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研究生:史亞庭
研究生(外文):Alice Shih
論文名稱:將就於「彩虹國家」?從三部南非小說探討跨種族關係
論文名稱(外文):Embracing Rainbowism? Representations of Interracial Relationships in Three South African Novels
指導教授:齊東耿齊東耿引用關係
指導教授(外文):Duncan Donald McColl Chesney
口試委員:柏逸嘉余盛延
口試委員(外文):Guy BeauregardSheng-Yen Yu
口試日期:2015-07-03
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立臺灣大學
系所名稱:外國語文學研究所
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:2015
畢業學年度:103
語文別:英文
論文頁數:91
中文關鍵詞:南非種族歧視安德烈‧布林克J. M. 柯慈達蒙‧加爾格特南非民主聯盟學生組織海報彩虹國度非種族主義
外文關鍵詞:South AfricaracismAndre BrinkJ. M CoetzeeDamon GalgutDASO posterRainbow Nationnon-racialism
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本論文由安德烈‧布林克的《風中一瞬》(1976)、J. M. 柯慈的《屈辱》(1999)、達蒙‧加爾格特的《騙子》(2008)出發,探討種族歧視在南非不同時期的發展。此三個文本背景分別設定在南非殖民時期、政治轉型時期,以及當代的後反種族隔離政策時期。本論文聚焦於南非的歷史、社會政治以及經濟層面,由此三層面分析南非種族歧視的發展。面對南非當代種族議題,路易‧文生與賽蒙‧霍威爾在分析南非民主聯盟學生組織充滿爭議性的海報時,點出當代三個與種族問題難以切割的關鍵用語:「我不是種族主義者,但是……」、「我已經不在乎了」、「這不是種族問題,這是……」,這些定義了當今大眾對於種族歧視採取的態度。介於傳統的種族歧視與前述的當代態度之間,本論文藉由三本小說所設定的不同時空背景,探討種族議題如何由殖民時期的「激進種族歧視」,到轉型期的「非種族主義」,再發展到當今後反種族隔離時期的「再種族主義」。

This study explores the evolution of racism in South Africa by analysing representations of interracial relationships depicted in the novels of the following South African authors: André Brink’s An Instant in the Wind (1976) set in the colonial period, J. M. Coetzee’s Disgrace (1999) set in the transitional era of post-antiapartheid, and Damon Galgut’s The Impostor (2008) representing the current post-antiapartheid twenty-first century. I focus on the historical, socio-political, and economic aspects of South Africa to analyse how racism has developed over the years. I use Louise Vincent and Simon Howell’s identification of three popular incantations (“I’m not a racist but…,” “I’m over it,” and “it’s not race it’s…”), which define South Africa’s contemporary views on racism, in their discussion of a controversial poster designed by DASO (2012) representing a black-white couple. I bridge the gap between the conventional view of deep-seated racism and the diversified contemporary view by exploring how the race issue has transformed from radical racism, under the colonial and apartheid period, to the emerging of non-racialism during the transitional period, and then finally to a re-racialization in the post-antiapartheid state.

Committee Members’ Signatures... i
Acknowledgements... ii
English Abstract... v
Chinese Abstract... vi
I. Introduction... 1
II. Colonialism to Apartheid: A Journey into André Brink’s
An Instant in the Wind... 14
a. Reimagining Colonial Encounters...16
b.“The ultimate thou-shalt-not”... 24
c. A Trek into the Anterior...30
III. Transitional Period: The Emerging of a New Rainbow Nation in J. M. Coetzee’s Disgrace... 36
a. The Rise of the Rainbow Nation... 39
b.“You should try to be a good person too”... 40
c.“But isn’t there another way of looking at it”?... 46
d.“A good person. Not a bad resolution to make, in dark times.”... 51
IV. Non-Racial Rainbow Nation: The Omnipresence of Damon Galgut’s The Impostor(s)... 54
a.Rainbowism: “radiant and virginal”... 55
b. A Non-racial Rainbow Nation... 62
c. The Red Lion and the Secretary Bird... 68
d.The Impostor... 73
V. Conclusion... 79
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