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Title: Feminism approach-based character analysis on Zora Neale Hurston's their eyes were watching
Authors: Ajeng Annisa Safitri
Advisors: Didik Santoso
Issue Date: 5-Oct-2012
Publisher: Jakarta : UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Fakultas Adab Dan Humaniora, 2007
Abstract: This analysis is aimed at finding out the character of Janie Crawford as a main character viewed from feminism concept. The writer uses descriptivequalitative analysis as the method to analyze the relationship both the main character and the feminism concept. In this analysis, the writer finds out the main female character, Janie as independent woman, struggler, courageous, responsible, self-confident, outspoken, mature, and decisive woman. She also finds out that Janie is a person who realizes of her oppression and makes her courage to struggle against the cruel patriarchy and defeat everyman. She deals with the oppression according to the feminism concept. According to feminism concept, woman is aware on her oppressed status in society and household. Feminist suggests that women can stand up and be independent. They can survive and overcome the oppression and repression by men, to avoid themselves from objectivity of men. Those things are done by Janie in Their Eyes Were Watching God novel. Janie prefers to leave her husband, so that she gets her real identity and freedom.
Description: viii, 42 hal. : 30 cm.
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