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天主教輔仁大學英國語文學系學士班畢業成果 ENGLISH DEPARTMENT, FU JEN CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY GRADUATION PROJECT 2021
指導教授:墨 樵老師 Dr. Joseph Murphy
Female Agency in Postwar Dystopian Literature
George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four and
Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451
學 生 : 陳
婕 撰 Joyce, Chieh Chen

Joyce Chen 406110700 Academic Writing—Dr. Murphy Research Paper 4 (Outline)
6 July 2020 Female Agency in Postwar Dystopian Literature George Orwell’s
Nineteen Eighty-Four
​and Ray Bradbury’s
Fahrenheit 451
I.
Introduction i.
Historical context of both novels ii.
Methodology on feminist reading of both novels iii.
Thesis Statement
II.
Totalitarianism vs. Individual Subjectivity i.
Anti-leisure in
Nineteen Eighty-Four
​and ​Fahrenheit 451
III.
Passive Women Katharine and Mildred i.
Portrayal of Katharine and how she interacts with Winston ii.
Portrayal of Mildred and how she interacts with Montag iii.
Fate of female characters and what this suggests about totalitarianism versus individual subjectivity
IV.
Active Women Julia and Clarisse i.
Portrayal of Julia and how she interacts with Winston ii.
Portrayal of Clarisse and how she interacts with Montag iii.
Fate of female characters and what this suggests about totalitarianism versus individual subjectivity
V.
Conclusion
VI.
Works Cited


2 Chen Joyce Chen 406110700 Academic Writing—Dr. Murphy Research Paper 4 6 July 2020 Female Agency in Postwar Dystopian Literature George Orwell’s
Nineteen Eighty-Four
​and Ray Bradbury’s
Fahrenheit 451


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