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    Title: 莎士比亞《暴風雨》中的同情與能力
    Compassion and Competence in Shakespeare’s The Tempest
    Authors: 葉怡君
    Yeh, Yi-Chun
    Contributors: 施堂模
    Sellari, Thomas
    葉怡君
    Yeh, Yi-Chun
    Keywords: 暴風雨
    莎士比亞
    魔法
    同情
    The Tempest
    Shakespeare
    magic
    compassion
    Date: 2019
    Issue Date: 2019-08-07 15:42:35 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 此篇論文藉由討論莎士比亞《暴風雨》中,以同情(compassion)與能力(competence)為核心的議題,給予劇中主角普洛斯彼羅(Prospero)一個更為公平合理的詮釋。雖然在劇裡擁有魔法與政治權力看似掌握一切,這些力量應該被良善的意圖管束。普羅斯彼羅能夠在同情心的管束下使用自己的能力,也藉此展現了成為一位好君主的本質。
    本文第一章為文獻回顧,整理了過往對普羅斯彼羅的評論,以及談論《暴風雨》中,普羅斯彼羅的魔法之相關研究。第二章以介紹文藝復興及其前期的魔法作為開頭,更進一步探討當時魔法與當權者的細密關聯。本章接著分析《暴風雨》中魔法與政治權力的相似性,以及兩者共有的限制。
    接續第二章的討論,第三章介紹了《暴風雨》中的同情心,並詳加敘述同情心在劇中如何被詮釋、於普羅斯彼羅的關聯性,以及在談論使用能力時,同情心的重要性。
    第四章更詳細地探討同情心與能力之間的關聯,並解釋本篇論文的核心論點:能力必須在同情心的管束下使用。本章並援引伊拉斯謨斯(Erasmus)對於仁君的教導支持此論點,說明良善的意圖才是能使國家持續壯大的本源。
    第五章綜合前述,重新檢視過往的論述,並在本文提出的論點下提出可修正之處,也給了普羅斯彼羅一個更公正的詮釋。
    This thesis aims to provide a more justifiable interpretation of Prospero by bringing the issue of compassion and competence into discussion. The thesis proposes that powerful as they are, magical and political powers should be guided under a good intention. When demonstrating his competence under the guidance of compassion, Prospero achieves the essence of a good duke.

    The thesis first gives a brief review of former approaches in viewing Prospero, and further brings out the issue of magic in the play that has appeared in past criticism. The second chapter introduces magic in Shakespeare’s time and the tight connection between magic and the authority. This chapter later provides a detailed analysis of political power and Prospero’s magic, which are defined as competence in the thesis. This chapter points out the similarities shared by these two powers and also their limitations. Continuing the discussion of the second chapter, the third chapter discusses how compassion is portrayed in the play, how it is related to Prospero, and the significance it possesses when being related to powers. Compassion and competence are brought together in the fourth chapter, which proposes that the later should be governed under the former. The argument is further strengthened by Erasmus’ concerns of a good sovereign. The last chapter brings new perspectives from the former approaches in seeing Prospero, and thus renders a more justifiable position in understanding this powerful magician.
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    Description: 碩士
    國立政治大學
    英國語文學系
    105551012
    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0105551012
    Data Type: thesis
    DOI: 10.6814/NCCU201900622
    Appears in Collections:[英國語文學系] 學位論文

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