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標題: 唐‧德里羅《白噪音》和《毛二世》中的後現代視角
Don DeLillo's Postmodern Vision in White Noise and Mao II
作者: 吳蕎羽
Chiao-Yu Wu
關鍵字: 後現代主義;商品拜物教;擬像;靈光;媒體;影像;Postmodernism;Commodity Fetishism;Simulation;Aura;Media;Image
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摘要: 
本論文主要在於討論唐·德里羅的小說《白噪音》及《毛二世》中後現代文化對主角們的影響。兩本小說皆描繪出一個由大量的資訊、影像和商品所填滿的景觀社會,揭露出後現代文化中,人們對不同形式商品的崇拜。因此,本篇論文以馬克思的商品拜物教的概念為基礎,並以其他思想家尚·布希亞、華特·班雅明以及居伊·德波的理論來解析唐·德里羅在兩本小說中的後現代視角。本篇論文分為三章,第一章探討小說《白噪音》中主角傑克葛蘭尼以及他的妻子如何透過消費抵擋自身的死亡恐懼。第二章以《白噪音》當中一場驚悚的毒氣事件的發生與終了,以尚·布希亞的擬像理論來探討在資訊過多的社會中,所造成其美國式的恐懼及魔幻。第三章以《毛二世》,來探討影像充斥的社會,以班雅明對於藝術作品的理論,來討論在科技複製之下,一件藝術品的靈光如何被拭去,如同小說家比爾葛雷經歷了主體性被影像所取代的過程。

This thesis aims to discuss the impact of postmodern culture on the characters in two novels of Don DeLillo's White Noise and Mao II. Both novels depict a society that is full of images, information, and commodities, unveiling how people fetishize different forms of commodities in postmodern culture. Thus, this thesis uses the key concept of Karl Marx's commodity fetishism and essential critics such as Jean Baudrillard, Walter Benjamin, Fredric Jameson and Guy Debord's theories to discuss the postmodern vision in DeLillo's two novels. This thesis is divided into three chapters. The first chapter explores how the main characters, Jack Gladney and his wife, Babette, defend their fear of death through consumerism. The second chapter discusses the Airborne Toxic Event in the novel, White Noise. With Jean Baudrillard's conception of simulation, we find the American magic and dread in the media-saturated society. The third chapter discusses the proliferation of images in the novel, Mao II. With Walter Benjamin's conception of 'aura,' we understand how the aura of a work of art withered in the age of mechanical reproduction. Through discussion on Benjamin's conception of aura, we understand how the novelist, Bill Gray, experiences as a loss of subjectivity in images.
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