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標題: 顛覆男性霸權以重新建構自我:瑪格麗特.艾特伍的《化名葛蕾絲》
Reconstructing the Self by Subverting Phallocratic Power: Margaret Atwood''s Alias Grace
作者: 陳麗琪
Chen, Li-Chi
關鍵字: Margaret Atwood
瑪格麗特.艾特伍
Alias Grace
reconstructing the self by subverting
Victorian values
Hegel
master-slave dialectic
ecriture feminine
化名葛蕾絲
建構自我
維多利亞時代價值觀
黑格爾
主人奴隸辯證法
陰性書寫
出版社: 外國語文學系所
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摘要: 瑪格麗特.艾特伍是加拿大著名的作家。她在作品中呈現了男女間之關係及女性遭逢的困境。艾特伍的《化名葛蕾絲》將歷史事件編寫成小說。主要人物葛蕾絲.馬克斯在十六歲時被判犯有謀殺罪。 在本論文中,我試圖檢驗《化名葛蕾絲》中女性如何挑戰父權體制的壓迫。第一章主要談論維多利亞時代價值觀對小說中人物的影響。本小說以十九世紀中葉的加拿大為背景。當時的加拿大仍然為英國的殖民地。此即為何小說世界裡的公眾以維多利亞時代價值觀來評斷主角葛蕾絲.馬克斯。事實上維多利亞時期的價值觀乃是父權體制的操作。該時期的男性在女性身上加諸許多成規以達到其壓迫女性的目的。論文第二章則根據黑格爾的「主人-奴隸」辯證法分析男性和女性之間的關係。最後,第三章將運用陰性書寫探討艾特伍與葛蕾絲如何抵拒父權社會運作的二元霸權系統;這些討論旨在彰顯男性如何實踐父權制度的圭臬及女性如何對抗壓迫。
An eminent writer of Canada, Margaret Atwood in her works explores the relationship between the sexes and the predicaments women encounter. In Alias Grace she fictionalizes an historical event, in which the central figure, Grace Marks, was convicted of murder at the age of sixteen. In this thesis, I intend to examine how women characters challenge patriarchal oppression in Alias Grace. In Chapter One, I will discuss the great impacts the Victorian values have on characters of the novel. The novel is set in mid-nineteenth century when Canada was colonized by Britain. This is why the public of the novel judges the protagonist, Grace Marks, by Victorian values. In fact, the Victorian values are the operation of patriarchy. Through the construction of these values, men impose lots of conventions upon women so as to attain their goal of oppressing the other sex. In Chapter Two, I will apply Hegel's “master-slave” dialectic to analyze the relationship between men and women. Finally, in Chapter Three, I employ ecriture feminine to discuss how Atwood and Grace resist the patriarchal dual system. Through these discussions, I will present how men practice their patriarchal rules and how women resist oppression.
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