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研究生:李慧玲
研究生(外文):Li, Hui-Ling
論文名稱:對"它者"的想像:奧塞羅,歐奴諾克,和暴風雨
論文名稱(外文):Envisioning the Other: Othello, Oroonoko, and The Tempest
指導教授:白大維白大維引用關係
指導教授(外文):David Barton
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立中央大學
系所名稱:英美語文研究所
學門:人文學門
學類:外國語文學類
論文種類:學術論文
畢業學年度:86
語文別:中文
論文頁數:62
中文關鍵詞:它者奧賽羅歐奴諾克暴風雨語言文藝復興英文語言學教育
外文關鍵詞:the OtherOthelloOroonokoThe TempestlanguageRenaissanceENGLISHLINGUISTICSLANGUAGEEDUCATION
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This thesis focuses on three Renaissance texts -- Othello,
Oroonoko, and The Tempest -- and tries to examine the textual
presentation of peopleof different races from the angle of
language. In the three texts, we cansee how colonial power
exerts its domination over the native people throughnot only the
institution of slavery, but also the control of language. Onthe
other hand, we can also see the difference between the
ideologies of the western and the native languages and how the
colonial power employs the difference as the tool for its
domination. The three alien characters in the texts, because
of their diversebackgrounds, situations, and personalities,
react to the domination of thecolonial language also in
attitudes and by strategies distinctive from eachother.
Othello, the mercenary in Venice, strives to identify with the
ideologyof the Venetian code and ends up dying for it.
Oroonoko, the kidnapped black prince, resists so vigorously
against the oppressive power of the coloniallanguage that he is
silenced by death. Only Caliban, the native that can'tbe fully
domesticated by is master's civilized language, escapes the
defining/containing power of either the colonial or the native
language by employing them both as the weapons for resistance.
The arrangement of the three chapters is designed to present a
sequenceof different models of native resistance that displays a
sense of progressionin their political effects. From the first
two chapters, we can see thatneither Othello nor Oroonoko
produce any disturbance to the colonial power through their
subjection or rejection. Their loyalty only confines them
withincertain positions that render them predictable and
vulnerable for manipulationor oppression. On the contrary,
Caliban, because of his lack of position, can employ resources
that come at handy and therefore can produce a chaotic stateto
his master far more effectively than the other two. The
tentative conclusion of this thesis is that, despite the
seeminglyoverwhelming domination of the colonial power,
resistance is still possible.For one thing, hte power of the
dominant is hardly stable, but needs to bereinforced by repeated
suppression of its dominated object. The power ofresistance,
therefore, comes not from total confrontation or assimilation,
butfrom the capacity for absorption of energies from different
resources and theability to deviat between different positions
or categories. Loyalty is hardlythe best strategy, but quite
the contrary.

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