Angels of the house: Dickens Victorian Women

  title={Angels of the house: Dickens Victorian Women},
  author={Aşkın Haluk Yıldırım},
Bu makalenin amaci, Charles Dickens’in Viktoryen kadinina bakisini ve kadina dair algisinin romanlarindaki kadin karakterlerin yaratilma surecine etkisini incelemektir. Bu amacla, Viktoryen donemdeki cinsiyet meselelerinin yani sira sosyal reformlarin ve sanayi devriminin 19. yy. Viktoryen Ingiltere’sinde kadinin statusune etkileri tartisilmaktadir. Dickens’in kadin karakterlerini olusturma surecindeki itkileri ve ilham kaynaklari konusunda bir icgoru saglamasi amaciyla gercek kadin figurlerin… 
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