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標題: 論《我輩孤雛》中不合邏輯之部分:顛覆、震驚與不可置信、以及諷刺福爾摩斯偵探小說
The Illogical Section in When We Were Orphans: Subversion, Shock and Incredulity, and a Crucial Passage to Parody the Sherlock Holmes Stories
作者: 黃莉婷
Huang, Li-Ting
關鍵字: binary oppositions
indirect trauma
the Sherlock Holmes stories
出版社: 外國語文學系所
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摘要: 本論文旨在探討石黑一雄《我輩孤雛》中不合邏輯部分之功用。我認為其功用主要有三:第一,此小說不合邏輯之部分顛覆傳統西方二元對立的思想,例如真實之於想像、西方(人)之於東方(人)、以及理智之於瘋狂。第二,此小說不合理之部分可讓讀者實際體會到小說主角在聽聞其母親長期被虐之後心中受到驚嚇與感覺不可置信的程度。第三,《我輩孤雛》中之不合邏輯部分亦諷刺具中產階級價值觀的福爾摩斯偵探小說。其原因為:福爾摩斯偵探小說的特色主要為寫實的陳述、強調客觀或科學式的調查、以及謎團終會解開,而《我輩孤雛》(特別是其不合理之部分)並非如此。
This thesis argues that the functions of the illogical section in When We Were Orphans are mainly three. Firstly, this section is to question the concept of binary oppositions such as the real and the imaginary, the West and the East, Westerners and Easterners, and rationality and madness. Secondly, it is to make readers experience by themselves the extent of Christopher Banks's shock and incredulity at and after the time when Philip tells him about Wang Ku's mistreatment of his mother. Thirdly, the unreasonable passage in this novel is to parody the Sherlock Holmes stories—which are completely realistic, emphasize objective or scientific survey, and underscore the clear-up of mysteries—in part because the Holmes stories are infused with the values of the bourgeois class.
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