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    Title: 跨時代跨語作家的戰後初體驗:龍瑛宗的現代性焦慮(1945-1947)
    The Experience in Postwar Period of a Cross-Era and Cross-Language Writer: The Modernity Anxiety of Lung, Ying-Tsung (1945-1947)
    Authors: 柳書琴
    Liu, Sui-Ching
    Contributors: 臺灣文學學報
    Keywords: 龍瑛宗;跨時代跨語作家;中華日報;殖民性;現代性;戰後體驗
    Date: 2003-08
    Issue Date: 2019-11-13 14:52:22 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文擬以1945-1947年龍瑛宗的各式發表稿為中心,觀察身為少數活躍於戰後的文學者,如何以文學者思維面對充滿激烈變遷的「新時代」?如何思索「跨越時代」的課題?本文把重點置於作家對新時代的認知、思考如何影響其同期的文學活動此一面向。筆者認為,綜觀龍氏戰後初年(1945-1947)諸稿,現代社會的追求是其根本關懷,也是他此期的思想主軸與行動依歸。此一關懷與他幾經辯証地觀察新時代、新政權,從而對台灣及中國的社會文他有所反思有關。他對現代社會的追求與呼籲,以幾近焦慮的程度反映於文藝活動之中,在擔任《中華日報》日文「文藝欄」與「文化欄」期間尤為明顯。當時他企圖以文藝運動落實現代啟蒙的理想,在活動表現上略有重評介輕創作的傾向。本文嘗試由此觀點對戰後初期龍瑛宗的社會關懷、文藝理念、文化改造理想,提出統合性的解釋。
    This thesis is intended to focus on Lung, Ying-Tsung’s contributions published during 1945-1947, and observe how he faced the dramatically changing “new-era” with literary thought and how he ruminat ed the “cross-era” issues as being one of a few active writers during postwar period. This thesis will give emphasis on how the writers’ recognition and their thought affecting the postwar literary activities. In my opinion, after reviewing all Lungs’ contributions in the early stage of postwar period, his concern was rooted in the pursuit of modernity,” which also formed the basis of his thought and movement. All his concern, authentication, and observation of new ear and new regime, were related to the reflections on the social culture in Taiwan and China. Lung’s pursuit and appeal for modernity was mirrored in literary and artistic activities in a virtually anxious extent, particularly when he assumed the work as the author of “literary and artistic column” and “cultural column” in Chung-Hwa Daily. At that time, he attempted to fulfill his dream of modern enlightenment through literary movement. In presenting activities, he was tendentious to lay more stress on criticisms but less stress on novels or poems. From this viewpoint, this thesis sought to provide a comprehensive explanation for Lung’s consideration toward the community, idealism of literature and art, and idealism of cultural reformation during the early stage of postwar period.
    Relation: 臺灣文學學報, 4, 73-105
    Data Type: article
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