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標題: 病患的意義—談《天河撩亂》及《丁莊夢》的家族/國族紀事與身體
The Significance of Patients: On the Family / State Chronicle and Body of "Milky Way is Dazzing" and "Dream of Ding Village"
作者: 唐毓麗
Yu-Li Tang
關鍵字: 吳繼文;閻連科;愛滋病;身體論述;國族論述;疾病書寫;Wu Jiwen;Yan Lianke;AIDS;Body Discourse;National Politics;Disease-writing
Project: 興大人文學報, Issue 49, Page(s) 145-181.
摘要: 
吳繼文的《天河撩亂》與閻連科的《丁莊夢》都探觸愛滋病患,賦予愛滋病特殊的意義,兩篇小說將世紀之疫與浩大的政治影響,把自然的身體與人為的身體(性愛的身體或捐血的身體)結合,形塑成一個難以逃離的「悲劇命運」。本文分成四個部分,細論病患的意義。第一「政治、身體、政治化的身體」,從政治理論與身體論述探索政治對身體的建構、干擾、控制與規訓,論述政治化身體的複雜意涵。第二「台灣身體論:愛滋隱喻與白色恐怖」,論述《天河撩亂》中,性/性病與威權政治互為轉喻,皆有致命的可怕性,暗示這是台灣兩代子民的悲劇命運。第三「中國身體論:愛滋隱喻與威權政治」,論述《丁莊夢》中,中國利用威權政治的力量,透過捐血運動,轉變民眾對身體的認知,凸顯愛滋病在中國已成為「集體絕症」的始末與內因。第四「疾病的意義」論證兩篇作品,以悲劇呈現台灣/中國大陸的國族災難,呈現反思歷史、探索政治的重要價值。

Two novels, ”Milky Way is Dazzling” by Wuji Wen and ”Dream of Ding Village” by Yan Lianke focus on the specific significance of AIDS as a disease. Tackling the problem of AIDS patients by skillful combinations of the centennial epidemic with immesurable political influence, the two novels combine the natural body with the man-made body (sexual body or body of blood-donation) so as to form an inescapable tragic fate. This paper thoroughly discusses the significance of the patients in four part examines. Centering on politics and politicized body, the first part examines the construction, interference and discipline of the body by politics, discussing the complicated implication of the politicized body in terms of political theory and body discourse. The second part addresses the metaphor of AIDS and its correlation with white terror by way of a close reading of ”Milky Way is Dazzling” in which sex /venereal disease and the authoritative politics are reciprocally metonymic and are both fatally horrible things which are assumed to be tragically destined for two generations of Taiwanese. The third part discusses the metaphor of AIDS and authoritative politics with the intention to highlight the changing course and cause of AIDS into the so called collective fatal illness in mainland China by way of a close reading of ”Dream of Ding Village” in which the populace's conception of the body is changed by the power of the authoritative politics of mainland China in the course of the blood donation movement. The fourth part conclusively discusses the significance of these two novels in that they present the nation-state disaster of Taiwan and Mainland China in a tragic manner and represent an effort to reflect history and inquire into politics.
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