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研究生:黃巧僮
研究生(外文):Chiao-Tung Huang
論文名稱:以成長小說的觀點探討《偷書賊》中主角的成長
論文名稱(外文):The Book Thief as a Bildungsroman
指導教授:黃裕惠黃裕惠引用關係
指導教授(外文):Yu-Hui Huang
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:世新大學
系所名稱:英語學研究所(含碩專班)
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:2015
畢業學年度:103
語文別:英文
論文頁數:76
中文關鍵詞:馬格斯․朱薩克《偷書賊》成長小說文字的力量
外文關鍵詞:Markus ZusakThe Book ThiefBildungsromanthe power of words
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本論文主要是將馬格斯.朱薩克的《偷書賊》定義為成長小說,探討書中主角,莉賽爾的成長與改變。本論文分為五個部分。首先在序論先探討成長小說的定義及與《偷書賊》相關的文獻探討。第一章探討書本如何幫助莉賽爾成長。她藉由學習閱讀體會到「文字的力量」,這股力量不僅幫助她重拾自尊也幫助她成長,她也利用這股力量,透過閱讀幫助別人。莉賽爾過去是個文盲,藉由學習她變成最了解文字的人。第二章探討六位代表性的人物如何幫助莉賽爾成長。這六位分別為:漢斯、羅莎、魯迪、依爾莎、麥克斯及侯莎菲太太,這六位角色以不同的方式幫助莉賽爾成長。第三章探討莉賽爾在生理及心理上的轉變成長的過程,而心理方面的成長又再分為智能、情感及道德,三個不同層面的成長。藉由分析莉賽爾成長轉變的過程,驗證莉賽爾的思想及心理從天真幼稚走向成熟。並進一步瞭解「文字的力量」所帶給人的影響。最後,在結論中總結,藉由以上的三個主題的分析,論證《偷書賊》是符合成長小說的定義。
This thesis aims to scrutinize Markus Zusak's The Book Thief as a Bildungsroman. A Bildungsroman focuses on the growing process of the protagonist from innocence to maturity. This study employs close reading as the major method to present a form of thematic content analysis. The analytical part of the paper is based on the content of The Book Thief.
This thesis deals with three issues to examine the growth of the protagonist: books, characters and transformation of Liesel. Each chapter presents that Liesel achieves maturity with the different supports. Chapter One deals with the representative ten of the fourteen books. Employing on the analyses of the ten books to expound books help Liesel mature. Liesel used to be literate, through the process of learning to read she realizes the power of words that can be used for good and evil. In Chapter Two, this study focuses on Liesel's relationship with the significant six characters. The noteworthy six characters are: Hans, Rosa, Rudy, Ilsa, Max and Holtzapfel. They teach her by their own examples and give her the different supports to achieve maturity. Chapter Three examines the process of Liesel's transformations in physiology and psychology. Psychological growth is divided into intellect, emotion and moral. A basis on the analyses clarifies Liesel's transformation from innocence to maturity. All these analyses will be helpful to justify that The Book Thief can be interpreted as a Bildungsroman.
Acknowledgement i
Abstract (English) ii
Abstract (Chinese) iii
Introduction 1
A. The Rites of Passage in The Book Thief 2
B. Literature Review 3
C. Motivation and Methodology 10
Chapter One: Books within the Book 12
The Gravedigger's Handbook 13
The Shoulder Shrug 15
Mein Kampf (My Struggle) 18
The Standover Man 19
The Whistler 20
The Dream Carrier 22
The Duden Dictionary and Thesaurus 23
The Wordshaker 25
The Last Human Stranger 27
The Book Thief 28
Chapter Two: The Bonds with Other Characters 31
Hans 31
Rosa 34
Rudy 37
Ilsa 39
Holtzapfel 43
Max 45
Chapter Three: Change and Growth of Liesel 50
Physical Growth 50
Intellectual Growth 52
Emotional Growth 54
Moral Growth 59
Conclusion 65
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