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研究生:吳靖遠
研究生(外文):Ching-yuan Wu
論文名稱:以不列顛人之名:《不列顛列王史》與十二世紀文化變遷
論文名稱(外文):In the Name of the Britons: Historia regum Britanniae and the 12th Century Cultural Change
指導教授:蘇其康蘇其康引用關係
指導教授(外文):Francis So
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:2009
畢業學年度:97
語文別:英文
論文頁數:173
中文關鍵詞:文化變遷蒙茅斯的傑佛瑞王權不列顛列王史長子繼承制
外文關鍵詞:Geoffrey of MonmouthHistoria regum BritanniaeCultural Changeprimogeniturekingship
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此論文發現「蒙茅斯的傑佛瑞」[Geoffrey of Monmouth]所撰之《不列顛列王史》[Historia regum Britanniae]內含支持王權政治與長子繼承制的政治論述。透過分析前人研究,以及以文化變遷理論觀察文本的方式,本文主張《不列顛列王史》以諾曼史家「聖康坦的杜朵」[Dudo of Saint-Quentin]所撰之《元始諾曼諸公爵之事蹟》[De moribus et actis primorum Normannorum Ducum]、諾曼人征不列顛島以後的發展過程、以及作家對於王權政治與長子繼承制的支持,作為組織其他資料成為政治論述的方法。本文亦發現,作家對於王權政治與長子繼承制的支持,被後世無名氏作家所撰之《初本盎格魯諾曼散文版之布魯特編年史》[The Oldest Anglo-Norman Prose Brut Chronicle]中討論,並引介契約概念,對連王權制與長子繼承制並行也無法解決的內戰矛盾提出解決方案。
This thesis finds that Geoffrey of Monmouth’s Historia regum Britanniae includes political arguments that support kingship government and primogeniture. Through analysis of existing academic literature, and through the perspective of cultural change theory, this thesis argues that Geoffrey employs three elements—the Norman writer Dudo of Saint-Quentin’s work De moribus et actis primorum Normannorum ducum, the historical progress of the Normans after their conquest of Britain, and the Geoffrey’s own support for kingship and primogeniture—to compose diverse information into a political argument. This thesis also discovers that Geoffrey’s political argument for kingship government and primogeniture is discussed by the Anonymous author of The Oldest Anglo-Norman Prose Brut Chronicle. The
Anonymous author proposes the idea of contract as solvency for the civil wars which the combination of kingship and primogeniture alone cannot resolve.
Acknowledgements i
Chinese Abstract ii
English Abstract iii
Introduction 1
Chapter 1: Culture Change, Principle of Imitation, and Literature as
Cultural Object 18
1. Culture Change 18
2. Principle of Imitation 22
3. Literature as Cultural Object 28
Chapter 2: Socio-Cultural Change during the Anglo-Norman Realm
and the Creation of the Norman Historiographical Tradition 35
1. The Socio-Cultural Condition of the Anglo-Norman Realm 35
2. The Ecclesiastic and the Intelligentia 45
3. Anglo-Norman Historiographical Tradition as Cultural
Achievement 53
Chapter 3: Creation of Brutus and the British kingship Society 69
1. The Creation of Brutus 70
2. Creation of the Trojan “Ducal Community” 81
3. The Juxtaposed British Foundation Story 87
Chapter 4: Creation of the British Kingship Society and the British
Historical Development 96
1. Creating the British Kingship Society 98
2. The Development of the British Succession System as Imitation
of the Development of the Anglo-Norman Succession System 110
3. Patterns of British Historical Development and the Role of Kingship
Succession in British Historical Development 117
Chapter 5: Interpretation of British History and Solution to Tragedy 127
1. Tragedy—interpreting the future of monarchy 128
2. The Oldest Anglo-Norman Brut Chronicle 139
3. Contract-Based Society: A Response to Geoffrey’s Tragic Future of
Monarchy 144
Conclusion 151
Apendix 1: List of the Kings of Britain 153
Works Cited 156
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