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|Title:||当代马华文学走向 ：从离散走向本土 ：以李永平《吉陵春秋》、《雨雪霏霏 ：婆罗洲童年记事》和黎紫书《流俗地》为例 = The trend of contemporary Malaysian Chinese literature : from diaspora to native : a case study of Li Yongping “Jiling Chronicles”, “The Snow Falls in Clouds : Recollections of A Borneo Childhood” and Li Zishu “Vulgar Land”||Authors:||罗靖沅 Loh, Jing Yuan||Keywords:||Humanities::Literature::Chinese||Issue Date:||2022||Publisher:||Nanyang Technological University||Source:||罗靖沅 Loh, J. Y. (2022). 当代马华文学走向 ：从离散走向本土 ：以李永平《吉陵春秋》、《雨雪霏霏 ：婆罗洲童年记事》和黎紫书《流俗地》为例 = The trend of contemporary Malaysian Chinese literature : from diaspora to native : a case study of Li Yongping “Jiling Chronicles”, “The Snow Falls in Clouds : Recollections of A Borneo Childhood” and Li Zishu “Vulgar Land”. Final Year Project (FYP), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. https://hdl.handle.net/10356/155686||Abstract:||离散叙事一直是主流的马华文学题材。作家李永平的作品《吉陵春秋》和《雨雪霏霏——婆罗洲童年记事》（以下简称《雨雪霏霏》）中多重原乡的书写，就展现了典型的离散书写。而成长于不同时代的作家黎紫书，摒弃了马华文学的离散叙事传统，在新作《流俗地》中体现了本土性的书写。本文将针对两个成长于不同时代的作家对家乡的书写，进行对比，并阐释不同创作语境下，两人的经历造成写作方法和所呈现的家乡面貌的不同。由此，展现马华文学创作正从传统的离散叙事，走向扎根本土的在地书写的趋势，并引申出学者史书美的“离散有其终时”的理念，对文本之间不同的写作呈现，做出梳理。 Diaspora narrative has always been the mainstream theme of Malaysian Chinese Literature. Writer Li Yongping's works " Jiling Chronicles" and "The Snow Falls in Clouds: Recollections of A Borneo Childhood " (hereafter referred to as " The Snow Falls in Clouds ") show the typical diaspora writing. Li Zishu, a writer growing up in a different era, abandoned the diaspora narrative tradition of Malaysian Chinese literature, embodied native writing in her new work "Vulgar Land". This thesis focuses on a comparison of the two writers' works on their hometowns in different eras, and interpret the differences in writing methods and presentation, partly owing to their experiences in different creative contexts. Thus, it shows that Malaysian Chinese Literature is moving from the typical diaspora narrative to the native writing; extending Shi Shumei's concept that "diaspora has its end", sort out the different writing presentations of the works.||URI:||https://hdl.handle.net/10356/155686||Fulltext Permission:||restricted||Fulltext Availability:||With Fulltext|
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