Focus on the Nobel Prize in Literature and explore the awakening of women
I always thought it was a time of fairness, this was a time of greatness, this was a time of female awakening. Since ancient times, it seems that men can do a lot of things, while women cannot. In the end, it is just a subtle transformation of primitive thinking, and the natural male thinking is that I can do anything unless I am stopped; And the female mindset is that I can't do anything unless I'm allowed to. Gender thinking has become a shackle and shackle in this subtlety, but today more and more women are beginning to awaken, begin to explore their own values and dreams, and begin to change from thinking.
The most subtle way to change thinking is to read books, so that the thoughts about women's awakening that appear in books will penetrate into life. Regarding books, the Nobel Prize in Literature has become a weather vane, and in recent years, many of the writers honored by the Nobel Prize in Literature have been written on the theme of women's awakening, which reflects the important status and achievements of women in the field of literature. Many writers who competed for the Nobel Prize in Literature also gave birth to many books that made people feel empowered. So today let's walk into the Nobel Prize in Literature and take a look at these excellent women writers and their excellent books.
1. Award-winning writers and their works
In the long torrent of time, a total of 13 women writers have won the Nobel Prize in Literature.
Swedish writer Selma Lagerlöf was the first female winner of the 1909 Nobel Prize in Literature. Her work depicts strong and independent female characters, most notably "Travels on a Goose", which was awarded "for its noble idealism, rich imagination, and simple and beautiful style." ”
In 1926, the Italian writer Grazia Deleda's work "The Way of Evil" won the Nobel Prize in Literature. Reasons for the award: "In recognition of her idealism-inspired work, which depicts life on the island where she grew up with a soft and thorough depiction; Depth and compassion in insight into human problems in general. ”
In 1928, Norwegian writer Sigrid Undset won the Nobel Prize in Literature for his work Bride-Master-Cross, "mainly for her powerful depiction of life in the Middle Ages." ”
In 1938, the American writer Pearl Buck's work "Earth" won the Nobel Prize in Literature. Reason for the award: "Her rich and truly epic depiction of Chinese peasant life, as well as her autobiographical masterpiece." ”
In 1945, Chilean poet Leera Mistral won the Nobel Prize in Literature for his work "Tenderness". Why she won the prize: Her lyric poetry, born of strong feelings, has made her name a symbol of the yearning for ideals throughout the Latin American world. ”
In 1966, Swedish poet Nelly Sachs won the Nobel Prize in Literature for her work "Escape". Reason for the award: "For her outstanding lyrical and dramatic work, which expounds the fate of Israel with moving power." ”
In 1991, South African English-language novelist Nedine Godimer won the Nobel Prize in Literature for his work The People of July. Reason for the award: "His epic and magnificent works depicting the complex human and social relationships around him with strong and direct brushstrokes are of great benefit to mankind." ”
In 1993, American writer Tony Morrison won the Nobel Prize in Literature. Reason for the award: "His work is imaginative and poetic, showing important aspects of real life in the United States." "After the black civil rights movement of the '60s, the growth of black American writers has attracted worldwide attention, including several female writers who are more or less associated with the feminist movement. Tony Morrison is one of the most famous, winning her a Pulitzer Prize for "The Darling" in 1988.
In 1996 Polish poet Szymborska was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. Reason for the award: "Because of its incisive irony in poetic art, it excavates the deep meaning of historical changes and biological evolution behind the real life of human beings." ”
2004 Erid Jelinek, the first Austrian to win the Nobel Prize in Literature. Reason for the award: "Because her novels and plays have a musical rhythm, her work reveals in an extraordinary passionate language the absurdity of social banality and its confinement." ”
In 2007, British writer Doris Lessing's work "Golden Note" won the Nobel Prize in Literature. In 2009, Hertha Müller, a Romanian-born German female novelist, poet and essayist, was awarded for "focusing on the frankness of poetry and prose, and depicting the life of the unemployed."
Second, the female awakening
In these Nobel Prize-winning authors and books, it is not difficult to feel the power of women's awakening, from a long time, women have experienced oppression and awakening, which is the inevitable trend of the times, but also the competitive consciousness of biology.
Their work addresses issues of gender, freedom, power and self-perception, presenting the awakening and growth of women on a social and personal level. The works of these writers profoundly reflect the complexity and diversity of women's awakening, providing readers with space to think and explore. They have not only achieved an important influence in the literary world, but also have a positive impact on social and cultural development. By honoring these writers, the Nobel Prize for Literature has further promoted attention and discussion on the issue of women's awakening.
During the construction of China, we shouted the slogan "women can hold up half the sky", and it is precisely because of this slogan that the status of women in the northern region has been greatly improved. The awakening of women's consciousness also depends to a large extent on the awakening of economic conditions, when a person can realize their own economic value and complete their social attributes, they will naturally think a lot of things, and the change of thought is established unconsciously.
Although the Nobel Prize for Literature does not specifically award women, the awakening of women can be found in the works of several award-winning authors. Through the power of literature, these writers speak out for women's freedom and equality, provide readers with opportunities for in-depth thinking, and further promote the discussion and exploration of women's awakening issues.
I don't want to step on gender here, but I want you to think, look at the women around you, and see if they work harder than men to be successful and affirmed.
Following traditional Chinese culture, the balance of yin and yang is king, and men and women should not be opposing genders, but should complement each other and support each other. Women's awakening is an inevitable social development, and women also need to think about the meaning of life, to realize their own value, to complete our social attributes as people and as social people. Along with this, there is a lag in marriage and a decline in fertility, but the development and improvement of women's overall awareness is extremely important for the overall improvement of society.
Please don't focus on women's fertility attributes and forget that as a human being, we have the right to choose our own future and dreams, and we also have things we want to accomplish and challenges we want to meet. Women's stage should not be limited to kitchens and halls, but should also look to the future and the world.