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Title: 新华微型小说起始初探 :以《微型小说季刊》为研究对象 = The emergence of Singapore’s Chinese mini-fiction : a case study of mini-fiction quarterly
Authors: 李文莹 Lee, Mavis Vwen Ying
Keywords: DRNTU::Humanities::Language::Chinese
Issue Date: 2010
Abstract: 新加坡华文微型小说(以下简称新华微型小说)在80 年代后期至90 年代就开始兴盛于新华文坛。新加坡社会节奏快速增长以及政府当时所实施的双语政策等种种因素, 都迎合了新加坡微型小说这个新文类孕育的语言环境。本论文将对新华微型小说的初始与发展进行研究并以“新批评”的基本态度为理论依据,以作品为分析的凭据探讨新华微型小说关注的课题。本文首先会概括介绍新华文学的历程,以显示其发展对微型小说创作形式所造成的影响。这段时间也是许多新华文学作品和刊物陆续出版的时期。其中,新加坡作家协会在1992 年到1997 年末所出版的《微型小说季刊》是本地唯一纯微型小说的刊物。因此,笔者决定以《微型小说季刊》作为主要的研究对象,对季刊中所收录的作品作出详细分析,找出其中的特性,借此发掘文本中所要反映的社会现象,并找出新华微型小说的影响力以及确立它在新华文坛上所占的位置。Chinese mini-fiction in Singapore emerged in the late 1980s and 1990s and prospered as a new literary genre in the Chinese literary field of Singapore. The fast-paced society of Singapore and the bilingual policy that the Singapore Government implemented at that time were some of the determining factors which resulted in Singapore becoming a language environment that was suitable for the growth and evolvement of this genre. This thesis aims to track the historical development of Chinese mini-fiction in Singapore and analyse mini-fiction literary works using the New Criticism theory. It will begin with a brief introduction of Singapore Chinese Literature and the evolvement of the types of creative writings throughout the years. Many novels and publications flourished during the 1980s and 1990s. Among them, one publication to note was Mini-fiction Quarterly published by the Singapore Association of Writers from 1992 to 1997 which contained only pure mini-fiction literary works.
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Rights: Nanyang Technological University
Fulltext Permission: restricted
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