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    Title: 跨越邊界:論《使女的故事》中的空間敘事
    Crossing the Boundaries: The Spatial Theory in The Handmaid’s Tale
    Authors: 謝明儒
    Hsieh, Ming-Ju
    Contributors: 楊麗敏
    Yang, Li-Min
    Hsieh, Ming-Ju
    Keywords: 《使女的故事》
    The Handmaid’s Tale
    Margaret Atwood
    Henri Lefebvre
    The Production of space
    spatial practice
    representations of spaces
    representational spaces
    Date: 2020
    Issue Date: 2020-09-02 11:34:07 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本論文旨在討論瑪格麗特・愛特伍的小說《使女的故事》中的「空間實
    踐」,「空間再現」,以及「再現空間」。本文藉由空間理論社會學家昂希·列斐伏爾《空間的生產》一書提出的空間三元論,檢視《使女故事中》的空間架構。本文第一章為緒論,介紹瑪格麗特・愛特伍的寫作理論以及創作背景,此外提出了當代關於愛特伍小說的反烏托邦文類之探討,並檢視小說敘事中呈現的現代及後現代性。本文第二章介紹了昂希·列斐伏爾的空間三元論如何定義空間的生產。本章檢視《使女的故事》中女主人公的敘事,如何建構的空間實踐,以及探討愛特伍呈現在基列國空間再現。 本論文的第三張檢視了昂希·列斐伏爾空間三元的最後一環,「再現空間」如何透過《使女的故事》裡的角色中的日常生活,再現並重新建構空間。透過重現日常生活的敘事及論述,本文總結基列國的空間源由空間中的居住者生產,製造,並重建。
    The thesis aims to adapt Lefebvre’s spatial triad so as to examine the space produced in Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale. The Handmaid’s Tale fictionalizes the coup d'état overthrows the United States and constructs the theocratic government of Gilead. The history of the Early Gileadean Era is recorded in the tapes of the protagonist, the handmaid Offred. The study focuses on the oral records that reveal the landscape of the city, the construction of the regime, and the everyday life of the individuals. Applying Lefebvre’s spatial triad, the thesis targets on the representations of the space “perceived” by the viewers, “conceived” by the government, and “lived” by the inhabitants. Chapter one provides the introductory literature survey on Atwood’s novel, including feminist, postmodernist, and dystopian critiques. Based on the analysis of Lefebvre’s spatial theory, chapter two aims to explore the “physical” space of the Republic of Gilead. This chapter targets on spatial practice of the regime represented in city planning, buildings, and physical landscape. Following the analysis on spatial practice, the chapter advances to the conceived space in the representations of spaces of Gilead, exploring conceptualized codes and signs. Emphasizing on the space “lived” by Gilead’s civilians, chapter three embodies representational spaces of Gilead that is constructed and reconstructed by its actual inhabitants and users. Thus, I draw to the conclusion that what constructs Gilead is not the political power, but the ways of living among all habitants dwelling in that space.
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    Description: 碩士
    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0104551004
    Data Type: thesis
    DOI: 10.6814/NCCU202001555
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