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                           (代写英语论文)弗吉尼亚·伍尔芙在自己的房间里的女权主义思想 

 Virginia Woolf's Feminist Ideology on A Room of One's Own 
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众所周知,弗吉尼亚·伍尔夫是二十世纪英国文坛最重要的一位女作家,她是二十世纪意识流的代表人物之一,然而弗吉尼亚·伍尔夫不仅仅是作为一名小说家而闻名于世,而且是现代女性主义文学批评的重要先驱,她独特的女性意识体现在其文学作品中,表达她对当时男女不平等地位的不满。本文拟探究生活对伍尔夫女性主义思想的影响,并用其著名的同性双体观分析她的女权主义思想名篇《一间自己的房间》。
文章分为四个部分,第一部分介绍了作者和作品,第二部分介绍了女性主义及生活对伍尔夫女性主义思想形成的影响,第三部分介绍了作者著名的同性双体思想及其在一间自己的房间中的体现,最后一部分是总结。
 
关键词: 弗吉尼亚·伍尔夫;女权主义思想;双性同体;一间自己的房间
 
Abstract
As is known to all, Virginia Woolf is a distinguished English novelist, who is famous for her experimentation with the form of novels and is one of the representatives of the stream of consciousness of the 20th Century. Virginia Woolf is not only known for her status as a novelist, she is also a precursor of feminist literary criticism of the twentieth century. Her unique female consciousness runs through the whole literary works. She expresses her discontented feeling in her works. This paper intends to describe the influences of life over Woolf’s feminist views, and analyze her feminist ideology work A Room of One's Own informed by androgyny.
The thesis consists of four parts. The first part of this thesis introduces the author and her literary achievements. The second part gives a brief review on feminism and probes into the influence of life on Woolf’s feminist thoughts. The third part describes Woolf’s famous androgynous thoughts and analyze the book A Room of One’s Own from a androgyny perspective. The last part is the summary of the whole thesis. 
 
Key words: Virginia Woolf; feminist ideology; Androgyny; A Room of One's Own
 
Contents
 
Chapter 1 Introduction 4
1.1 Brief Introduction to Virginia Woolf and Her Major Literatury Achievements 4
1.2  A Brief Introduction of A Room of one’s Own 5
1.3  Literature Review 6
Chapter 2 Feminist 8
2.1 A Review On the History of Feminist 8
2.2 The Influence of Life Over Woolf’s Feminist Views 8
2.2.1 Her Parents’s Influence 9
2.2.2 The Influence of Bloomsbury Group 9
Chapter 3 The Idea of Androgymy in A Room of One’s Own 12
3.1 What Is Androgymy 12
3.2 A Room of One’s Own 13
Chapter 4 Conclusion 16
References 17
Acknowledgements 18
 
 
 
Chapter 1 Introduction
1.1 Brief Introduction to Virginia Woolf and Her Major Literatury Achievements
Virginia Woolf was an English novelist and essayist regarded as one of the foremost modernist literary figures of the twentieth century.
During the interwar period, Woolf was a significant figure in London literary society and a member of the Bloomsbury Group. Her most famous works include the novels Mrs. Dalloway (1925), To the Lighthouse (1927), and Orlando (1928), and the book-length essay A Room of One's Own (1929) with its famous dictum, "a woman must have money and a room of her own if she is to write fiction".
Early life: Born Adeline Virginia Stephen in London to Sir Leslie Stephen and Julia Prinsep Stephen, she was educated by her parents in their literate and well-connected household at 22 Hyde Park Gate, Kensington. Virginia’s parents had married each other after being widowed and the household contained the children of three marriages: Julia’s children with her first husband Herbert Duckworth: George Duckworth; Stella Duckworth; and Gerald Duckworth. Laura Makepeace Stephen, Leslie’s daughter with Minny Thackeray, who was declared mentally disabled and lived with them until she was institutionalised in 1981 to the end of her life; and Leslie and Julia’s children: Vanessa Stephen; Thoby Stephen; Virginia; and Adrian Stephen.
Being the youngest and the most beautiful child in the family, Woolf even suffered more than she could suffer. When she was only six years old, her half-brother Gerald abused her, then another half-brother George did the same thing on her for quite a long time. In her letter to Ethel Smyth on 12 January 1941, she wrote that “I still shiver with shame at the memory of my half-brother, standing me on a ledge, aged about 6or so, exploring my private parts”. [1] 
The sudden death of her mother from influenza in 1895, when Virginia was 13, and that of her half sister Stella two years later, led to the first of Virginia’s several nervous breakdowns. The death of her father in 1904 provoked her most alarming collapse and she was briefly institutionalised.
Her breakdowns and subsequent recurring depressive periods, modern scholars have claimed, were also induced by the sexual abuse she and Vanessa were subject to by their half-brothers George and Gerald (which Woolf recalls in her autobiographical essays A Sketch of the Past and 22 Hyde Park Gate ).
Throughout her life, Woolf was plagued by drastic mood swings. Though these recurring mental breakdowns greatly affected her social functioning, her literary abilities remained intact. Modern diagnostic techniques have led to a posthumous diagnosis of bipolar disorder, an illness which coloured her work, relationships, and life, and eventually led to her suicide. Following the death of her father in 1904 and her second serious nervous breakdown, Virginia, Vanessa, and Adrian sold 22 hyde Park Gate, and bought a house at 46 Gordon Square in Bioomsbury. There they came to know Lytton Strachey, Clive Bell, Saxon Sydney-Turner, Duncan Grant, and Leonard Woolf, who together formed the nucleus of the intellectual circle known as the Bloomsbury Group which came to notorious fame in 1910 with the Dreadnought hoax Virginia Woolf participated in, dressed as a male Abyssinian royalty.
Personal life: Woolf married writer Leonard Woolf in 1912, referring to him during their enagament as a “penniless Jew”. Many biographers have concluded that the marriage was never fully consummated, and that Woolf’s sexuality was primarily directed toward women. However, the couple shared a close bond, and in 1937 Woolf wrote in her diary “Love-making — after 25 years can’t bear to be separate… you see it is enormous pleasure being wanted: a wife. And our marriage so complete.” They also collaborated professionally, in 1917 founding the Hogarth Press, which subsequently published most of Woolf’s work. The ethos of Bloomsbury discouraged sexual exclusivite, and in 1922, Woolf met Vita Sackville-West. After a tentative start, they began an affair that lasted through most of the 1920s. In 1928, Woolf presented Sackville-West with Orlando, a fantastical biography in which the eponymous hero’s life spans three centuries and both enders. It has been called by Nigel Nicolson, Vita Sackville-West’s son, “the longest and most charming love letter in literature.” Although their affair ended, the two women remained friends until Woolf’s death.
References
[1] Bell, Quentin, Virginia Woolf: A Biography, The Hogarth Press, 1972.
[2] Gordon,Lyndall. Virginia Woolf: A Writer’s Life. Trans. Wu, Houkai. Chengdu: Sichuan people’s Publishing House, 2000.
[3] Hanson, Clare. Women Writers: Virginia Woolf. New York; St, Martin’s Press, 1994 
[4] Wu, Qinghong, Virginia Woolf and Feminist. Beijing: China Social Science Press, 2005.
[5] 瞿世镜编选. 1988.6. 伍尔夫研究[M]. 上海文艺出版社
[6] 易晓明,优美与疯癫. 北京:中国文联出版社,2002. 
[7] Woolf, Virginia. Women & Fiction-the Manuscript Versions of A Room of One’s Own, Shakespeare Head Press,1992
[8] Woolf, Virginia. Collected Essays,II. London: Hogarth Press.1966 P147 
[9] Woolf, Virginia, A Room of One’s Own. The University of Adelaide Library Electronic Texts Collection, rendered by Steve Thomas, 2002
[10] Roe Sue and Sellers Susan, The Cambridge Companion to Virginia Woolf, Shanghai Foreign Language Education Press, 2001
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