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    Title: 西太平洋海濱的洄瀾地景傳奇─壽豐水璉蕃薯寮「遺勇成林」傳說試論
    Other Titles: Whirl Lan Legendary Landscape of Western Pacific Seaside: Try Research “Forest of Braves” Legends of Shoufeng Shueilian Fanshuliao
    Authors: 彭衍綸
    Peng, Yen-lun
    Keywords: 花蓮縣;壽豐鄉水璉村;阿美族;遺勇成林;地方風物傳說
    Date: 2014-12
    Issue Date: 2016-12-19 15:00:16 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 濱臨西太平洋的花蓮海線地區壽豐鄉水璉村蕃薯寮有一媲美太魯閣的峽谷,在此流傳著一屬於原住民族阿美族的「遺勇成林」傳說,訴說險峻峽谷的竹林如何而來:或源自競選頭目、互爭美女、鞏固地盤,一片竹林,姿態各異。獨特的地景加上專屬的傳說,正訴說著阿美族的精神。本文旨在論述遺勇成林傳說的各種文本,探討其中蘊藏的意涵,以及試論傳說何以形成的元素。
    Bordering the Western Pacific coastal region of Hualien Shoufong Township Shueilian Village Fanshuliao has a canyon comparable Taroko Gorge, In this spread, “Forest of Braves” legends, a part of the legendary aboriginal Amis, tell how steep canyon from bamboo forest: or from the campaign leader, compete beauty, consolidate sites, a bamboo forest, different attitude. Unique landscape plus exclusive legends are telling Amis spirit. This article aims to discuss different text of “Forest of Braves” legends, explore the meaning of which bears, as well as elements of the legend of how the formation.
    Relation: 臺灣文學學報,25,101-134
    Data Type: article
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