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    Title: 聲音具像:女性作家與童話故事;Embodying Voice: Women Writers and Fairy Tales
    Authors: 王如欣;Ju-Hsin Wang
    Contributors: 英美語文學研究所
    Keywords: 身份認同;童話故事;女性作家;想像認同;說故事;書寫;women writers;fairytales;imaginative identification;storytelling;writing;identity
    Date: 2006-03-28
    Issue Date: 2009-09-22 09:19:03 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學圖書館
    Abstract: 此篇論文檢視經想像認同童話故事裡藉發聲轉換命運的女性角色的女作家作品。論文焦點放在Connie Porter、 Julia Alvarez,、以及Anne Sexton三位作家。他們經由想像認同的角色分別是金髮女孩、雪賀拉薩得、以及巫婆的角色類型。每位作家認同的童話角色不同,但是都有一個相同點:學習使用自己的聲音改善社會處境並且改變別人還有他們看待自己的方式。對每一位作家而言,這是根植於獨特的社會處境之下的個人認同。 第一章以Mirror, Mirror on the Wall: Women Writers Explore Their Favorite Fairy Tales一書為主,介紹發聲對女性童話故事角色的意義,以及這些角色類型如何運用聲音語言保護身處父權結構社會下的自己。第二章討論幾位女性作家的文章關於童話故事如何影響他們成為作家以及找到屬於自己的聲音。探討其中每一位作家如何敘述童話故事和他們自己之間的關係。並且探討透過想像認同體現他們內在聲音的童話故事角色如何幫助他們踏上作家之路。第三章與第四章則將重點從小說家的範疇移到詩人的範疇,重點放在Anne Sexton 以及她的童話詩集,Transformations (1971)。這本詩集中詩人藉由創造一個獨特的巫婆說故事者、展現女性在故事中的限制、以及重新框架原來的童話故事,帶領讀者質疑內化在原來童話故事之中的父權價值以及其導致的女性侷限。 In this thesis I will look at the work of women writers who find their voice through imaginative identification with female fairytale character types who transform their lives through the power of speech. The writers I focus on are Connie Porter, Julia Alvarez, and Anne Sexton, and the character types they identify with are respectively Rapunzhel, Scheherazade, and the character type of the witch. Each of these writers and the characters they identify with are different, but all have one thing in common: they learn to use their voice to dramatically improve their social situation and alter the way that others look at them and the way they look at themselves. For each of these writers, the identification is quite personal and rooted in their specific social situation. In Chapter One I discuss Kate Bernheimer's Mirror, Mirror on the Wall: Women Writers Explore Their Favorite Fairy Tales to explore the appeal of fairy tales to women writers in general. Women writers in this book talk about their relation with fairy tales, and their narration reveals the influence fairy tales have on them. In the second chapter I will look at what some women novelists have to say about how fairy tales influenced their becoming writers and finding their individual voice. The discussion is about how each of them narrates their relation with their favorite fairy tales and how their identification with fairytale character types that embody their inner voice helps them in becoming writers. In the third and fourth chapters I will focus on Anne Sexton and her fairy tale retelling poetry, Transformations. In the discussion I will try to say that Transformations shows a woman writer's intention of empowerment. By creating a witch storyteller, exhibiting the confinement of female characters in stories, and reframing fairy tales in her own words, Sexton shows her power in being a female storyteller.
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