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Title: 台湾原住民族的原乡书写 = Homeland writing in indigenous Taiwanese literature
Authors: 刘艳琴 Liu, Yanqin
Keywords: Humanities::Literature::Chinese
Issue Date: 2019
Abstract: 台湾原住民族文学的出现使人们不再需要通过第三方的异己叙述,以猎奇心态认识与想象台湾原住民族。书写对于原住民族作家而言更是其自我疗愈与自我构筑的主要方式。原乡作为原住民族凝聚认同、维系文化,建构主体的重要据点,有着非凡的书写意义。 本文通过对三篇原住民族原乡书写的细读分析,探究不同作品中的原乡形象以及背后意涵,由此了解原住民族的文学形态以及作家的族群关怀。 绪论将梳理台湾原住民族文学的背景资料,了解原住民族作者的写作动机与现实意义;第一章以拓拔斯·塔玛匹玛《夕阳蝉》分析原住民族的生存困境、原乡情结以及汉化原住民族的归属矛盾;第二章以里慕伊·阿纪的《山野笛声》探讨汉化原住民族在汉文化与族群文化之间的纠葛,以及原住民族女性作家的独特视角;第三章以夏曼·蓝波安《黑色的翅膀》探析原住民族作者通过文学建构族群主体的过程。三篇作品不同的关注面向体现出原住民族原乡书写的演变脉络之余,也展现了原住民族文学的多样性。 The emergence of Taiwanese indigenous literature allows people to understand the indigenous people through first perspective. For indigenous writers, writing is also the main way of self-healing and self-construction. As an important base for the indigenous to unite identity, maintain the culture, and construct ethnic, homeland writing has extraordinary significance. Through the close reading of three indigenous literature texts, this paper analysis the homeland image and the implication behind the different works. The introduction will provide a background understanding of Taiwanese indigenous literature. The first chapter will analyze Sunset Cicada and discuss the predicament and the homeland complex of the indigenous people, and the contradiction of the Sinicized indigenous writers. The second chapter will discuss the entanglement between Han culture and ethnic culture, and the unique perspective of indigenous female writers through The Flute in the Wild. By the close reading of Black Wings, the third chapter analyzes how indigenous authors construct ethnic identity through literature. The difference between the three texts reflects the evolution of indigenous writing and the diversity in it.
Rights: Nanyang Technological University
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