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Interpretative Vortex in Mansfield Park: A Check of “Figure-Ground” Theory from Deconstructive Perspective

@inproceedings{Jie2016InterpretativeVI,
  title={Interpretative Vortex in Mansfield Park: A Check of “Figure-Ground” Theory from Deconstructive Perspective},
  author={Lu Jie},
  year={2016}
}
Traditional “Figure-Ground” theory focuses on the mutual relationship between figures and grounds as well as reader’s voluntary adjustment of their attention to change the stale orientation of the original figures and grounds. The essay checks the implement of “Figure-Ground” theory in Jane Austin’s Mansfield Park from a deconstructive perspective and finds through the blending of figures and grounds, coexistence of primary and secondary figures as well as juxtaposition of grounds, many… 

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