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中文論文名稱 情慾、書寫與救贖:亨利˙米勒《殉色三部曲》中的僭越與自我追尋
英文論文名稱 Sexuality, Writing, and Redemption: Transgression and the Pursuit of Self in Henry Miller's The Rosy Crucifixion
校院名稱 淡江大學
系所名稱(中) 英文學系碩士班
系所名稱(英) Department of English
學年度 93
學期 2
出版年 94
研究生中文姓名 葉育真
研究生英文姓名 Yu-Chen Yeh
電子信箱 yehyuchenkimo@yahoo.com.tw
學號 691010028
學位類別 碩士
語文別 英文
口試日期 2005-06-20
論文頁數 83頁
口試委員 指導教授-宋美璍
委員-馮品佳
委員-黃逸民
中文關鍵字 僭越  自我追尋  自我解放  情慾  自傳式寫作  受難  救贖 
英文關鍵字 transgression  the pursuit of self  self-liberation  sexuality  autobiographical writing  crucifixion  redemption 
學科別分類 學科別人文學語言文學
中文摘要 許多評論家推崇亨利˙米勒《巴黎三部曲》的文學價值,認為作者透過複雜的主題和寫作技巧,描述其自我解放的心路歷程。然而,卻少有評論家提及《殉色三部曲》的重要性。本論文提出《殉色三部曲》呈現米勒生命中決定性的轉變時期,探索小說中的敘述者如何擺脫舊有的生活,努力掙扎成為作家的改變。作者在此三本小說中,回憶一九二O年代他在紐約苦樂參半的生活。透過個人生命歷程的回溯,在小說中再現其生命與藝術追尋的各種層面。其中,包含個人實際生活中與精神上的超越。作者運用自傳式寫實的敘事風格,意圖創造一種新的敘事體。以模糊小說與現實的界線,使整個故事較《巴黎三部曲》更貼近真實的人生。藉此,作者旨在完成一項自我描述,記述他成為作家及實現個人文學生活的歷程。本論文以文本分析的方法,分別討論三部曲中主要的三個主題:情慾、書寫與救贖,來審視米勒自我僭越與自我追尋的發展過程。本文主要分成三章:第一章討論踰越的情慾描寫與自我解放之間的關係。第二章研究作者如何創造個人自傳式寫作的主題,並強調以寫作做為轉化的媒介。第三章著重小說主人翁與莫娜間的互動關係,以及他如何經歷一段自喻為「玫瑰救難」的羅曼史。其個人最終的僭越與成長是透過藝術來達到對自我的重新認知,成為一個藝術家並實現文學家生活的理想。
英文摘要 Many critics praise the literary merit of Henry Miller’s Parisian trilogy for his self-liberation with complicated themes and narrative technique; however, few mention the importance of The Rosy Crucifixion trilogy. This thesis argues that The Rosy Crucifixion represents a decisive period of Miller’s transitional life and explores how the narrator escapes from his old pattern of life and strives to become a writer. In the three texts, Miller intends to reveal his bitter-sweet life in New York of 1920s, thereby piecing together the mosaic of varied aspects of his life and art, including physical and spiritual transgression. Working on the interplay of realistically autobiographical narrative and real life experience, Miller aims at creating a new kind of narration which blurs the boundary between fiction and reality and brings the narrative closer to life than the Parisian trilogy. In so doing, Miller tries to achieve a self-portrait of the process of transgression and fulfills his literary life. Based on textual analysis, this thesis proceeds to examine the development of Miller’s transgression and pursuit of self through discussions on three major themes in the trilogy: sexuality, writing, and redemption. This thesis is divided into three parts: Chapter One discusses the relationship between self-liberation and the transgressive use of sexual descriptions. Chapter Two investigates how the author creates some themes in his autobiographical writing and emphasizes the function of writing as a medium of transgression. Chapter Three focuses on the relationship between the narrator and Mona and how he experiences his romance as a “rosy crucifixion.” His final transgression is actually the pursuit of self through art that makes the narrator an artist and leads Miller to discover his true self in literature.
論文目次 Table of Contents
Introduction 1

Chapter One:Sexus: Sexuality as Transgression toward Self-liberation 10

Chapter Two:Plexus: Self-discovery in Autobiographical Writing 29
Chapter Three:Nexus: Reintegration of Self as Redemption 51

Conclusion 76

Works Cited 81

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