Children in Graham Greene’s "Borderlands"
作者: Mabel Deane Khawaja
刊名: The International Journal of Literary Humanities, 2014, Vol.11 (3), pp.1-7
来源数据库: Common Ground Research Networks
DOI: 10.18848/2327-7912/CGP/v11i03/43900
关键词: IdentityDiasporaMiscegenationApartheidStereotypesOppressionViolenceCold War
原始语种摘要: Graham Greene is remembered as one of the greatest twentieth century British writers whose novels depict international settings beyond the borders of his homeland. Greene’s travels across the globe liberated his worldview to create borderland landscapes that capture historical contexts juxtaposing divergent perspectives burdened with moral dilemmas. His literary reputation combines politics, mystery, and religion with a camera-eye focused on the oppression of the individual. Among his crowds of characters are children trapped in conflicted spaces of political rivalries, social tensions, and racial divisions. Greene portrays children whose marginalized identities must cave in to pressures of migration, miscegenation, and social classification. Graham Greene’s biographies and novels...
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  • 祖国 信仰
  • borderland 边疆
  • political 政治
  • social 群居的
  • across 横过
  • cultural 文化的
  • reputation 声誊
  • international 国际的
  • miscegenation 混合婚姻
  • religion 信仰
  • homeland 信仰