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Title: 从荒域到V城:王韬和董启章的香港故事与男性建构 = Stories of Hong Kong : a masculinity perspective on Wang Tao and Dung Kai Cheung’s writings
Authors: 許维贤 Hee, Wai Siam
Keywords: DRNTU::Humanities::Literature
Issue Date: 2008
Source: Hee W. S. (2008). Stories of Hong Kong: a Masculinity Perspective on Wang Tao and Dung Kai Cheung’s Writings. Nantah Journal of Chinese Language and Culture, 7(1), 181-222.
Series/Report no.: Nantah journal of Chinese language and culture
Abstract: 无论在西方帝国主义的殖民现代性视域里,抑或中国父权体制的阳刚大叙事中,香港百年在文人的笔下,似乎经常像一个有待强者强占或抢救的风尘女子,她的弱不禁风和风情万种,经常使之陷于东西文化的自作多情中。如果说当年王韬的《海外壮游》和 《海底奇境》借助男主人公去国“神游”,是为了“采阴补”,以壮大自身的男性气概;一百多年后,董启章《双身》里的香港男性林山原一样出国游行,在异国旅行途中一觉醒来,却发现自己变成女人。这个转变到底向我们意味着什么?“第一个比较详细述说香港故事的人”的晚清士大夫王韬,和百年以后面临九七回归,细说从头香港故事的董启章,两者之间看似风马牛不相及,其实这两代人所书写香港的文本,不但可以向我们提供香港从王韬的“荒域”发展到今日董启章笔下的“V 城”的城市经验,也足以向我们展示中国男性建构(Chinese Masculinity) 在香港正在经历从“一男多女,采阴补阳”转变到“去阳补阴,变向女人”的趋势。本文通过细读王韬的游记、小说、诗词、信函和日记,有意回顾王韬的“香港经验”、“香艳情史”与他的民族主义,如何把他置于中国历史的传统和现代性之间的转折处—直接开启了中国近代的阳刚大叙事。In the the Western imperialist colonial modernity sight, or masculine narrative of patriarchy, the Hong Kong centuries, in the author's pen, often seems like a kept woman to be strong to usurp or salvaged her fragile and style aremillion, often trapped in unrequited love of Eastern and Western cultures. If it is said that when Wang Tao Overseas Grand Tour "and" undersea wonderland "With the hero out of the country" fugue ", to" take the yin complement to grow their own masculinity; hundred years later, Dung Kai body forest Hill original, "Hong Kong men abroad, like processions, wake up in exotic traveling, but found himself into a woman. This shift in the end to what it means to us? "Tell a more detailed story of Hong Kong people," the late Qing Dynasty scholar Wang Tao, and a hundred years later facing the reunification in 1997, Dung Kai Passing Flickers story between seemingly unrelated, in fact, these two generations are writing Hong Kong's text not only to provide Hong Kong from Wang Tao "shortage domain" development to today Dung Kai 's "V city" of the urban experience, also is sufficient to show Chinese men construct (Chinese Masculinity) in Hong Kong are undergone transformation from "a more male than female, mining yin yang" to go yang yin tonic trend change to a woman ".
ISSN: 0219-0699
Rights: © 2008 Nantah Journal of Chinese Language and Culture.
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