Joan Scott

The relation with the Matriarca and Rosa is in the action attitude, the matriarca leads its family with seriousness and security guard, already Pink it dreams in having a full life beautiful of esplendor. E, ahead of this historical context is that, currently, if it considers necessity to materialize the ending of the inaquality of sorts (in this in case that, between men and women). What it passes in the Vines of the Anger is the bankruptcy of these relations concerning the submission that the author adds in the matriarca. For Joan Scott (1990): Idea of masculinidade rests on the necessary repression of feminine aspects of the bissexual potential of the citizen and introduces the conflict in the opposition of the masculine and the feminine one. The restrained desires are gifts in the unconscious one and constitute a permanent threat for the stability of sort identification, denying its unit, subvertendo its necessity of security (SCOTT, 1990, P. 12).

In the workmanship of Steinbeck the masculinidade weakens due to persistence lack and determination concerning the events, that is, the figure of paternalism total was come back the land, a lost time would not be constructed of new. Whereas, the figure materna sobressai at the moments most difficult in the Joad family, when the family passes for the periods most arduous of its passage. Of certain form, the manifest hope if in Rose, however, this loses the baby who in turn meant the hope in a so difficult reality. At a moment that pursued them to the death, Rose decides to help a stranger in the side of the death: ' ' The man sketched a negative movement with the head Rose of Sharon got rid of the blanket, leaving the naked seios. It has that to be? it spoke, coming close more than it, and pulling it to it head for si' '.


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