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Title: 《越界之恋与现代性的欲望想像:论王韬〈淞隐漫录〉与〈漫游随录〉的漫游、言情与追忆》= The desire in crossing the border and the imagining of desire in modernity : a study of the wanderings, romances and reminiscences in Wangtao’s “SongYin ManLu” and “ManYou SuiLu"
Authors: 許维贤 Hee, Wai Siam
Keywords: DRNTU::Humanities::History::Asia::China
Issue Date: 2008
Source: Hee, W. S. (2008). The Desire in Crossing the Border and the Imagining of Desire in Modernity:a study of the Wanderings, Romances and Reminiscences in Wangtao’s “SongYin ManLu” and “ManYou SuiLu"(《越界之恋与现代性的欲望想像:论王韬〈淞隐漫录〉与〈漫游随录〉的漫游、言情与追忆》). Modern China (Xiandai Zhongguo), 11, 135-151.
Series/Report no.: Modern China (Xiandai Zhongguo)
Abstract: 作为中国现代性体验之第一人,王韬的留洋经验导致他的文言小说和随笔带 有“旧瓶新酒”的意味。文言叙事的框架里,依旧藏不住他对西方现代性的欲望 想象。这些欲望想象包括他对西方女孩、器物、城市和科学文明的向往和追求。 在王韬的书写里,“越界之恋”不但发生在阴阳之间(人鬼之恋)和现实青楼的 客人和性工作者之间,也发生在中国与西方之间(跨国之恋)、人与物之间(恋 物之癖)。这尤其在短篇小说集《淞隐漫录》和随笔《漫游随录》体现开来。本 文以《淞隐漫录》为中心,再辅以《漫游随录》为参照,双向对证和处理王韬是 如何虚虚实实通过种种越界之恋的漫游、言情与追忆,抒发一个晚清士大夫最初 的现代性想像。
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10356/94310
http://hdl.handle.net/10220/7510
Rights: © 2008 Peking University Press. This is the author created version of a work that has been peer reviewed and accepted for publication by Modern China, Peking University Press. It incorporates referee’s comments but changes resulting from the publishing process, such as copyediting, structural formatting, may not be reflected in this document. The official website of copyright holder can be found at: [http://www.pup.cn/main/].
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