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標題: 新批評與告白詩的辯證
The Dialectics of New Criticism and Confessional Poetry
作者: 陳資璧
Chen, Tzi-bi
關鍵字: New Criticism;新批評;Confessional Poetry;Dialectics;告白詩;辯證
出版社: 外國語文學系研究所
布斯﹙Wayne Booth﹚所提的潛在作者(implied Author)一詞,正好提供一個兩種不同作
ubjective implied reader)之閱讀,在文本(text)的把關下,展現一定的客觀性。然而
補空隙,以使閱讀能繼續下去。而 這個填補的工作,雖然需在客觀的架構下進行,仍免

New criticism claims to be an objective study. It advocates scientific writing
and reading. Depersonalization adn a series fo self surrender are necessary f
orcreation. Confessional poetry, on the contrary, intends to escape from the
domain of obnjectivity. The confessinal poet wants to disclose his personal e
motion in public. What he seeks is a truthful confrontation with his authenti
c being as well as with the world. New Criticism and conmfessional peotry look
like two opposite extremes at first sight; however, the two extremes, in a sen
se, may win some space for reconciliation adn even cooperation. This paper pla
ns to delve into the tangled relation between the two. The first chapter deal
s with the dialogue between the authentic author and the depersonalized author
. The idea of "the implied author" is brought into light as a potential way f
or solving the contradiction. In Chapter Two, I try to clear the definition o
f confessional poetry from the selection of subject matter and the essence of p
oetry. Confessional poetry is elevated from a personal record to ahistorical
symbol. Chapter Three discusses the problems in reading confessional poetry.
An autobiographical reading as a misreading is brought in. A New Critical rea
ding, in fact, is objective from the outset, but subjective at the end. This
kind of reading aims to reach the multiplicity of a text. The end is what both
New Criticism and confessional poets attempt to achieve. However, theend can
be realized by a subjective New Critical reader. From the reading process, a
possibility of reconciliation of the two extremes finally come to light.
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