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研究生:陳秀媛
研究生(外文):chen,hsiu-yuan
論文名稱:離散空間現代性以麥可翁達傑獅身人面為例
論文名稱(外文):Boundary-Spacing of Diaspoea in the City of Modernity
指導教授:蕭嫣嫣蕭嫣嫣引用關係
指導教授(外文):Hsiao, Yen-Yen
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立清華大學
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:2003
畢業學年度:91
語文別:英文
論文頁數:119
中文關鍵詞:離散 空間 現代性
外文關鍵詞:diaspora space modernity
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本篇論文探討麥可•翁達傑(Michael Ondaatje)的短篇小說In the Skin of a Lion中, 空間場景的敘述與流離人物的刻畫, 以及現代城市經驗三者之間的關係。 我從旅行理論 及流離論述的觀點出發, 並利用攝影機觀點(camera-eye), 深入研究文本中離散族群, 城市空間與現代性的辯證關係。 故事中主要的場景多倫多(Toronto City)不只是官方都市計畫的霸權展現, 更是一個文化雜匯(hybridity)的生產空間。 透過官方與離散族群的空間辯證思考, 以及人物的具體空間實踐, 我分析異種文化的雜匯、 重疊的多重歷史、 自我認同的交織 (in-betweenness)的過程。 此外, 我認為移民者的游離歷史與城市經驗不但說明人物自我認同與其環境的對位關係, 並且點出更深一層的意義, 即是城市現代性。 我強調多重的離散歷史是現代性經驗的具體再現。 翁達傑片段式的敘述手法, 不斷移動的人物、 空間場域的轉換, 清楚描述出現代城市高度流動的生活經驗, 以及離散族群作為城市演員(urban actor)與都會空間之間的相互影響。 更重要的是, 藉由重新拼湊這些零碎不連續的空間片段, 本篇論文再現城市的內在意涵---城市做為離散人士實踐其文化差異的具體場域。 離散身體的不斷移動以及和異己空間的相互協商(negotiation), 凸顯都會文化內部的「其他回因」 ,城市創造空間延展的可能性。 雖然社會位置不全然可以越界, 但是空間可以共有, 身份可以重新認同。

This thesis explores the diasporic issues that embody a broadly conceived theme─the relation between diaspora, space, city,and modernity─in In the Skin of a Lion. My research builds on the radical possibility of opening the bounded spaces socially and spatially. From this perspective, I focus on the spatial practices of the displaced immigrants in which the processes of reproducing social identity and the bounded spaces are analyzed. This thesis inquires into the many divergent perceptions of the diaspora with its relevant representations of the spatial embodiment, the reproduction of social spaces, and the dynamic expression of modernity.
My study places a high premium on the ideas of the hybrid geography and the alternative urban reality crystallized through the process of negotiating cultural differences of
the diasporas. In the light of the diaspora theories on space and identity, I analyze In the Skin of a Lion as a cardinal representation of the hybrid urban reality and the creativity of the diaspora spaces with the photographic approach. By reading the diasporic histories as the experiences of modernity, this research underlines the representations of a multiple viewpoints rendered by the movements of the diasporas and the practices of spatial interpenetrations. Based on the relation between the diasporic issues and the spatial
expression, I conclude that this novel excavates the alternative reality of the displaced immigrants and the city enlightened by a revisionary knowledge of Others.
Contents
Abstract …………………………………………………………………………… i
Introduction ………………………………………………………………………. 1
Chapter One The Travelers’ Tales ……………………………………………. 15
Chapter Two The Spatial Embodiment of Diasporas …………………………. 38
Chapter Three The Practices of Boundary-Spacing …………………………… 62
Chapter Four Urban Flashes …………………………………………………... 85
Conclusion ………………………………………………………………………… 108
Works Cited ……………………………………………………………………….. 116

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