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Title: “美女作家”作品中的女性主义 : 棉棉《糖》的深度解读 = Feminism as told by "Pretty" writers : an in depth analysis of Mian Mian's candy
Authors: Pua, Jia Ying
Keywords: DRNTU::Humanities
Issue Date: 2017
Abstract: 中国妇女在女性主义的发展中做出很大的贡献。她们通过作品进行对中国社会的控诉,阐述女性在其中所受到的不公平待遇及打压,从而引起社会的关注与反思。在文学史的演变过程中,女性作家的写作主题从最初与五四“逆子”携手反对传统到至今的大胆身体书写。70年代的女性作家以露骨的身体书写作为时代的写作特征,通过性经验的描述探索女性的自由。为此在现今的社会中遭受一些学者严厉的批评与指责,还被冠上含有贬义性的称号:“美女作家”。棉棉是这时期的杰出作家,为此本论文将重点分析她的著作《糖》。本论文将通过空间与性政治来证明这些女性作家在创作手法上对于性自由探索,从而在女性主义的发展中提出新题材的重要贡献。 关键词:美女作家、70年代作家、棉棉、中国女性主义、空间政治、性政治 Female writers have played a huge role in the progress of feminism in China. Their literacy works acted as means to expose the unfair treatment and suppression of females, thereby gaining attention and reflection from the society. In the course of literacy history, female writers experienced a change in writing themes. The focus transited from the rejection of traditions during the May Forth Movement period to the Body Writing in literature works. The female writers in the Seventies were known for their revealing form of body writing, in which they explored the freedom of females through the sexual experiences. This received tremendous amount of criticism from the scholars, earning these group of writers a demeaning label, known as the “Pretty” Writers. Mian Mian is one of the outstanding authors from this period. This thesis will be conducted mainly based on her work, “Candy”. The concepts of Body politics and Spatial Awareness will be used to dissect her work, in efforts to prove that such works had provided new area of discussion for feminism in China. Keywords: “Pretty” Writers, The female writers in Seventies, Mian Mian, Feminism in China, Spatial Awareness, Sexual Politics
Rights: Nanyang Technological University
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