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研究生:紀雅嵐
研究生(外文):Yalan Chi
論文名稱:柯律治現實生活情感與對會話詩中之自我體認
論文名稱(外文):Coleridge''s Feeling and Thought: Self-Realization in the Conversation Poems
指導教授:蔡梅曦蔡梅曦引用關係
指導教授(外文):Meishi Tsai
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:靜宜大學
系所名稱:英國語文學系研究所
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:2010
畢業學年度:98
語文別:英文
論文頁數:89
中文關鍵詞:柯律治人生的喜悅與痛苦思維情感對話詩
外文關鍵詞:conversation poemsthoughtColeridge&apos&aposs life of pleasure and painfeeling
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柯律治的對話詩被認為是他的個人寫照,從中讀者可感受他從自然中的所得到的感受與內在情感的反射。經由感官而來的感覺是柯律治思維的源頭,在對話詩中柯律治呈現其思維歷程,是由柯氏的內在情感衝動所強化而產生。情感到思維產生的歷程與柯律治其哲學中轉化痛苦至喜悅的理論相似,他轉化心理機能到形而上思維視為一種安慰與即時逃避痛苦的方式。
本論文有四章,在第一章中說明我的研究方向、對柯律治對話詩的批判性概述並陳述其對話詩之發展,以及想像力和情感與思維的關係。第二章中藉由引述柯律治的個人筆記來解釋其人生中的喜悅與痛苦。第三章介紹先情感到思維的心理變化脈動過程,並透過三首自選對話詩: 風豎琴、菩提園亭我囚房、夜半霜來例證。最終章中,在討論柯氏的對話詩中,自我體認過程中尋求一種有機整體,與柯律治在對抗其人生痛苦時,反應在其哲學中所表現出來的可能方向。
Coleridge''s conversation poems are regarded as the most personal poems, in which we see the reflection of Coleridge''s perception received from nature as well as his inner thought. The feelings Coleridge perceived from the senses are the origin of thought. In conversation poems Coleridge presents his thought-process intensified by the impulse of feelings within the heart of the poet. The process from the feelings to thought in the conversation poem is analogous to the Coleridge''s thoery  of transforming pain into pleasure in philosophy. Coleridge transforms the mental function into a metaphysical thought as a relief and an immediate escape from his sorrow.
     The thesis consists of four chapters. The first chapter provides the direction of my study, critical overview and development of Coleridge''s conversation poems, and the imagination in relation to the feeling and thought. The second chapter illustrates the pleasure and pain in Coleridge''s life by addressing his personal notes. The third chapter introduces the psychological movement from feeling into thought and exemplifies the movement through three selected conversation poems “The Eoilian Harp,” “The Lime-Tree Bower My Prison,” and “Frost at Midnight.” The final chapter discusses the process of self-realization in the quest for an organic unity in conversation poems and the possible directions as Coleridge confronts sorrow in his life.
Contents
 
Chinese Abstract …................................................................................................ i
English Abstract......................................................................................................ii
Contents..................................................................................................................iv
Abbreviations used in notes.....................................................................................v
Chapter One: Introduction........................................................................................1
I.      A Critical Overviews directed to Coleridge’ conversation poems....................................................................................5
II.    Coleridge and Imagination.................................................13
III.  Feeling and Thought in Imagination..................................19
Chapter Two: Pleasure and Pain in Coleridge''s Life...............................................22
I.      Oscillation between Dejection and Joy..............................23
II.    Life of Pleasure and Pain...................................................34
Chapter Tree: Coleridge''s Feeling into Thought in Conversation Poems...............49
I.      The Motion from Feeling into Thought............................49
II.    Analysis of Conversation Poems.......................................54
Chapter Four: Conclusion.......................................................................................72
Bibliography............................................................................................................78
 
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