American Chikano's Female Novels in Carnival
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in the American Literary World in Recent Decades, the Voices of American Minority Literature Have Been Heard Constantly, among Which American Black Women Literature, Asian Women Literature and Other Minority Women Literature Have Attracted More Attention with Their Unique National Background and Female Perspective. Since the 1970s and 1980s, with the Rise of Hispanic Americans, Chicano Literature, Created by Mexican American Women, Has Become a New Force in American Minority Women's Literature. Chicano’s National Identity and Female Identity Intertwined, Giving Birth to a Unique Female Literature. This Thesis is Intended to Be the Most Representative of Contemporary Chicano Writer Gloria Anza Dour, Sandra Cisneros and Ana Castro and Their Classic Works Are the Objects of Study, Trying to Excavate the Efforts of Contemporary Mexican Female Writers to Construct Their Cultural Identity in Chicano Literature. It Also Tries to Explore Their Distinctive Themes, Distinctive Content and Writing Style in Their Literary Creation, So as to Present Their Characteristics Different from Chicano’s Literature and Other Minority Women's Literature in the United States.
Mexican American of Female Literature; Chicano’s Literature; Feminism