집짓기와 여성 정체성 : 아담스(Jane Addams)와 쇼팽(Kate Chopin)의 경우
A Space of Their Own and Female Identity in The Awakening and Twenty Years at Hull House
Chopin and Addams portrays the drastic changes and conflicts in women's position in the late nineteenth century America, where middle class women struggled to redefine their own culture by acquiring equal position in the society as men and made every effort to redefine themselves as individuals. In Twenty Years at Hull House, Addams redefines traditional descriptions of women's identity arguing that women are naturally inclined to feed the poor, heal the sick, care for the children. On the other hand Chopin in The Awakening attacks the ways mid-nineteenth century American culture denied women space to define their own identities through Edna's futile struggle to set up her own space. Working at the time when the conventional myth of domestic women was completely irrelevant with real women's needs and desires, Addams and Chopin portrays two different views on the women's cultural identity in America.
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