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研究生:黃靜雲
研究生(外文):Jing-yun Huang
論文名稱:維吉妮亞‧吳爾芙的陰性書寫
論文名稱(外文):Towards a Feminine/Feminist/Female Discourse of Virginia Woolf
指導教授:陳豔姜
指導教授(外文):Yuan-jung Cheng
學位類別:博士
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:166
中文關鍵詞:維吉妮亞‧吳爾芙陰性書寫
外文關鍵詞:Feminine WritingVirginia Woolf
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本文探討維吉妮亞‧吳爾芙對「女性句子」和「女性語言」的理解與表達。
西方文明是父權統治的,歷史敘述的是「他」的故事,文學是以男性為中心,語言是男性創造的,就連科學,吳爾芙認為也非中性,而是男性。文學史上獨斷、壓制、恫嚇的男性語言,已根深蒂固,雖然吳爾芙承認當代對女性的不公平和偏見,的確已漸漸消蝕,但她堅持這條路還很漫長,而且歧視女性的想法仍然存在
於男人心中。
女性作家能否找到足以表達自己的語言,而不要借用男性句子來表達她們截然不同的特質;我们可以說終其一生,吳爾芙都在找這個句子。對吳爾芙而言,陰性書寫(women’s writing/righting)的意義有二,一為撥亂返正,反威權反体制的抗爭,糾正男性不當的思維,為女性爭取應得的權利﹔二為銘刻女性特質的語言,玩句造詞,充分展現女性變化莫測之文類界限、語言律動和書寫空間。
  本文藉由吳爾芙在其作品中所使用的「意識流」、「雌雄同體」與「水的意像」三項主要敘述技巧,指出她實驗和實踐銘刻女性特質的新書寫形式,有別於傳統的男性語言,展現多元、流動、多變的陰性書寫特質。
This dissertation explores Virginia Woolf’s concept of “a woman’s sentence” and the significance and possibility of “a woman’s language.” It demonstrates how Woolf finds a new way to write fiction that expresses women’s values and her resistance and disruption of a traditional discourse.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
I.Polyphony and Heteroglossia of the Feminine 1
II. Stream of Consciousness and Feminine Writing 36
III. Androgyny and Feminine Writing 77
IV. Water Imagery and Feminine Writing 118
V. Approximation of the Feminine 145
Works Cited 157
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