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研究生:陳明秀
研究生(外文):Ming-HsiuChen
論文名稱:婚姻與權力:約翰•福特劇本之歷史與政治性閱讀
論文名稱(外文):Marriage and Power: John Ford's Plays in Their Historical and Political Context
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:2012
畢業學年度:100
語文別:英文
論文頁數:208
中文關鍵詞:神聖婚姻性規範夫妻之愛柏拉圖之愛自然法權力關係
外文關鍵詞:holy matrimonysexual regulationsconjugal lovePlatonic lovethe natural lawpower relations
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本論文以文藝復興時期英國之性規範、愛情言說、及查理一世與下議院議員間的政治角力為主軸來詮釋約翰•福特的劇本。論文議題選自當時對婚姻目的之定義及婚姻家國觀下的政治隱射。理論觀點則採用傅柯所提出的權力關係及其相關概念,包括抵抗、全景敞視主義、真理、治理、反治理、征服技術等,來分析當時婚姻體制及文化與政治衝突中所使用的策略,進而整理出福特作品中對當時人與神、教會與宮廷、國王與下議院議員間權力關係中所抱持的立場。文中將解析文藝復興時期英國性規範如何建構於神聖婚姻之上,及其具體的規訓及規範策略,透過作品分析來證明福特支持當時的性規範及人與神間的從屬關係。此外,文中將分析當時清教徒教士所宣導的夫妻之愛與因瑪麗亞皇后影響而踐履於宮廷的柏拉圖之愛,用以解析教會與宮廷間的權力行使及其所衍生的抵抗,進而藉由文本閱讀,來證明福特對夫妻之愛的支持與對柏拉圖之愛委婉的抗拒。再則,文中將梳理查理一世與下議院議員間的政治角力及其各自使用的征服技術,並以聖多瑪斯‧阿奎納所闡述的自然法與道德美德之角度,分析福特如何在劇本中,重製下議院議員及查理一世分別使用的征服技術,並針對引發爭議的權利議題提出解決之道。最後,論文結論將就福特對夫妻、監護人長兄與其妹的典型人物刻劃進行分析,證明導致查理一世踏上斷頭台的反叛力量早在福特的作品中就已浮現。
This dissertation interprets John Ford's major plays in relation to the sexual regulations in Renaissance England, the contemporary rival discourses of love, and the political struggle between Charles I and the Commons. The issues in question are drawn from the officially defined purposes of marriage and the political implication of marriage as established by the commonwealth model of marriage popularized in Renaissance England. The theoretical approach of this study is mainly based on Michel Foucault's concept of power relations and its corollaries (or variations)— resistance, panopticism, truth, government, counter-conduct, and techniques of subjection. The tactical aspects of the marriage institution and the then current cultural and political conflicts will be explored in order to tease out the playwright's allegiances in the fields of power relations, especially those between God and man, the Church and the Court, and the monarch and the MPs. The dissertation will show that Ford endorses the sexual regulations of his time and the relationship of domination between God and man. His allegiance to the Puritan discourse of conjugal love and his indirect resistance to the cult of Platonic love popularized at court will also be demonstrated. The techniques of subjection used to sustain both Charles's prerogative government and the Commons’ counter-conduct will be analyzed to uncover the political messages delivered in Ford's play. Finally, this dissertation will conclude with an analysis of the playwright's typical characterizations of couples as well as sibling guardians and wards to indicate that the subversive forces that culminated in Charles's decapitation was already visible in Ford's plays.
Introduction: 1
Chapter One: Dramatic Endorsement of Sexual Regulations 20
Chapter Two: Rival Discourses of Love: Conjugal Love vs.
Platonic Love 53
Chapter Three: Dramatic Reproduction of Subjection and
Negotiation of Rights 128
Conclusion: 185
Works Cited: 193

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