Women in Faulkner Analytical Essay by Master Researcher

Women in Faulkner
Analysis of William Faulkner's view of women and how he portrayed women in his literature.
# 32077 | 1,150 words | 7 sources | 2002 | US
Published on Sep 22, 2003 in Literature (American) , English (Analysis) , Women Studies (General)

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On one hand, Faulkner depicts strong and independent women. The narrative voice explores white women's complicity within the appropriate socio-ideological context, acknowledging Minnie Cooper as both victimizer and victim. (Faulkner, 180). Faulkner's view of women is not condescending or painful. It focuses on Faulkner's layered critique of the "miscegenation complex."

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