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研究生:陳奏賢
研究生(外文):KEVIN ZHOU-SHEN KEVIN ZHOU-SHEN KEVIN ZHOU-SHEN CH
論文名稱:莎士比亞的異族女人
論文名稱(外文):SHAKESPEARE’S FOREIGN WOMEN
指導教授:蕭笛雷
指導教授(外文):RAPHAEL J. SCHULTE
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:輔仁大學
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:2008
畢業學年度:97
語文別:中文
論文頁數:206
中文關鍵詞:莎士比亞 新歷史主義種族 性別 認同 十四行詩
外文關鍵詞:Shakespeare New HistoricismRace Gender Identity
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本論文探討莎士比亞的作品如何呈現異族女人。第一章檢視在泰特斯‧安莊尼克斯裡,塔摩拉與外遇對象摩爾人亞倫,以及他倆所生的黑小孩,如何在劇中成為羅馬人鄙視的對象。第二章分析莎士比亞的十四行詩裡,敘述者、被讚頌者與暗黑夫人,三者為一種三角關係,敘述者反映了伊莉莎白時代英國男性的集體焦慮,在失寵時轉而去讚頌異族女性,而此讚頌卻帶著鄙視,就如他們對新大陸的態度一樣。第三章分析埃及艷后如何在符合當時觀眾的期待下,同時演出超越觀眾期待的樣貌,她的表演成為歷史、劇場、變裝、種族與性別交互影響的場域。第四章討論在莎劇裡被提到但卻缺席的異族母親,威尼斯商人裡,潔西卡的母親,也就是猶太商人莎萊克的老婆;在仲夏夜之夢裡,印第安男孩的母親;奧塞羅裡,奧塞羅的母親;這些缺席的異族母親透過她們所留下來的媒介物,戒指、手帕與男孩,揭露出這三齣劇裡白人男性社會對掌控劇中社會秩序的焦慮。在結論裡,探討暴風雨一劇裡的普洛斯普洛,與卡力班、卡力班的母親塞克瑞克斯,如何在心理狀態與境遇上相似,藉此總結本論文的主題,西方男性藉由描述、引用、誤用來建構異族女性的形象,而在這建構的過程中顯現出西方男性自身對於認同與秩序的焦慮。
This thesis explores Shakespeare’s representations of foreign women, and shows the relationship between the texts and their social contexts. The content of this thesis includes four chapter-length studies of gender and race in Shakespeare’s works, one each on Titus Andronicus, Shakespeare’s Sonnets, Antony and Cleopatra, one on The Merchant of Venice, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Othello, and the conclusion on The Tempest. In these works I discover that the images of Shakespeare’s foreign women, that are alienated and marginalized, are grounded in the interwoven relationships among the poetic and dramatic conventions, the geographical and exotic imagination, and the theatrical practices in the early modern period. Through an examination of the ways in which the foreign women are presented, how the texts’ elaborate strategies undertaken present the foreignness of the other reveals the anxieties of western male-dominant culture about being contaminated by the racial and gender other in the early modern period. The presences and the absences of the foreign women not only destabilize the cultural order the western white supremacy attempts to rebuild but also connote the Elizabethan and Jacobean anxiety of self-affirmation.
Introduction 1


Chapter One: Tamora’s Womb 25


Chapter Two: The Black Well of My Will:
Gender and Race in Shakespeare’s Sonnets 59


Chapter Three: Performing Cleopatra 84


Chapter Four: The Absent Foreign Mothers:
the Ring, the Indian Boy and the Handkerchief 121


Conclusion 175


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