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研究生:陳彥璁
研究生(外文):Yen-Tsung Chen
論文名稱:海明威《旭日東昇》與勞倫斯《查泰萊夫人的情人》中父權社會式微的意象與女性的自決
論文名稱(外文):Images of a Declining Patriarchal Society and the Emergence of Women’s Self-determinism in Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises and Lawrence’s Lady Chatterley’s Lover
指導教授:丁善雄丁善雄引用關係
指導教授(外文):Shan-hsiung Ting
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:中國文化大學
系所名稱:英國語文學研究所
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:2007
畢業學年度:95
語文別:英文
論文頁數:71
中文關鍵詞:勞倫斯海明威第二性
外文關鍵詞:D.H. LawrenceErnest HemingwayThe Second Sex
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摘要
古往今來, 男性總是扮演了控制女性的角色。 在現代社會中, 我們可以發現男女的關係已產生了劇烈的變化:女性在也不是男性的附屬品了。 相反地, 女性拒絕被壓迫並嘗試去反轉她們先前不被重視的地位。 在《查泰夫人的情人》與《旭日東昇》中 男女的關係是複雜的。 它包含了女人的獨立, 男性的不安全感, 和男女之間的微妙互動。 兩位女性角色康妮和布蘭娣在小說中扮演的追求女性身體和心靈自由的現代女性。 兩位在小說中性無能的男性角色也扮演著父權社會中的流放者,面對者女性尋求解放的事實。 男性勢力的衰微和女性的自決成為了一個新的現象而嘗試在這失衡的男女關係中找出一個平衡點是我所期待的。 《查泰夫人的情人》和 《旭日東昇》提供了我很好的題材來討論並反應現代社會男女的關係。
論文共分六個章節。 第一章介紹勞倫斯和海明威以及他們的作品:《查泰夫人的情人》和《旭日東昇》。 第二章討論西蒙波娃和她的作品《第二性》。 第三章討論小說中的父權。 第四章對小說中一些重要的角色作性格分析。 第五章比較這些角色並探討小說中的象徵。 第六章總結小說中所觀察到的現象來探討現今社會的男女關係。
Abstract
Throughout the history, when it comes to the relationship between men and women, men have been playing a role in dominating women in many aspects for centuries. However, in modern society, we can see that the dramatic transformation has occurred. Women are no longer men’s ancillas. Instead they refuse to be oppressed and attempt to reverse their derogatory status. In Lady Chatterley’s Lover, and The Sun Also Rises, the relationship between men and women is complicated. It involves the independence of women, men’s insecurity, and subtle interaction between men and women. Two main female characters, Brett Ashley in The Sun, and Connie in Lady C, play the role of modern women, using their own ways to pursue female freedom physically and mentally. Two impotent male characters, Jake and Clifford in The Sun and Lady C, play the role of the expatriate of the patriarchal society, finding their own ways in facing the reality. The relation between men’s deteriorating power and women’s reviving determinism shapes a new phenomenon in society. This thesis attempts to find a balance and possible solution for the worsened relationship. However, the relationship between men and women in The Sun and Lady C is a practical example for me to research deeply and also reflect the relationship of modern couples.
The thesis is divided into six chapters. Chapter I introduces D.H. Lawrence and Ernest Hemingway, and their works: Lady Chatterley’s Lover, and The Sun Also Rises. Chapter II introduces Simone de Beauvoir and her work, The Second Sex. Chapter III discusses the patriarchy in Lady Chatterley’s Lover and The Sun Also Rises. Chapter IV characterizes some important characters in Lady Chatterley’s Lover, and The Sun Also Rises. Chapter V compares these important characters and some of the symbols in the novels. Chapter VI concludes what I observe in the novels to discuss the relationship between men and women today.
Content
Abstract(English) vi
Abstract(Chinese) vii
Acknowledges viii
Chapter I Introduction 1
Chapter II Simone de Beauvoir and important concepts in The Second Sex 12
Chapter III The patriarchal system 16
A. the definition of patriarchy
B. patrimony and hierarchy in Lady Chatterley’s Lover
C. physical domination in Lady Chatterley’s Lover
D. decline of patriarchal myth in The Sun Also Rises
Chapter IV Characterization 31
A. male characters: Jake, Cohn, Clifford, and Mellors
B. female characters: Brett and Connie

Chapter V Comparison of important characters and patriarchal
symbols in The Sun and Lady C 48
A. Jake vs. Clifford
B. Mellors vs. Cohn
C. Cohn vs. Brett
Conclusion 65
Works Cited 69
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