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中文論文名稱 跨語際性作為符碼轉換或符碼嚙合?: 對阿米塔夫·果許《惡潮水》和查克斯·恩達 《紅色之心》中喻體和身份認同的客體間性分析
英文論文名稱 Translinguality as Code-switching or Code-meshing?: An Inter-objective Analysis of Figuration and Identity in Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide and Zakes Mda’s The Heart of Redness
校院名稱 淡江大學
系所名稱(中) 英文學系博士班
系所名稱(英) Department of English
學年度 106
學期 2
出版年 107
研究生中文姓名 雷靜
研究生英文姓名 Jing Lei
學號 802110246
學位類別 博士
語文別 英文
口試日期 2018-06-11
論文頁數 215頁
口試委員 指導教授-蔡振興
共同指導教授-Serafin M. Coronel-Molina
委員-周序樺老師
委員-張麗萍
委員-杜德倫
委員-游錫熙
中文關鍵字 跨語際性  符碼嚙合  喻體  身分認同  客體間性  向量化 
英文關鍵字 Translinguality  code-meshing  figuration  identity  inter-objectivity  vectorization 
學科別分類
中文摘要 本論文嘗試探討後殖民小說中的跨語際性(translinguality)現象如何影響喻

體的表達方式和本土身分認同。除了將“跨語際小說”定義為跨國或雙語/多語語

境實踐載體外,本文亦指出當代“跨語際小說”在語言和敘述手法均具符碼嚙合

(code-meshing)特徵,而非僅是單純的符碼轉換行為,其目的在於揭露小說

如何在敘述過程中建立具特異性喻體表達模式和本土身分認同。在此過程中,跨語

際性不應僅是某種固定身分的表達形式,而應被視為一種重要的動因,促使離散主

體生成新的身分認同。因此,喻體和身分認同構成“跨語際小說”的兩大基本元
素。本研究援用客體間性和向量化的方法論,對後殖民時期印度作家阿米塔夫·果許的《惡潮水》(2004)和南非作家查克斯·恩達的《紅色之心》(2000)中的

喻體和身分認同主題進行闡述,總結出跨語際性的敘述特徵,確立喻體和身分認同

在符碼嚙合語境下的實踐軌跡。
英文摘要 This dissertation will explore novels written in the post-colonial period from code-meshing perspective under a theme of translinguality, as that phenomenon reveals figurative paths of communication and indigenous identity. I try to redefine the notion of “translingual novel,” which is filled with a variety of translingual practices and whose author is a transnational or those bilinguals/pluri-linguals. This group of people has a chance to observe the world with their in-between lens. The “translingual novel” in the contemporary era, should be those fictions conducting code-meshing events, rather than simple code-switching activities, in both linguistic and narrative dimensions, with the intention to establish indigenous identity and unique figurative expressions in the narration process. In this process, translinguality should not be merely seen as the expression means of certain fixed identity, rather as a contributor/maker to generate an evolving identity for those Diasporas who are hugely influenced by global mobility and communication. Therefore, identity and figuration have become two essential components of translingual novel. Harnessing methodologies of inter-objectivity and vectorization, this dissertation will study two themes within translinguality, namely identity and figuration, in Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide (2004) and Zakes Mda’s The Heart of Redness (2000). By tracing Indian and African translingual novels in the post-colonial era, I will analyze and categorize narrative features of translingualism from the perspective of inter-objectivity and vectorization, with an aim to determine trajectories of code-meshed practice embodied on the theme of figuration and identity.
論文目次 TABLE OF CONTENTS

Acknowledgements i
Abstract(Chinese) iii
Abstract(English) iv
Introduction 1
Chapter One Literature Review 14
1.1 Diglossia & Multilingualism 14
1.1.1 Diglossia and polyglossia 14
1.1.2 Bilingualism and multilingualism 17
1.2. Translingualsim in socio-linguistic field 19
1.2.1 Code-switched translingualism 19
1.2.2 Code-meshed translingualism 21
1.3 Translingualism in literary field 31
1.3.1 Code-switched translingualism in literary criticism 32
1.3.2 Code-meshed translingualism in literary criticism 38
1.4. Identity 45
1.5 Figuration--metaphorical translingualism 51
1.6. Novels written by writers from Indian & South Africa 53
1.6.1 Reasons for trans-area study 53
1.6.2 Translingual novels written by Indian and African writers 56
Chapter Two Methodology 62
2.1 Theoretical framework 62
2.1.1 Code-switching or Code-meshing 62
2.1.2 Identity 77
2.1.3 Figuration 91
2.2 Methods 98
2.2.1 Research questions 98
2.2.2 Inter-objective perspective 98
2.2.3 Vectorization 108
Chapter Three Tide Figuration of Translinguality 112
Chapter Four Ethnic Identity Construction by Translingual Practice 138
Chapter Five Comparison of Novels for Positive Attitude of Translinguality 161
Conclusion 184
Works Cited 189
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