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Title: 李渔作品对男同和女同的再现 = Representations of same-sex relationships in Li Yu's literary works
Authors: 吴柳淋 Goh, Katherine Liu Lin
Keywords: Humanities::Literature::Chinese
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Nanyang Technological University
Source: 吴柳淋 Goh, K. L. L. (2021). 李渔作品对男同和女同的再现 = Representations of same-sex relationships in Li Yu's literary works. Final Year Project (FYP), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
Abstract: 李渔是明末清初时期的文学家,作品中常反映其对人生的独特理解。现代学者自1935年开始对李渔这位文人的生平以及作品做出了较全面的研究。李渔创作中《男孟母教合三迁》、《萃雅楼》与《怜香伴》都以同性恋情做为题材。笔者发现不同学者在研究时或因其身处的环境影响而对男同和女同有不一样的看法,值得深究。学者们对于李渔是否认同男风以及《怜香伴》是否为女同文本提出不同的见解。 本文希望通过细读李渔《男孟母教合三迁》、《萃雅楼》以及《怜香伴》这三篇同性文学作品着重分析李渔对男同和女同的再现并对上述争议作出回应。 随着近几年社会对同性恋接受度的提高,本文希望能够以更为客观和创意的角度分析李渔同性文学中的寓意以及其对同性恋者所持有的态度。 Li Yu is a literate from the late Ming dynasty and has a few literary works on the theme of same-sex love. Since 1935, researchers have been studying comprehensively on Li Yu’s life experiences and his literary works and had many insightful findings. However, as these researchers come from different regions and countries, their believes and environment could lead to differences in their analysis. This thesis would be discussing on the representations of same-sex relationships present Li Yu’s homosexual literary works through the analysis of three of his famous literary works: “A Male Mencius’s Mother”. “House of Gathered Refinements” and “The Fragrant Companion”. As there has been an increase in awareness, people are now more accepting with regards to the topic of homosexuality. Hence, this thesis aims to provide a more objective and creative analysis to understand the implications of Li Yu’s representations on same-sex love.
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