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研究生:施雅格
研究生(外文):Shih Ya Ge
論文名稱:吉爾勃.卻斯特頓《布朗神父》中之弔詭
論文名稱(外文):Paradox in G. K. Chesterton''s Father Brown
指導教授:陳超明陳超明引用關係
指導教授(外文):Chao-ming Chen
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立政治大學
系所名稱:英國語文學系
學門:人文學門
學類:外國語文學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2002
畢業學年度:90
語文別:英文
論文頁數:98
中文關鍵詞:卻斯特頓弔詭矛盾布朗神父偵探小說
外文關鍵詞:G. K. ChestertonChestertonParadoxDetective storyFather Brown
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本論文探究卻斯特頓最受歡迎的作品之一《布朗神父》中的的弔詭,卻氏使用弔詭作為ㄧ種修辭設計,不僅將平凡無奇事件翻轉為驚悚故事,還包含某些人的神密信仰以及他所觀察到充滿矛盾的現實生活。
弔詭是ㄧ種自我矛盾的敘說或情境,但在嚴密檢視中,卻隱含著真理的訊息。卻氏鑽研弔詭而成為它的主宰,因為他不斷將它用來愉悅他的讀者,以ㄧ種不同的觀點,挑戰他們的思考,重新檢視某些哲學教條。對卻氏而言,弔詭終極根植於人的神祕以及類似於永遠存在由基督教信仰擁抱著的自然與超自然的現實中。
第一章是整個論文的概略。第二章探討弔詭的歷史及哲學背景,指認出卻氏在《布朗神父》中運用到的弔詭的典型。第三章討論 《布朗神父》 中「弔詭」的故事梗概、人物性格。第四章則著重在討論作者卻斯特頓在其神秘故事情節裡所「遺漏的弔詭」。最後一章是本文的結論,並希望本文能刺激學者對二十世紀初期文學的研究興趣,同時更希望本論文對於偵探小說和弔詭文學有所貢獻。
This thesis is an investigation of paradox in Father Brown, one of the most popular works of G. K. Chesterton. Chesterton uses paradox as a rhetorical device, not only to overturn humdrum ordinary events into enthralling mysteries, but also to convey certain beliefs about the mystery of man and the reality that he perceives as full of contradictions.
Paradox is any self-contradictory statement or situation, but upon closer examination reveals a hidden message or truth. Chesterton has been dubbed as a master of paradox, because he constantly uses it to provoke delight in his readers and to challenge them to re-examine certain philosophical tenets under a different viewpoint. For Chesterton, paradox is ultimately rooted in the mystery of man and the analogical participation of being inherent in both the natural and supernatural realities as embraced by Christian philosophy.
The first chapter introduces the rationale behind the thesis, the theoretical framework and scope of the study. The second chapter explores the historical and philosophical foundations of paradox, identifying the type of paradox Chesterton employs in Father Brown. Chapter three discusses and analyzes some of the paradoxical characters, plots, and events in the Father Brown stories. The fourth chapter delves into the paradoxical truths and philosophical creed that Chesterton conceals in the mystery stories. The last chapter brings the thesis to its conclusion, with the hope that this investigation of Chesterton’s paradox in Father Brown may elicit more scholarly research into one of the greatest thinkers of the early twentieth century as well as contribute to the understanding and function of paradox in literature, particularly in detective fiction.
Table of Contents
Acknowledgements...iii
Chinese Abstract...iv
English Abstract...v
Chapter One
Introduction...1
Chapter Two
Paradox as Rhetorical Device...20
Chapter Three
Paradoxes in Father Brown...41
Chapter Four
Paradoxical Truth and Christian Philosophy...63
Chapter Five
Conclusion...86
Appendixes
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