Stereotypes in M.Butterfly
In M. Butterfly the stereotypes created by Western world turn into the illusions about Asian world and its attributes. The brightest example of the creeping stereotypes created by the French in the play is Gallimard's perception of the Western politics towards Asian world. Gallimard's views are reflected in his discussions with Helga, Toulon, and, of course, Song.
"Orientals will always submit to a greater force." (46) This and other Gallimard's remarks fully express western believes that Asians should bow before the greater power because they can benefit from it. The French firmly believe…
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