EL ROL DE LA MUJER CHINA A PRINCIPIOS DEL SIGLO XX EN LA NOVELA BANSHENG YUAN DE ZHANG AILING

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https://doi.org/10.12795/RICL.2020.i23.09

Palabras clave:

Zhang Ailing, Bansheng yuan, emancipación de la mujer, mujer china

Resumen

En este artículo reflexionaremos, a través de la lectura Bansheng yuan, la primera novela larga de Zhang Ailing (Eileen Chang), sobre la situación de la mujer en las primeras décadas del siglo XX. Con el análisis de los tres principales personajes femeninos nos centraremos en destacar dos aspectos que, a pesar de haber avanzado en la teoría, seguían lastrando la posición de la mujer en la práctica: la independencia laboral y el matrimonio.

Abstract

In this paper, we will reflect on the condition of Chinese women in the first decades of the 20th century through a close reading of Bansheng yuan, Zhang Ailing (Eileen Chang)’s first long novel. Through the analysis of the three main female characters, we will focus in two aspects ‒lack of labor independence and marriage‒ to underscore that, in spite of some theoretical improvements, the position of women was still burdened in reality.

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Teresa Inés Tejeda Martín, Universidad de Salamanca

Doctora en Humanidades por la Univeridad Pompeu Fabra

Profesora Asociada de Lengua y Literatura China en el Grado de Estudios de Asia Oriental en la Universidad de Salamanca.

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2020-12-07

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Tejeda Martín, T. I. (2020). EL ROL DE LA MUJER CHINA A PRINCIPIOS DEL SIGLO XX EN LA NOVELA BANSHENG YUAN DE ZHANG AILING. Revista Internacional De Culturas Y Literaturas (ISSN: 1885-3625), (23), 125–145. https://doi.org/10.12795/RICL.2020.i23.09
Recibido 2020-10-12
Aceptado 2020-12-06
Publicado 2020-12-07