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Title: 殊途同归 :论鲁迅与郁达夫早期小说中疾病叙事的比较 = All paths lead to Rome : a study on the comparison between Lu Xun and Yu Da Fu’s disease narration in their early novels
Authors: 吴珮琪 Wu, Peiqi
Keywords: DRNTU::Humanities::Literature::Chinese
Issue Date: 2014
Abstract: 鲁迅与郁达夫,中国现代文坛上两位举足轻重的人物。一个是启蒙主义派,另一位则是浪漫主义派。两人文学观虽说是确实相差甚远,但本文从疾病叙事的角度出发,通过两位早期小说的比较来探讨其中的同于不同。首先,本文将浅析两位作者的创作心理与风格并进行比较,再从其延伸至文本中的疾病叙事的讨论。而本文主要探讨的文本有鲁迅的《药》、《明天》、《狂人日记》和《长明灯》以及郁达夫的《银灰色的死》、《沉沦》和《南迁》。从上述几篇的探讨进而总结两位虽作品风格有着明显差异,但背后的创作精神却是殊途同归。Yu Dafu and Lu Xun are seen as two important representatives of the Modern Chinese Literature. Yu Dafu, famous for his romanticism while Lu Xun, more of a didacticism author. Obviously, there is a clear-cut difference between their writing styles. However, despite their this thesis will compare and discuss their early novels from the point of disease narration, trying to find similarities through the differences.The comparison will be mainly based on the selection of Lu Xun’s Medicine, Tomorrow, A Madman’s diary, The Eternal Lamp, Yu Dafu’s Silver-Grey death, Sinking and Moving South. Hence, the main focus of this thesis is to conclude that despite all the differences, the moral of their early novels however does not contradict each other, while on the other hand is similar in one way or another.
Rights: Nanyang Technological University
Fulltext Permission: restricted
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