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標題: 論潔西卡˙海格苳《夢叢林》中的帝國主義與性別
Imperialism and Gender in Jessica Tarahata Hagedorn’s Dream Jungle
作者: 張婉雅
Chang, Wan-ya
關鍵字: 潔西卡‧海格苳;Jessica Hagedorn;夢叢林;帝國主義;好萊塢電影;性別;Dream Jungle;imperialism;Hollywood films;gender
出版社: 外國語文學系所
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Hagedorn’s Dream Jungle portrays that the Filipinos are still living in the shadows of empires and cannot escape from the nightmare of colonization. Although the colonial era has gone, the Philippines has still been influenced by Western powers. Furthermore, the Philippine society is permeated by Western media and Filipinos are unable to establish their own cultural identity. By portraying two real historic events in 1970s—the discovery of the primitive Tasaday tribe and the filming of Francis Ford Coppola’s Apocalypse Now— Hagedorn criticizes Western imperial legacy in the Philippines. Hagedorn has the ability to master fictional narratives texts out of the real historical events and she attempts to explore colonial history and memory. Hagedorn utilizes layers and layers of images of conquerors to explore the imprint of multiple forms of domination on the country, such as colonization, imperialism, global capitalism.
This study will probe into the issues of American imperialism as well as gender, and the impact of colonial and imperialism which generates the crises of identity and masculinity in Hagedorn’s Dream Jungle. This thesis is composed of five chapters. For introduction, it lays out the thesis’s framework together with its topic and issue as well as a briefly introduction of the relation between the United Sates and the Philippines. Chapter One interprets Dream Jungle as a novel which explores the connection between Hollywood film industries and the U.S. Empire. Chapter Two reads the Philippines as a feminized role in the relations to Western countries and demonstrates the Philippine elites who try to restore national identity and masculinity. Chapter Three moves on to gender issue. I read female characters’ mobility as a strategy to transgress patriarchal laws, colonial forces and neo imperialism control and how females resist the violence system through individual mobility so as to seek the possibilities of negotiation.
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