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研究生(外文):Fang, Dai-Zi
論文名稱(外文):The Strength of Modesty:Reader-Response Interviews on the Female Image in Anne Bradstreet’s Poetry
指導教授(外文):Huang, Han-YuWang, Mei-Wen
外文關鍵詞:Anne Bradstreetfemale imagereader-response interviews
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近年來在台灣以探討美國女性文學之研究很多,但研究內容以清教徒女性文學為主的論文數量卻不多。本研究之目的在探討清教徒女性作家安.布雷斯翠(Anne Bradstreet) 詩中女性意象之描繪。研究內容以布雷斯翠的詩詞為主,研究方法則以文本分析輔以讀者訪談的方式進行。研究結果顯示,不同年齡、教育背景、職業之讀者在解讀詩詞文本時確實存在著顯著差異。研究結果亦進一步指出,即使身處於男女身分不平等之清教徒社會,安.布雷斯翠的詩詞亦呈現出其獨特的女性文學特色,並同時為女性發聲。最後,希望藉由本研究的結果可以提供未來清教徒女性文學的研究者及教師作為後續研究之參考。
In Taiwan, there have not been many studies focusing on feminine writing and female image in early American literature. This study conducts textual analysis and semi-structured interview to analyze the depiction of female image in Anne Bradstreet‘s Poetry. Results show that readers with different backgrounds make significantly different responses. Moreover, we find Bradstreet takes a thoughtful way at the prevailing attitudes of her day, in which women are not considered equals to men. Bradstreet is proud to be a poet and does not consider it sinful to undertake such an endeavor. The researcher believes that the results of this study will be useful to the female literary studies in the future and it can also help other researchers and readers to view literary texts from a new perspective of female writing.
Introduction 1
Anne Bradstreet and Her Writing Style 3
Research Questions 4
Methodology 6
Value of Research 10

Chapter One Anne Bradstreet and Her Family Relationship 11
1.1 Biographical Note on Anne Bradstreet 11
1.2 Representation of Motherhood in Anne Bradstreet’s
Poetry 13
1.3 Women’s Subordinate Position in Literary Creation 17

Chapter Two The Depiction of Female Image in Anne
Bradstreet’s Poetry 26
2.1 A Brief Discussion of Female Image 26
2.2 Anne Bradstreet and Other Authors’ Female Image 27
2.3 The Female Image in"To My Dear and Loving Husband" 32

Chapter Three Readers’ Interpretation of Anne Bradstreet’s
Poetry 36
3.1 Readers’ Encounter with Womanhood in Anne Bradstreet’s
Poetry 36
3.2 Readers’ Encounter with Female Image in Anne
Bradstreet’s Poetry 45

Conclusion 53
Discussions 53
Interdisciplinary 54
Thoughts for Future Researches 55

Appendix 58
( Table.1 ) Interviewees 58
( Table.2 ) Questions for Interview 59

Works Cited 60
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