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中文論文名稱 納博可夫小說中之諧擬修辭
英文論文名稱 parody in three of Nabokov's novels
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 94
學期 2
出版年 95
研究生中文姓名 呂美貴
研究生英文姓名 Mei-kuei Lu
學號 888010039
學位類別 博士
語文別 英文
口試日期 2006-06-07
論文頁數 129頁
口試委員 指導教授-宋美璍
委員-史文生
委員-王安琪
委員-王緒鼎
委員-游錫熙
中文關鍵字 諧擬  懺悔  評論  科幻小說  反諷 
英文關鍵字 parody  irony  confession  commentary  science fiction 
學科別分類
中文摘要 本論文主要討論納博可夫三本小說中對文類的諧擬。諧擬是文學中藉由模仿來為已呈現疲態的文纇注入活力的方式。納博可夫在這三本小說中首先模仿懺悔、評論及科幻小說這三種文類,引起讀者對這些文類的期待。之後,再從傳統中出走,加入某些讀者料想不到的元素,以顛覆傳統。例如在《樓麗塔》這本懺悔小說中,讀者會驚訝地發現懺悔者隱約地透露出玩笑、調皮的風格。又或在《微火》這本評論小說中,評論家一直不斷地離題。諸如此類的現象,指出納博可夫在諧擬中的意圖並非取笑某些特定文本,而是把某些被視為理所當然的文類當做一個跳板,希望可以透過他的創意,達到新的效果。
英文摘要 This dissertation is to study the parody of literary genre/mode in three of Nabokov’s novels. Parody is a means of refreshing the exhausted literary texts. Nabokov first imitates the conventions of confession, editorial commentary and detective fiction respectively in the novels I am going to examine. He arouses the reader’s expectation for the parodied literary modes, but then deviates from the traditions by providing something new. The sudden twist in plot or style will surprise and confuse the reader but also gives him/her a chance to think about the intention of the implied and real authors. Nabokov does not intend to ridicule the parodied work. Instead, he would like to use parody as a springboard for the reader to leap to a higher region, where the lazy reader is awakened by the creativity of the author.
論文目次 TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION 1
CHAPTER ONE
Lolita: A Parody of Confession
I. A Defense for Nabokov’s Lolita 20
II. The Conventions of Confession 24
III. Two Kinds of Transgressions in Humbert’s Confession 27
IV. Lolita as a Mock Confession 37
V. A Solipsistic Vision in the Confession 53
VI. Nabokov’s Inention of Parody 55
CHAPTER TWO
Pale Fire: A Parody of Commentary
I. The Structure of Commentary in Pale Fire 58
II. The Conventions of Commentary 60
III. Pale Fire as Mock Commentary 61
IV. An Escapist Vision within the Commentary 68
V. Parody and the Theme of Reflection/Borrowing 76
VI. Nabokov’s Intention of Parody 82
CHAPTER THREE
The Real Life of Sebastian Knight: A Parody of Detective Fiction
I. The Structure of Detective Fiction in
The Real Life of Sebastian Knight 87
II. The Conventions of Detective Fiction 88
III. A Parody within Another Parody 89
IV. The Real Life of Sebastian Knight as a Mock Detective Story 91
V. Nabokov's Intention of Parody 115
CONCLUSION 117
BIBLIOGRAPHY 120
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