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標題: 重塑澳洲歷史:論彼得凱瑞《奧斯卡與露辛達》中的移民者身分認同和時空性
Re-writing Australian History: Immigrant Identity and Chronotope in Peter Carey's Oscar and Lucinda
作者: 羅文君
Lo, Wen-Chun
關鍵字: immigrant identity/ nostagia/ chronotope/ history;身分認同/ 鄉愁/ 時空性/ 歷史
出版社: 外國語文學系所
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摘要: 
摘要
在大英帝國的輝煌時代,澳洲曾淪為其殖民地。近年來,澳洲人對其國家歷史的關心日益增長,希望其歷史能脫去帝國的外衣,重現其原貌。此篇論文旨在探討彼德凱瑞《奧斯卡與露辛達》中的移民者身分認同和時空性,並藉由分析彼德凱瑞在此篇中對澳洲歷史的多樣性論述,討論其如何透過此小說,重塑澳洲歷史。
首章探討《奧斯卡與露辛達》中,自英國移民至澳洲的移民者身分認同問題和鄉愁(nostalgia)之間的關係。包括自英國移民到澳洲的牧師奧斯卡、英國移民第二代的露辛達、和到澳洲實現其拓荒與殖民夢想的傑佛瑞先生。奧斯卡與露辛達始終無法在英國祖國感到家的歸屬感,在澳洲殖民地也顯得格格不入,因此徘徊在祖國與殖民地間,進退兩難,進而造成其身分認同的危機。
第二章重於巴赫汀的時空性(chronotope)理論,探討《奧斯卡與露辛達》中的時間與空間,概述此本小說如何藉由具體的意象,例如賭博場景、玻璃教堂、地景、等等來表現澳洲的殖民社會。讓讀者「看見」澳洲的過去。
第三章則以新歷史主義的觀點探討《奧斯卡與露辛達》中的歷史書寫方式。文中分析解釋此篇小說如何打破小說與歷史中「虛」「實」的界線,以小說的形式成功重塑澳洲歷史。

Abstract
During the heyday of British Empire in the nineteenth century, Australia used to be its colony. In recent years, Australians keep caring about their history, which should be taken off its imperial coat. This thesis aims to analyze Peter Carey's Oscar and Lucinda in terms of the immigrant identity and Bakhtinian chronotope, to argue that Oscar and Lucinda re-writes Australian history in plural ways.
Chapter one discusses how nostalgia influences immigrant identity of the characters of Oscar, Lucinda and Mr. Jeffris. Oscar and Lucinda have sense of belonging neither in England nor in Australia. Therefore, the dilemma causes their identity crises.
Chapter two emphasizes on Bakhtin's idea of chronotope, analyzing the time and space in Oscar and Lucinda. Besides, the materialized time and space, including the gambling scenes, the glass church and landscape, will be examined to let readers “see” the past of Australia.
Chapter three analyzes the Australian history in Oscar and Lucinda with New Historicism, discussing how this novel blurs the boundary between fiction and history to re-write the Australian colonial history.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11455/7177
其他識別: U0005-1507200913043600
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