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研究生:王立強
研究生(外文):Li-chiang Wang
論文名稱:「王道」:莎翁第二輯四部曲中之治國之術與為君之道
論文名稱(外文):"Fair Proceeding of the King's": Statecrafts and Kingship in Shakespeare's Second Tetralogy
指導教授:邱源貴邱源貴引用關係
指導教授(外文):Yuan-guey Chiou
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立成功大學
系所名稱:外國語文學系
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:132
中文關鍵詞:莎士比亞歷史劇中古時期新歷史主義與文化物質論意識型態
外文關鍵詞:ShakespeareHistory PlayThe Middle AgesNew Historicism and Cultural MaterialismIdeologyPower/SubversionContainmentThreatricality
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本論文是以莎翁第二輯四部曲中的意識型態衝突及矛盾為出發點,審視劇中三位君王--理察二世、亨利四世、亨利五世--各自的為君之道。在第二輯四部曲中,理察二世與亨利四世的統治時期皆因貴族的不斷叛亂而烽火連綿。本論文認為,貴族叛亂是因君王意識和貴族意識在本質上相互矛盾而起,而這些叛亂也顯示出,前述兩位君王無法包容或甚至運用反動勢力來穩固自身的王權。相較之下,亨利五世展現出截然不同的為君之道。本論文將此君王之所以精於「王道」歸因於其放浪形骸的年少。他年少時期的同伴福斯托夫是位具有嘉年華式活力的角色。亨利五世在年少廝混的歲月中,學習到福斯托夫嘉年華式的力量,並用此促成其自身多變的形象,也因此能善於折衷與包容。亨利五世包容與運用對立意識力量的手腕,在其要求法國王位時展露無遺。亨利五世根據母系繼承權要求繼承法國王位,並因此對法發動戰爭。在戰爭過程中,他運用每種和君王無關、甚至反動的意識型態來達成其目的。為了使其陽剛氣息的侵略能夠成功,亨利五世甚至運用反男性權威的女性力量來達成其目的。亨利五世對法國的勝利不但顯示出其高超的為君治國手腕,也說明他不只是位靠著世襲而掌權的君王,而且也是位能運用所學來穩固自身王權的君王,也因此他能妥善治理國家。

This thesis is an examination of the respective kingships of three monarchs─Richard II, Henry IV, and Henry V─in Shakespeare's second tetralogy in terms of the ideological conflicts and contradictions manifest in the plays. In the second tetralogy, the incessant baronial rebellions dominate the reigns of Richard II and Henry IV. This thesis argues that the baronial rebellions result from the intrinsic contradiction between the monarchial ideology and baronial ideology, and they are the manifestation of the two kings' failure to exercise proper kingship to contain and even to co-opt the subversive forces to secure their power or authority. Compared with the two ex-kings, Henry V demonstrates a totally different kingship. The thesis argues that Henry V's success in kingship results from his apprenticeship─his riotous youth spent with the carnival figure Falstaff, whose carnival energies facilitate Henry V's theatricality so as to wield his ability to compromise and contain. His containment and co-optation of the ideologically contradictory forces culminate in his claim to the French throne. In his expedition against France to reclaim what was his according to his matrilineal rights, Henry V employs every non-monarchial ideology, some even subversive, to paradoxically achieve his monarchial ends. He even exerts the female energies, which are subversive against the male authority, to secure the success of his masculine invasion. His victory over France spells his superior kingship and statecrafts, and makes him not only a king who derives his throne through succession, but also a king who applies what he has learned in his apprenticeship to consolidate his sovereignty so that he could rule efficiently and successfully.
Table of Contents
Chapter One Introduction 1
Chapter Two
Richard II/Henry IV: Mismanagement and Misuse of Statecrafts and Kingship 14
Chapter Three
Hal as Falstaff: Apprenticeship to Kingship 51
Chapter Four
"Fair Proceeding of the King's": Henry V's Statecrafts 80
Chapter Five Conclusion 118
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