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Title: 被殖民者的自傳──論鍾肇政《濁流三部曲》
The Autobiography of the Colonized—Zhao-zheng Zhong’s Turbid Waters Ttrilogy
Authors: 黃慧鳳
Keywords: 鍾肇政;殖民;自傳;精神分析;認同
Zhao-zheng Zhong;Colonial;Autobiography;Psychoanalysis;Identity
Date: 2012-09
Issue Date: 2013-05-28T09:36:04Z
Publisher: 彰化師範大學文學院
Abstract: 《濁流三部曲》由《濁流》、《江山萬裏》、《流雲》三部組成,由敘事觀點來看,可以發現是高度自傳的文本,充分顯示與記錄了日本殖民時期殖民地他者──鍾肇政的所思所想,因此本文擬以這個文學載體,來看附加於其上的精神內容,窺看一
From the narrative point of view, Turbid Waters Trilogy is highly regarded as autobiographical texts which reveal and record the colonial Other during the Japanese colonial period—Zhao-zheng Zhong’s thought and mind. Based on this literature as a “carrier,” this paper aims to analyze the spiritual contents, the Other’s perception in the colonial society, the approach to self identity and the building process of self identity. It is believed that these writings would provide valuable historical perspectives for future generations to understand Taiwan’s colonial history and its once lingering history complex. By and large, this trilogy reflects many aspects of the colonial society: the social hierarchy in colonial society, the impediments of Tennoization and the backlash against colonial society. It also records the growing enlightenment of “the masters of the state” in terms of their spirits in thought and the enlightenment of sex. These enlightenments, as such, reflect the path of self identity of the protagonist.
Relation: 彰化師範大學文學院學報, 6: 119-134
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