Alienated heroines: A study of Doris Lessing's The Grass is Singing, Martha Quest and The Golden Notebook

Yılmaz, Didem


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Alienation is a one of the central concepts in Marx’s philosophy. It has positive and negative implications regarding man’s self realization in nature. It is also about discussion on ontology of work. Moreover, it has led Marx to design new society models for human beings. Alienation in Marx is analyzed together with political economy and its concepts. Baudrilliard’s alienation discourses in contemporary age include arguments in terms of consumerism and technology in today’s developed world. While Marx’s th...
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In this study, my main purpose is to grasp how women whose marriage is ended up either by divorce or the loss of the husband experience the life after marital dissolution as widows and a divorced women. My basic argument is that widowed and divorced women are trapped in between family, market and state; and that gender based, family oriented patriarchal society and social policies do not allow these women to live their life the way they want and to stand on their own feet; but make them lean on their famili...
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Turkish citizens who went to Germany as migrant workers during 1960s and 1970s attached themselves to the language and music of their home country in order to sustain their local, regional or national belongings. In the 21st century, against the backdrop of globalization, the second and third generation of the Turkish group in Germany has different ties with Turkey and “Turkish culture”. Are the belongings of the German-Turkish youth still shaped by language, music and cultural artifacts related to Turkey? ...
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Citation Formats
D. Yılmaz, “Alienated heroines: A study of Doris Lessing’s The Grass is Singing, Martha Quest and The Golden Notebook,” Middle East Technical University, 1998.