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標題: 論<<查泰萊夫人的情人>> 中身體的論述
The Discourse on the Body: On D.H Lawrence''s Lady Chatterley''s Lover
作者: Chang, Michael Yi-shou
關鍵字: 身體;body;查泰萊夫人的情人;性;勞倫斯;Lady Chatterley''''s Lover;sexuality;D.H Lawrence
出版社: 外國語文學系
論文題目: 論 <<查泰萊夫人的情人中>> : 關於身體的論述
校所組別: 國立中興大學外國語文學系
畢業時間及提別要: 九十一學年度第二學期碩士論文摘要
研究生: 張億收 指導教授: 鄭冠榮
本論文試圖討論關於身體的論述。 藉由討論勞倫斯的<<查泰萊夫人的情人>>(Lady Chatterley’s Lover)─來探討勞倫斯如何透過巴赫汀(Bakhtin)嘉年華會中對肉體的讚頌,重新敘述身體並賦予新義,進而對於英國的文學傳統及十九世紀保守的維多利亞社會作嘲諷。
論文共分為五章,首末兩章分別為 『簡介』與 『結論』,針對論文主題作一簡述及回顧。第二張旨在討論在浪漫故事中的基督教思想及勞倫斯如何反對此資本生產。從中古世紀騎士的冒險故事到維多利亞時期關於愛的表現方法 我做了歷史分析並引申出基督教中禁慾主義下的生產性性道德。而後,勞倫斯的<<查泰萊夫人的情人>> 顛覆了此傳統:基督教的貞節美德不被詠頌。對性與身體賦予新義的同時,勞氏也挑戰資本主義中以生產為基礎的文明論述。

The purpose of this thesis is to discuss the discourse on body. In examining the novel Lady Chatterley's Lover, I try to discern how D.H.Lawrence reiterates and renews the body discourse through Bakhtin's carnival, which goes against British tradition.
This thesis is composed of five chapters. The first and the last are “Introduction” and “Conclusion” respectively, designed to offer a summary and a review on the content of the main body. Chapter Two is concerned with Romance, Christianity and anti-Capitalism. From the historical analysis of love-quest in medieval chivalric romance and Victorian age, firstly, I argue that Christian production of sex has influenced the representation of courtship in British history. It is the appearance of Lawrence's novel Lady Chatterley's Lover that this tradition of courtship is reversed considerably: sex is admired, while virginity and chastity are disparaged. This sex admiration is also the destruction of Christianity based upon capitalistic production.
The subject of Chapter Three is Euphemism of Victorian Age Vs Lawrence's Dysphemism. In this section, I attempt to provide Lawrence's response to Victorians such as Thomas Carlyle, Tennyson of early Victorian and Walter Pater and Oscar Wilde in the late 19th century. The major focus is Lawrence's echo of New Aestheticism Movement led by Pater and Wilde, challenging the official euphemism with the vivid description of sex. As well, the mythic image of vampire, used to depict the danger of sex, is discussed and re-worked by Lawrence through the images of Reid Connie, gamekeeper Mellors and Clifford, master of Wragby Hall.
Chapter Four remarks the carnivalization in Lady Chatterley's Lover. I use Bakhtin's carnival to develop this chapter. In the first place, the separation of king-Clifford from the slave-Mellors, that is, the difference between spirit and body, is remarked. And, the pregnant body of re-born Connie, like the juggler in the carnival season, is introduced not merely to parody Clifford's official implication, but also to celebrate the victory of lower bodily hero Mellors.
In general, Lawrence reiterates the romantic story based upon desire, which not only leads us to rethink about passion, but also makes us aware of the rise of modern body.
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