Research Article

Blaze and Breeze: Towards a Better Vision of Feminism Together


  • Bai Yang Tibet University, Tibet, China


What conclusions can we draw by comparing women's literature produced in two different cultural and social contexts? This paper compares the development of feminine consciousness in the heroines of Jane Eyre and A God without Gender, two pioneering women's literature from the East and West, and applies various theories of feminism to analyze them in an attempt to find the common feminine problems and their causes faced by women in different cultural contexts around the world, and ultimately draw conclusions to better solve these feminine problems. In particular, I argue that the two heroines face similar female problems caused by the patriarchal chain of social institutions, laws, and ideologies. The two heroines never give in and fight bravely. The fundamental reason for their different endings is the need to break the barriers of the patriarchal chain. Therefore a society that guarantees equal rights for women at all levels is the foundation for women's real growth.

Article information


Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Studies

Volume (Issue)

4 (3)





How to Cite

Yang, B. (2022). Blaze and Breeze: Towards a Better Vision of Feminism Together. Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Studies, 4(3), 192–200.



Feminism, Female literature, Minority literature, World literature.