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The Female Historic Scars in 228 Fiction─ Chen Ye’s “Mud Rive” and Li Ang’s “Color Blood Sacrifice” and Li Qiao’s “Buried Injustice in 1947” as examples
|關鍵字:||父權社會;政治迫害;傷痕記憶;性別政治;二二八事件;patriarchal society;political prosecution;scar memory;gender politician,;228 event||摘要:||
The political solution, the atmosphere of free liberal and free of speech announced the end of cultural anarchy. The major depiction of anarchy era considered the unspeakable issues were facing challenges and decompositions piece by piece. The writers of Taiwanese literature talked with the vibration of era and political thinking from the collective memory, identification recognization, gender politician, through historic standpoint. This research anazlyzed the background of 228 event through Chen Ye’s “Mud River”，Lee Ang’s “Color Blood Sacrifice” and Li Qiao’s ”Buried InIustice in 1947” to understand the female historic scars, historic memory and the gender politician’s connections.
The first chapter, the introduction, the research motivation and purpose were stated in this chapter. In chapter two, Chen Ye’s “Mud River” through the females’-scar memory writing, firstly explored the females’educational rights, economic independence and marriage autonomy deprived due to the thinking of patriarchal society. As a result, the females’ societal position was marginalized and was materialized. During martial law period, the white terror and national violence lead to females’ scar memory, twist females’ life history, and tear mother-daughter relationship between two generation. In chapter three, Li Ang’s “Color Blood Sacrifice”, the work of a political writing, depicted female writers initiated the meaning of feminine issues and national identity from the solution period. From the content of collective memory cohered from the 228 redress event, researcher analyzed the scar history of females. From females’ power of redemption from the political persecution and gender oppression, researcher reflected the meaning of females’ awareness against the patriarchal history. In Chapter four, Li Qiao’s “Buried Injustice in 1947 ” analyzed in order to obtain a better picture of the females’ mindful issues of the political widows and persecuted females under the patriarchal violence and the traumatized mind and body caused by the political persecutions. The persecuted windows raised their offsprings all by themselves, during which they relied on the fatalism, the perseverant steadfastness, religious belief and the use of power of forgiveness to undergo self-cure process. In chapter five, the conclusions were drawn and reflected the point of view of previous chapters and the gender writers’ 228 writing’s political and females’ caring from different generations.
In sum, Taiwanese society steps into the post-martial law ear. The liberation of democratic society has progressed to a new different level. In retrospection, when we concerned with the 228 historic event , we should not overlook the historic scars of women and reflect the gender order of patriarchal thinking. We should focus more on the impact of those events on women.
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