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- Flauberts 'Madame Bovary'. Die Charaktere Emma und Charles und ihr Verhältnis zueinander
Cultural differences have an enormous effect on communication and are indeed of high importance when it comes to learning a foreign language. Maletzke ,16 defined culture briefly as: Students are often not aware of the fact that different cultures have other action patterns in certain situations than we do.
Our values are not only marked by our own ideas but rather by the cultural environment we live in. Each and every culture has its very own values in the areas of life. For instance these areas include work, nature, religion, social relations, food, time, language etc. As a result different cultures put different emphasize on certain areas in their lives since their perception of the world and its surroundings differs from ours.
Nevertheless we are very often not aware of the effects we have on our fellow man.
When it comes to contact between two or more cultures each part tries to distinguish oneself from the other. We have to keep in mind that stereotypes are not completely reprehensible but rather a helpful system to organize and process new information. Still we should always remember that stereotypes distort reality and should be dealt with carefully in order to prevent us from putting up barriers. When approaching a different culture students need to learn to be open-minded, to observe and to consume as many information as they can get.
Accordingly intercultural competence is in the case of stereotypes conveyed through the awareness of a distorted self-image and the generalized picture of the foreign culture. American Studies - Culture and Applied Geography. American Studies - Linguistics. Afterwards a short outline of the development of the detective novel shall be sketched to provide the reader with a necessary knowledge which will help during the analysis of the works. Before going into detail with the novels, the theoretical concept of double consciousness will be introduced and specifically referred to literature.
The thesis of this paper is that double consciousness is an omnipresent element in the selected works and that it shapes each character differently in a way that it might lead either to success or failure. Depending on how the specific character is able to. The name Sherlock Holmes and that of his fellow assistant Dr.
However, it is important to remember that, by the works of writers like Doyle and Poe, crime fiction became a genre which was marked by strict rules and thus by a certain conservatism. It is this conservatism that is still present in the novels of the early 20th century. But already then the genre had changed: The detective no longer is immune to violence but has to defend himself against physical attacks. Other features of the hard-boiled detective are that the detective is a white, middle-class and male person. He cannot have any firm social relations or any roots since he has to be independent.
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This also implies that love is unacceptable for the detective. This French term signifies a woman who seduces the detective sexually and who always tries to intrigue the detective in order to keep him from solving the crime. Concerning the narrative style of the hard-boiled detective novel, Storhoff explains its method:. Perhaps the most teleological of all popular fiction, the detective novel usually adheres to Aristotelean conventions of time, which are linear, incremental, and fundamentally purposive: However, the methods to entertain go way back a very long tradition to Greek drama.
This general remark can also well serve as an explanation for the element of ethnicity in crime fiction. Furthermore he mentions that, concerning the genre of the detective novel, an author need not try to reinvent the novel in order to create something perfect but rather adapt the genre features ibid.
The African American detective novel in general arises from the hard-boiled detective fiction and it changes its original eurocentric perspective into an afrocentric perspective. As a consequence, additional burdens are laid on the black detective and this will be the topic in the next chapter. From the first chapter of the book, Of Our Spiritual Strivings is a frequently quoted passage which shall be looked at in detail:. After the Egyptian and Indian, the Greek and Roman, the Teuton and Mongolian, the Negro is a sort of seventh son, born with a veil, and gifted with second-sight in this American world,—a world which yields him no true self-consciousness, but only lets him see himself through the revelation of the other world.
Flauberts 'Madame Bovary'. Die Charaktere Emma und Charles und ihr Verhältnis zueinander
One ever feels his two-ness,—an American, a Negro; two souls, two thoughts, two unreconciled strivings; two warring ideals in one dark body, whose dogged strength alone keeps it from being torn asunder. African Americans are, in spite of their positive cultural influences on society, not allowed to live the same life as white people.
Petesch demonstrates this by giving the following example: In short, double consciousness has to be understood as a result of existential predispositions, reinforced and maintained by cultural and social factors. It refers to the schizogenic split between having and being a body, radicalized by the color stigma: It is now important to see what impact double consciousness has on literary creation of African Americans. Zuletzt werde ich dann im Schlussteil meine wichtigsten Untersuchungsergebnisse zusammenfassen sowie die Darstellungsweise Flauberts kurz bewerten.
Oktober bis zum Erst dieser Prozess sicherte den Erfolg des Romans.
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Der zu interpretierende Romanausschnitt ist dem ersten Teil entnommen. Im ersten Teil S. Der zu untersuchende Textausschnitt beschreibt das Geschehen wenige Tage nach diesem Ball. Vor der Abfahrt teilt Emma Charles mit, dass sie schwanger ist. Der zweite Teil S.
Daraufhin geht es Emma wieder schlechter, bis sie einen weiteren Mann namens Rodolphe kennen lernt.