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研究生:關伊琇
研究生(外文):Yi-Hsiu Kuan
論文名稱:內化次等:論牙買加‧金凱德《我母親的自傳》
論文名稱(外文):Internalizing Inferiority in Jamaica Kincaid''s The Autobiography of My Mother
指導教授:高嘉勵高嘉勵引用關係吳佩如
口試委員:林宛瑄廖培真
口試日期:2016-06-02
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立中興大學
系所名稱:外國語文學系所
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:2016
畢業學年度:104
語文別:英文
論文頁數:82
中文關鍵詞:殖民自卑感加勒比海內化遺傳種族母女關係
外文關鍵詞:ColonizationSense of InferiorityCaribbeanInternalizationInheritanceRaceMother-daughter Relationship
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本篇論文旨在探討牙買加•金凱德小說《我母親的自傳》中的加勒比海地區種族階級議題。透過種族階級之觀察,揭開人民自我內化種族低劣感,並於種族階級中,向上流動的社會現象。本論文一共分為三個章節以探討蘇拉在《我母親的自傳》中所親身體悟到的後殖民社會。第一章藉由觀查蘇拉的父親致力於擁有財富及社會地位,以擺脫其弱勢後裔身份。然而,對此,暗藏於蘇拉父親心中的卻是法農 (Frantz Fanon) 於黑皮膚白面具 (Black Skin, White Mask) 中所探討的種族自卑感作祟。第二章主要藉由觀察母女關係,表達母親雖身為文化與女兒之間的傳承角色,然而,透過長時間地內化殖民文化,母親不但已成為殖民者般的角色來形塑女兒對自我之身份認同,並且透過傳承,也傳遞其內化之殖民文化於下一代之中。第三章主要藉由觀察女性為擺脫生活上及經濟上之顛沛流離,進而透過婚姻及身體,得到看似生活上之安逸。然而,女性卻在婚姻中發現,其失去的不單單只是身體,而是一輩子的虛無生活。

The thesis mainly focuses on the issue of racial hierarchy in West Indies in Jamaica Kincaid’s The Autobiography of My Mother. In the thesis, internalizing racial inferiority is revealed and simultaneously upgrading themselves by any means in the racial hierarchy is also shown. The thesis is divided into three chapters to discuss what Xuela sees and experiences in a post-colonial society in Dominica. In Chapter One, Xuela’s father, Alfred Richardson, is the main focus. By observing Alfred Richardson, it is easy to find out he identifies himself only with money and high social status. However, if we use the lens of Frantz Fanon’s perspective in Black Skin; White Mask – sense of inferiority – then, we will find out the reason what Alfred Richardson does is due to his sense of inferiority to his race. Then, Chapter Two, by observing different mother-daughter relationships, says mothers are the very mediators between culture and daughters. However, after internalizing colonial culture, mothers themselves cannot but transform into colonizers to raise daughters and even shape daughters’ identity. Finally, Chapter Three discusses women sell their bodies and only get married with men who have money and high social status in order to get rid of poverty. However, women eventually just find out what they gain is not a life with ease as they think, but their following lives in vain.

Table of Contents
Introduction --- 1
Chapter One: The Continuity of the Distorted Self in the Father-Son Relationship --- 10
I.Fanon’s Postcolonial Theory of Inferiority Complex in Antilles --- 12
II.Alfred Richardson’s Rejection and Embrace: Africa versus Europe --- 16
III.Alfred Richardson’s Advocacy of White Culture --- 19
IV.The Presence of the Fathers as Heroic Role in Caribbean Families --- 24
V.Continuity of Alfred’s “Colonial Dynasty”: Father-Son Inheritance --- 27
Chapter Two: Flowing Powers between the Colonizer and the Colonized as to Mothers and Daughters --- 32
I.Women as the Mediators of the Culture and of the History --- 33
II.Ma Eunice as the Captive of the Colonial System --- 37
III.The inheritance between the stepmother and Elizabeth --- 43
IV.Inheritance between Xuela and her Mother: a Travel to the Caribbean Past --- 45
Chapter Three: Women’s Self-love and Self-possession in West Indies --- 55
I.Female Slaves’ Miserable Lives in History --- 56
II.Invalid Marriages in the Caribbean Area --- 60
III.Xuela Arouses Self-love and Self-possession for Women --- 69
Conclusion --- 78
Works Cited --- 80



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