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研究生:黃娜娸
研究生(外文):HUANG, NA-CHI
論文名稱:慾望書寫:特蕾西‧舍瓦利耶《淑女與獨角獸》及 《戴著珍珠耳環的少女》之文本研究
論文名稱(外文):Writings of Desires: Tracy Chevalier’s The Lady and the Unicorn and Girl with a Pearl Earring
指導教授:李翠玉李翠玉引用關係
指導教授(外文):LEE, TSUI-YU
口試委員:李翠玉朱雯娟翁佳萍
口試委員(外文):LEE, TSUI-YUCHU, WEN-CHUANWENG, CHIA-PING
口試日期:2016-07-19
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立高雄師範大學
系所名稱:英語學系
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:105
語文別:英文
論文頁數:94
中文關鍵詞:特蕾西‧舍瓦利耶《淑女與獨角獸》《戴著珍珠耳環的少女》慾望
外文關鍵詞:Tracy ChevalierThe Lady and the UnicornGirl with a Pearl Earringdesires
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此篇論文將聚焦在特蕾西‧舍瓦利耶的兩本小說:《淑女與獨角獸》與《戴著珍珠耳環的少女》中,針對贊助人、畫家與被繪畫者之間的慾望關係做研究探討。
這兩本小說皆是根據藝術家的作品作為藍圖,而這些作品中都含有男性藝術家本身情感和慾望的投射。女性模特兒在小說中,為了滿足自身的慾望,除了表現自己的女性特質外,也顯現對權力追逐之慾望。
本篇論文分為五個章節。第一章簡介本篇論文的寫作動機,以及解釋慾望在這兩本小說中的重要性。第二章著重《淑女與獨角獸》中對慾望的追求:包含處女的美德和誘惑。藝術家的慾望投射也反映在獨角獸身上,包含基督教教義中的象徵,以及陽具化的特徵。第三章主軸放在《戴著珍珠耳環的少女》小說中對權力的慾望。藝術、愛情和婚姻皆取決於有權力的人身上,所以小說中女性人物對權力的追逐,即是想滿足自己的慾望。綜括第二章和第三章,皆在談論小說中慾望如何促使藝術品的產生。第四章探討慾望如何呈現在藝術作品中,包含藝術家慾望的投射和變形,藝術作品被商品化的過程。第五章總結全篇論文中關於慾望的主要論點,與本篇論文的重要貢獻。
This thesis aims to emphasize desires among the sponsors, painters and models in The Lady and the Unicorn and Girl with a Pearl Earring. Both novels are based on the pictures which are the projections of male artists and their desires. To satisfy desires, female models in two novels, express feminine sexualities and displays the seduction of power.
The thesis is divided into five chapters. The first chapter introduces the writing ambition, and explains the importance of desires. Chapter two focuses on the desires of virgin values and the seduction in The Lady and the Unicorn. The Christian symbol and the masculine figures of unicorn are related to the projection of artist’s desire. The main idea in chapter three is the authority of desires in Girl with a Pearl Earring. Art, love and marriage are determined by power, so female characters: Griet and Catharina need the authority to satisfy their desires. Both in chapter two and chapter three examine discussed about how desires motivate art works. Chapter four shows how desires are displayed in art works, including the artists’ projection and transformation. Desires also lead to the process: art commodities of desires which are valued and exchangeable. The final chapter concludes main idea of the thesis. The contribution and the value of the thesis are mentioned in chapter five as well.
Abstract (Chinese) i
Abstracts (English) ii
Chapter One: Introduction --------------------------------------------------------------- 1
I. Desires: Definitions and Implications ---------------------------------------- 2
II. The Commodity: Male Painters and Female Models ---------------------- 6
III. One Horn and One Earring: Masculine Symbolizations and Desires for Female ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 9
IV. Organization of thesis --------------------------------------------------------- 12
Chapter Two: Desires of Love and Seduction in The Lady and the Unicorn: Virgin’s Fantasy, the Holy Creature among the Social Classes ------------ 15
I. The Holy Creature --------------------------------------------------------------- 20
II. Seduction of Virgin, the Good Name of Virgins ---------------------------- 25
III. The Tamed Animal ------------------------------------------------------------ 32
Chapter Three: Desires of Authority in Girl with a Pearl Earring ---------------- 41
I. The Round Pearl ----------------------------------------------------------------- 46
II. The Broken Marriage: Transformations of Morality and Value ---------- 54
III. The Cherish Jewelry: Transformations of Authority ---------------------- 59
Chapter Four: Exchange of Desires: The Silent Models and the Art Work ---- 64
I. The Silent Models and Transformations of Patriarchal Hierarchy ------- 70
II. The Artistic Production and the Commodity ------------------------------- 77
Chapter Five: Conclusion ----------------------------------------------------------------- 83
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