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研究生:蘇文祥
研究生(外文):Wen-hsiang Su
論文名稱:西方意識型態的瓦解:黃哲倫《蝴蝶君》中多重聲音的出現
論文名稱(外文):The Destruction of the Western Ideology: Multiple Voices in David Henry Hwang’s M. Butterfly
指導教授:陳福仁陳福仁引用關係
指導教授(外文):Fu-jen Chen
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立中山大學
系所名稱:外國語文學系研究所
學門:人文學門
學類:外國語文學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2004
畢業學年度:92
語文別:英文
論文頁數:105
中文關鍵詞:黃哲倫蝴蝶君巴赫丁
外文關鍵詞:M. ButterflyBakhtinDavid Henry Hwang
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論文名稱:西方意識型態的瓦解:黃哲倫《蝴蝶君》中多重聲音的出現
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校所組別:國立中山大學外國語文研究所
畢業名稱及提要別:九十二學年度第二學期碩士學位論文提要
研究生:蘇文祥 指導教授:陳福仁 教授
論文提要

本論文旨在以巴赫汀的時間和空間(chronotope)、嘉年華(carnivalesque)和多意(heteroglossia)來探討黃哲倫的《蝴蝶君》。多數的評論家大都針對加利瑪(Gallimard)和宋莉玲(Song Liling)之間的關係做討論,使得同志議題已成為研究這齣劇的重要指標;但本論文則從巴赫汀的研究方法來討論黃哲倫如何去分析布契尼的《蝴蝶夫人》中帝國主義的意識型態及其對東方的影響。
首章概述《蝴蝶君》的摘要和巴赫汀的三種研究方法,並解解釋巴赫汀的理論與《蝴蝶君》的關連性。第二章重於時間和空間對加利瑪的影響,時間和空間反映出「觀念」的變動性,從加利瑪的牢房到宋莉玲的公寓,每一段的時間和空間都展現出對意識型態的修正。第三章主要探討宋莉玲的變裝和巴赫汀的嘉年華之間的關係,宋莉玲的變裝意在推翻西方政權的唯一性,並且反映出種族平等的概念。第四章則著重在論述一個多元結構的社會,巴赫汀的多意解構西方殖民主義所產生的唯一性和獨特性,此研究方法顯示了社會的多元文化以及保護被壓迫的族群。末章則重申《蝴蝶君》與巴赫汀理論的關聯性,並且探討劇中兩位主角的關係,以及所造成的影響。
ABSTRACT
This thesis focuses on Bakhtinian’s three approaches, chronotope, carnivalesque and heteroglossia in David Henry Hwang’s M. Butterfly. Since it is released, most critics mainly emphasize on the relationship between Gallimard and Song Liling. Gay issue becomes an underlying theme when readers study this play. Therefore, my thesis, based on Mikhail Bakhtin’s theory, will analyze the parodic functions produced by Hwang to oppose to the empirical ideology in Madame Butterfly.
The introduction, Chapter one, begins with a short summary of M. Butterfly and an overview of the theoretical frame of Bakhtin’s theory as well as an explanation of the connection between Bakhtinian approach and M. Butterfly. In Chapter two, I discuss how chronotope, time and space, affects Gallimard. Chronotope represents changing concepts that appear in different situations. From Gallimard’s prison to Song Liling’s apartment, each event is considered a crucial form-shaping ideology. Chapter three chiefly deals with Song Liling’s transvestism and Bakhtin’s carnivalesque. Song Liling, like a carnival clown, turns over the western authority by masquerading her/himself and brings forth the concept of equality of all races. Chapter four aims to manifest a multiple constructed society. Bakhtin’s heteroglossia designates to destroy the unification and centralization that colonialists use to dominate the non-white. Heteroglossia helps reveal the centrifugal discourses saturated in the society to secure the oppressed voice in this play. In the concluding chapter, I reiterate the analysis of M. Butterfly and Bakhtin’s three approaches as well as describe the consequence of western ideology.
Table of Contents




Chapter One:
Introduction……………………………………………………………………..1




Chapter Two:
The Influence of Time and Space On Gallimard………………………………..8




Chapter Three:
Song Liling’s Transvestism and Bakhtin’s Vision of the Carnivalesque……….24




Chapter Four:
Embracing Others: the Heteroglossic Power of Discourses……………………53




Chapter Five:
Conclusion………………………………………………………………………80




Works Cited…………………………………………………………………………101
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