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標題: Contrapuntal Otherworldliness in Vladimir Nabokov''s Lolita, Speak, Memory and Pale Fire
論納博可夫的對位它界:以「羅麗塔」、 「說吧,記憶」與「幽冥的火」為例
作者: Pin-Han Chen
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關鍵字: 納博可夫;形而上學;對位法;它界;模式;Nabokov;metaphysical;contrapuntal;otherworld;pattern
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摘要: 
Abstract
A contrapuntal structure of this world and the otherworld(s) has been the main theme in Vladimir Nabokov's works. In other words, many of Nabokov's works are inspired from his speculation on the possibilities of the otherworld(s). The otherworld(s) or the beyond is like a counterpoint accompanying to both his scientific and literary compositions.
In this thesis, I take Lolita, Speak, Memory and Pale Fire as examples to examine the inherent otherworldliness in Nabokov's works. On this, pattern is the key which suggests not only possible anonymous creative forces but also possible invisible dimensions to this world. Therefore, in my analysis of the three works, I direct the reader's attention to representations of Nature, Fate and the Hereafter. To Nabokov, writing is a mimetic experience to imitate the role of the anonymous creative force beyond. Writing itself reflects not only the fictional world but also the real world. It is an investigation into the mystery of the universe. The contrapuntal structure of this world and the otherworld (s) demonstrates Nabokov's metaphysical concern on the mystery of life and the universe. More than a magician of words, Nabokov is also a ponderer on possibilities beyond this world.

中文摘要

在弗拉基米爾.納博科夫的作品之中,此界與它界的對位結構一直都是重要的主題。換句話說,許多納博科夫的作品都是從他對於它界的存在可能性,推論並發想而來的。在他的科學及文學作品中,它界或是彼方就像是對位法般地隨伺著。
在此論文,我以「羅麗塔」、「說吧,記憶」與「幽冥的火」為例,試圖闡述在納博科夫作品中的潛在它界性。針對此特性,模式 (pattern) 是張顯相對於此界來說,可能存在的未知意識與隱形維度的關鍵。因此,在我對此三本文本的分析中,我將閱讀的注意力導向自然、命運及冥界的文本展現。對於納博科夫來說,寫作使作家模擬彼方的未知意識的角色。寫作本身反映了不僅虛構的世界還有真實世界,也同時是對於宇宙奧秘的探討。此界與它界的對位結構展現了納博科夫對於生命及宇宙奧秘的形而上學關注。於此,納博科夫不僅僅是善於操縱文字的魔術師,他也是針對此界之外的未知可能性的思考家。
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