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Title: 廿世纪初马来亚粤讴研究 = A study of the Yue Ou in Malaya (1904-1920)
Authors: 李成钢 Lee, Chen Kang
Keywords: DRNTU::Humanities::Literature::Chinese
Issue Date: 2012
Abstract: 粤讴是19世纪曾经流行于中国广东地区的民间文学,20世纪初期它也一度在马来亚地区受到民众所喜爱,在报章上常见刊载。本论文集中研究1904年至1920年间的马来亚粤讴,探讨其传播和发展情况,以及当时粤讴的形式和内容特点。全篇论文共分为五章,主要从历史、民间文学和马华文学三个角度去切入考察。第一章概述研究的范围、目的和方法,交待研究意义及前人已累积的研究成果。第二章梳理20世纪初粤讴由香港和广州传播到马来亚的历史背景,分析粤讴在马来亚突然兴起和迅速没落的原因。论文的第三章检视粤讴的民间文学特点,通过唱词分析指出粤讴的口头性、变异性和集体性,理出粤讴常用的创作程式。第四章将粤讴置入马华文学的脉络中,着眼马华文学中长期被忽略的民间文学传统,说明粤讴和其他民间文学对于当今新加坡华文文学和马来西亚华文文学所具有的参考价值。最后一章是结论,除了归纳各章要点以外,也尝试从粤讴研究中反思新马两地民间文学研究仍可开拓的空间。 Yue Ou is a type of folk literature that prevailed in Canton, China during the 19th century and it was also popular among Malayan Chinese during early of 20th century. This thesis investigates the development of Yue Ou which published in Malayan newspaper from 1904 to 1920. The full text divides into five chapters, chapter one is an introduction stating the objectives, scope and methods of study. Chapter two discusses the history background and the dissemination of Malayan Yue Ou, summing up the reasons for its sudden emergence and quick demise. The third chapter indicates the folk literature specialities of Yue Ou such as it’s orality, variability and collective nature. By comparing works by different aurthor, this chapter also outlines the writing formula of Yue Ou. Chapter four examines the orality tradition in Malayan Chinese Literature, points out the importance of Yue Ou as a representative of folk literature in current Singaporean Chinese Literature and Malaysian Chinese Literature. Chapter five, the conclusion, begins with review of the overall study, also discusses the possibilities of folk literature research in Singapore and Malaysia.
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