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研究生:孫維民
研究生(外文):Wei-min Sun
論文名稱:米爾頓失樂園的解構閱讀
論文名稱(外文):A Deconstructive Reading of Milton's Paradise Lost
指導教授:邱源貴邱源貴引用關係
指導教授(外文):Yuan-guey Chiou
學位類別:博士
校院名稱:國立成功大學
系所名稱:外國語文學系碩博士班
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:2009
畢業學年度:97
語文別:英文
論文頁數:207
中文關鍵詞:德•曼米爾頓解構失樂園徳希達
外文關鍵詞:MiltondeconstructionDerridaPaul de ManParadise Lost
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德希達以為,每一個文本內部都包容著自我矛盾及抗拒整合的素質,都會自我崩離,也因此,每一個文本都是可以解構的。解構並非是可以經由外部加諸文本的方法。在每一個文本裡,總是已經存在著「困境」與「斷裂」,令文本不自主或不自知地背叛自身。
那麼,依據解構的說法,米爾頓的《失樂園》並不應該比其他的文本更適於,或更不適於,解構。然而,米爾頓的史詩似乎的確更為適合解構之用。在題材方面,它牽涉了本源的問題及善惡的二元對立等等。在形式上,《失樂園》則時常予人含糊不清或眾聲喧嘩的印象。除此之外,米爾頓很可能在《失樂園》裡故意製造了某些齟齬與不確定,以便讓他的史詩看起來頗有疑問,故而充滿話題。吾人甚或可以大膽宣稱:米爾頓雖然不知道「延異」、「替補」、「跡痕」和「原書寫」之類的術語,在某些方面,他卻近似一名解構主義者。他清楚語言不能完整而終極地現呈意義。果然如此,《失樂園》從發表之後,便能持續吸引眾多不同甚至極端相左的評論,這或許並非巧合。
只要米爾頓的批評家們還相信語言是實體的、足以指涉外物的──而非純粹差異性的──符號系統,那麼,有關《失樂園》的爭論就會持續下去。解構悖離邏各斯中心主義的傳統,質疑語言及一切事物可以自我呈顯意義的信念,希望在詮釋米爾頓的史詩一事上,能夠提供另一條路徑。
In Jacques Derrida’s opinion, every text is deconstructible, containing the moments of self-contradiction and points of inner resistance within its own corpus and hence performing on itself the act of dismantlement. Deconstruction is thus not a method one can apply to a text from the outside. In every text there are always already the “aporias” or “fractures” where the text betrays itself unintentionally or unawares.
When viewed deconstructively, therefore, John Milton’s Paradise Lost should be neither more nor less deconstructible than any other text. However, Milton’s epic poem seems particularly suitable for a deconstructive analysis. Its subject matter is related to the problem of origin and the binary opposition of good and evil, among other things, and its form is frequently considered ambiguous or multivocal. Moreover, it is not unlikely that, in Paradise Lost, Milton has created discrepancy and undecidability deliberately in order to make his epic poem appear problematic and hence controversial. In a sense---we may even venture to say---Milton is somewhat of a deconstructive writer, perceiving the fact that meaning is never completely, or finally, present in language, though it is certain that he is ignorant of such terms as “differance,” “supplementarity,” “traces” and “arche-writing.” It may not be a pure coincidence, accordingly, that Paradise Lost has instigated more varied and often conflicting interpretations since its publication.
The controversy over Paradise Lost is liable to continue as long as Milton critics envisage language as a system of substantial or referential, rather than purely differential, signs. It is hoped that deconstruction, by moving away from the logocentric tradition and interrogating the belief in the self-presentation of meaning in language as well as in everything else, may provide another approach to Milton’s epic poem.
Chapter 1 introduction 1

Chapter 2 Origin and Supplementarity 23

Chapter 3 The Binary Opposition: Good and Evil 66

Chapter 4 Prelapsarian or Postlapsarian?: The Language(s) 108

Chapter 5 Interpretation and Intertextuality 147

Chapter 6 Conclusion 194

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