The Relationship between Literature and Man show

时间: 作者:粨毐不侵

   When I was a child, when I entered the primary school in the countryside and began to receive primitive literature education in the drafty classrooms in all directions of flour, inside had already received political education, but this was realized when I grew up.. Yes, the relationship between literature and politics has always been ambiguous and has never been cleared up.. Pour a spoonful of oil into a pot of water, which can separate pure water from pure oil? However, some are lighter and some are thicker.. How stupid is it when someone accuses the other party of using politics to measure literary value.

   Literature Is Not a Talk about Wu Denunciation: Literature and Politics Is the Relationship between Man show

   What I mean by no means is that all literature points to politics. When all writers are keen on writing politics, it shows that literature and politics are crazy together and the ailing body is dying.. Literature's orientation to politics is conscious and voluntary expression. Any attempt to kidnap writers and literature to the chains of politics is hooliganism. Allowing the moisture of literature is the basic rule for literature to survive.. Political murder literature is like running over an ant on a rural dirt road.. Trying to develop all writers into soldiers with submachine guns is a high-profile insult to literature..

   At the same time, writers and literature can't stick a dogskin plaster and stick a political label.. I have read the works of foreign, including domestic, contemporary writers. Some writers have no political feelings, lack unforgettable experience, are almost uninterested in political issues, and have extremely stereotyped political understanding.. In other words, there is no diamond's equipment, in order to follow the fashion, or to show abroad, or to express some kind of low-energy view of justice, in order to embrace the porcelain work, to write politics for the sake of politics, the literary technology has been converted into a literary labyrinthine. Although literary works are beautifully written and neatly constructed, they are both fake and empty to read.. Literature is literature, not Denunciation. Why do some experienced writers and political novels make people's bone marrow ache and their souls tremble continuously between the lines of inside? Because these writers write literature from a literary point of view instead of labeling it.. Most importantly, they have political feelings.! Literature and politics are Man show's relations, not blatant playboy flirtations..

   Kutcher's national narrative: "Shake off the dust of this country that sticks to your feet."

   After so much elaboration, I came to the topic of the novel I want to analyze, Coetzee's Iron Age.. Kutcher's Bone Marrow inside Is Producing Political Emotions. After reading "Waiting for the Barbarians" and "Petersberg Master", I have an anonymous intimacy with Kuche's works. Perhaps Kuche's South African environment has something in common with our familiar environment.. If I like Kutcher, I like Kutcher's Man show-style political feelings.. But "Iron Age" was uncharacteristically divorced from Man show's written narrative and stood up like a playboy. raise one's arm shouted.

   The most valuable thing about Kuche is that he has locked the throat of politics through the fate of ordinary people.. In short, Coetzee's novels are the national narrative mode.

   After writing The Iron Age, Kutcher said: "As a person, as a celebrity, I am overwhelmed . my thoughts are very confused and helpless by the fact that I suffer in inside in this world . For the feeling of being overwhelmed, my fictions are insignificant and ridiculous defense.". "Kutcher is a great writer, Kutcher is a writer with a sense of mission. Compared with other writers, Coetzee is more qualified to express his attitude towards suffering and has a more voluntary and conscious consciousness..

   However, the Iron Age has written politics in white. Although the novel is full of Kutcher's inherent metaphors, it is basically clear.. In other words, Kutcher is not very Man show anymore.. The background of the novel is the period of apartheid in South Africa from 1985 to 1989. In the form of letters, it tells the story of a retired university history teacher, Mrs. Karen. Her husband divorced and despaired of the political environment in South Africa. She sent her daughter to the United States and married her daughter. She hoped her daughter would never come back.. When her daughter left South Africa, Karen said to her daughter, "Shake off the dust of this country that is on your feet.". Karen lives alone in a villa in South Africa, inside. As a white South African, she is of high society.. After the night of Xenophobia in South Africa, I saw the police brutally killing black people.. Karen took in a homeless man and had an ambiguous feeling for him.. A large number of plots in the novel are developed through dialogues with tramps..

   Kutcher of Man show is playing with politics. Many of Kutcher's novels are written by hidden weapons of inside on a long night. After reading his novels, the sound of surprises across the foggy and dirty night sky can always be found that the scales of the text are continuously broken, forming a dark reality in the fall back.. "Iron Age" is in the sunny hilly areas, Kutcher carrying submachine guns, daggers flashing, Chill. "Iron Age" is not very Man show, a Kip-up jumped out, words like bullets, a shuttle shooting on the ugly political body.

   Kutcher's TV Narration: "I'm not in the mood to watch TV.". That will only make me sick. "

   In the first chapter of the novel, Kutcher's gun was clearly aimed at the target: Mrs. Cullen said in the letter that I was standing there watching TV. When these people spoke, I always stood as a way to maintain my self-esteem (in the face of a group of executioners, who can sit down in be firm and secure? ) … The shame of living under this kind of beating: opening the newspaper and turning on the TV set is like kneeling on the ground and being doused with urine.. Under this stroke: under their paunchy bellies, under their full bladders. ……

   Kutcher's criticism of TV by Mrs. Karen appeared in many places in the novel.. In totalitarian countries, public opinion propaganda organizations such as television are advertisements of the image of the country, and there is no truth to speak of. Mass media in totalitarian countries are not mainly the function of carrying cultural communication and entertainment, but the ruling weapon of Feeding the Masses..In the Iron Age, Kutcher did not elaborate and shouted loudly: "I am not in the mood to watch TV.". That only makes me sick.. "

   Mrs. Cullen experienced the police driving a police car to intentionally injure two black children. On the night of the riot, she witnessed innocent black people being killed and her home being brutally searched by the police.. Mrs. Cullen is full of despair over the violent rule in South Africa: TV. Why should I watch TV? That is just a stage where politicians take turns to show off every night: TV, why should I watch TV? It's just a stage where politicians take turns to show off every night: since childhood, I can only look at those familiar dull faces, those gloomy and disgusting images.. The boys sitting in the last row of the classroom, their lessons were in a mess, but they used their strong physique to bully the weak.. Now grown up and began to rule the land.. They fought with their parents, their uncles and aunts, and their brothers and sisters: like a swarm of locusts, like a plague of locusts that blotted out the sun, plaguing the country . the rule of the locust family is the real situation in South Africa..

   Television is a tool for the country's violent rule, a weapon for spreading lies, and an accomplice to locust rule.. Mrs. Cullen has no trust: radio station inside said nothing about the riots in the school, TV station inside said nothing, and the newspaper said nothing.

   Kuche's Critical Narration of South Africa: "I Don't Want to Die in This Country I Live in, This Ugly Country"

   "Living in this country is like staying on the deck of a sunken ship," "You know this country, the air here is full of madness.". Kutcher's criticism of South Africa in his novels is not subtle at all, but firm and thorough.. (责任编辑:admin)




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