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標題: 女性倫理責任,困境以及抗拒策略:以加拿大文學中的艾特伍小說為例
Women's Ethical Responsibilities, Dilemmas, and Strategies of Resistance: The Case of Margaret Atwood's Novels
作者: 朱崇儀
Chu, Chung-Yi
關鍵字: 艾特伍;Margaret Atwood;虛構性自傳;倫理責任與困境;無以為家;轉化記憶為文本來對抗創傷;fictive autobiography;ethical responsibilities and dilemmas;dereliction;transforming memory into texts to counter trauma
出版社: 臺中市:國立中興大學外國語文學系
Project: Intergrams, Volume 12, Issue 1, Page(s) 1-20.

Margaret Atwood, the most famous contemporary Canadian writer, continues to focus her writing on the theme of the ethical dilemma of women, and the possible strategies of resistance. To sum up, the textual strategies Atwood engages are: 1) employing the device of fictive autobiography to construct women's discourse; 2) presenting the ethical responsibilities women should undertake, and the dilemmas they encounter; 3) transforming memory into texts to resist the traumas imposed by patriarchal ideology. The conclusion I have reached is: though the first-person life writing presents a particular viewpoint, Atwood's texts reveal the relation between self and the other from a female (or even feminist) perspective. The ethical dilemma of woman is unavoidable because she is trapped in a patriarchal society. Yet the way out of the dilemma has to be striven for. Atwood herself has long claimed that it is useless to be trapped in the victim mentality. In order to get rid of the victim mentality, it is imperative that women transform traumatic experiences into discourses, and never allow trauma to become recurring nightmares which show the return of the repressed.
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