в «Манфроне» А. Радклифф // Язык. Словесность. Культура. – 2014. – № 4. – С. 94-108.
Takács, R. (2014) Gender, violence and corporeality in Manfroné. Yazyk. Slovesnost'. Kul'tura [Language. Philology. Culture], 4, pp. 94-108.

Выходные архивные данные филологического журнала № 4 за 2014 год «Язык. Словесность. Культура», в котором размещена статья / Publisher's imprint of the journal of philology "Language. Philology. Culture", where the article posted.