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    National Tsing Hua University Institutional Repository > 清華出版品 > 01 清華學報 > 新31卷第3期 >  蕭紅小說的妊娠母體和病體銘刻—女性敘述與怪誕現實主義書寫

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    Title: 蕭紅小說的妊娠母體和病體銘刻—女性敘述與怪誕現實主義書寫
    Other Titles: Descriptions on the Bodies of Expectant Mothers and Sick Women in Xiao Hong's Novels
    Authors: 林幸謙;Lim Chin Chown
    Date: 2001/09
    Publisher: 國立清華大學出版社
    Relation: 清華學報,國立清華大學,2001,new,v.31,n.3,p301.
    Keywords: 女性主義
    怪誕現實主義。Xiao Hong, body discourse, feminism, grotesque realism
    Abstract: This paper attempts to look into Xiao Hong's writing characteristics on female personalities based on her premarital pregnancy experience in her early years, with special attention given to the phenomenon of pregnancy, childbirth and difficult labor. Among the varied female descriptions in Xiao Hong's novels, such pregnancy-related images are especially striking. They are a form of writing bearing with gender awareness and body discourse in Xiao Hong's literary works. In the early years of Xiao Hong's writing career, some personal women experiences such as pregnancy and childbirth, constitute the resources for her text construction and contribute to the collective imagination on females in the modern Chinese literature. In fact, in Xiao Hong's novels, morbid descriptions on women's bodies such as illness, grotesque, lowliness and distortion are aplenty, contributing to an epic description of women's bodies. Such unique narration highlights the ugly pictures of female bodies and presented via a grotesque realism narrative strategy. Besides, this paper presents a narrative strategy of naturalistic mimesis to discuss Xiao Hong's descriptions of female bodies and images. Such narrative strategy provides Xiao Hong with a room for imagination on naturalistic mimesis and animal images. Women are metaphors of a variety of animal images, enabling the innermost being of female peronalities to metamorphose as the varied animals in nature. This can be deemed as female (local) writers imiating naturalistic mimesis in nature in their writing. It is also a metaphorical narration of fables on female bodies.
    URI: http://thjcs.hss.nthu.edu.tw/catalogue_detail.php?id=114
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