An Exploration of Bi-Sexual Harmony in The Awakening

 

Yan ZHANG

Abstract


Edna has beautiful look, excellent drawing talent and exuberant thought. She is eager to evade her role as wife and mother and to enjoy men’s free world. But finally she ruins herself in the disillusion of her dream. The man protagonist, Robert, is handsome, careful and tender. But he is cowardly in character and lacks the sense of responsibility which a man should have. And finally he does not manage to hold his love. The paper focuses on the study of the inevitability of the imbalanced bi-sexual powers of the two protagonists and their tragedies so as to advance the exploration of the topic of bi-sexual harmony.


Keywords


Bi-sexual powers; Bi-sexual imbalance; Inevitability; Bi-sexual harmony

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/n

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