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    Title: 安芮特《被遺忘的華爾滋》中的夏朵內及感性生活
    Chardonnay and the Sensual Life in Anne Enright’s The Forgotten Waltz
    Authors: 黃乙宸
    Huang, Yi-Chen
    Contributors: 陳音頤
    Chen, Eva Yin-I
    Huang, Yi-Chen
    Keywords: 安芮特
    Anne Enright
    The Forgotten Waltz
    female bodily desire
    Date: 2020
    Issue Date: 2020-09-02 11:34:33 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 安芮特以書寫愛、性、家庭以及女性主題聞名。而在《被遺忘的華爾滋》中,安芮特透過對吉娜與她的情人賽昂的浪漫關係反映對愛爾蘭社會在凱爾特之虎時期的關懷。
    Anne Enright is known for her writings on the themes of love, sex, family, and women’s experiences. In The Forgotten Waltz, Anne Enright shows her concerns on the Irish big social event—the Celtic Tiger—reflected in the romantic relationship between our protagonist, Gina, and her lover, Sean Vallely.
    This thesis is divided into two parts, and I intend to explore the different two meanings which Chardonnay represents in The Forgotten Waltz. In the first part, I argue Chardonnay symbolizes the lifestyle of the bourgeoisie and their pursuit of the good life that stands for the material prosperity available as a result of the Celtic Tiger years. In the second part, Chardonnay is not only represented as Gina’s female bodily desire, but also interconnected with her mental activities. This thesis aims to utilize material culture approach to argue that the reason for Gina’s addiction to Chardonnay is related to her spiritual feelings. From this point, Enright has broken the traditional duality of material and the spiritual.
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    Description: 碩士
    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0106551006
    Data Type: thesis
    DOI: 10.6814/NCCU202001341
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