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標題: 穿越幻見: 柯慈小說《緩慢的人》的主體困惑
Traversing the Fantasy: The Problematics of the Subject in J.M. Coetzee's Slow Man
作者: 劉建吾
Liu, Jian-Wu
關鍵字: J.M. Coetzee;柯慈;Slow Man;the Lacanian subject;unconscious desire;traversing the fantasy;《緩慢的人》;拉岡式主體;潛意識慾望;穿越幻見
出版社: 外國語文學系所
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摘要: 
本論文旨在以拉岡精神分析的觀點來檢視柯慈 (J. M. Coetzee) 小說《緩慢的人》(Slow Man)中的主體困惑(the problematics of the subject)。在小說中,主角保羅(Paul Rayment)必須面對本身意識層面的良善意圖與其潛意識慾(Unconscious Desire)之間的衝突,無法確認何者為其真正的慾望。本論文以拉岡的心理結構來分析保羅所遭遇的困境,並且討論其自我矛盾的行為如何映證拉岡分裂主體 (the Lacanian split subject)的概念。本論文的另一個重點在於探討《緩慢的人》中的後設小說人物伊莉莎白(Elizabeth Costello)的作用。在小說中伊莉莎白一直試圖讓保羅去面對他自身的潛意識慾望,並且讓他理解到自身幻見的謬誤 。以此觀點,《緩慢的人》這部小說可被視為一個穿越幻見(traversing the fantasy)的過程。只有在主角穿越其自身的幻見並且查覺到現實與幻見之間的差距,他才能真正處理自身的主體困惑。

This thesis mainly analyzes Coetzee's novel Slow Man (2005) with the perspective of Lacanian psychoanalysis. In the novel, the protagonist Paul Rayment has to face his inner conflict between his conscious, beneficent intention and his unconscious, sexual desire. He is confused and unable to decide which one is his true desire. This thesis applies Lacanian psychic structure to analyze Paul's predicament and argue how his self-contradicted behavior demonstrates the concept of the Lacanian split subject. Another important issue in this thesis is to discuss the function of Elizabeth Costello, the metafictional character in Slow Man. In the novel, Elizabeth is trying to let Paul confront the truth of his unconscious desire, and make him realize the fallacy of his fantasy. In this aspect, Slow Man thus can be deemed as a process of traversing the fantasy. Only after the protagonist traverses his own fantasy, that is, only after he perceives the distance between the reality and his fantasy, he is able to deal with his problematics of the subject.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11455/7243
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