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    Title: Politics of Ambiguous Bodies—?Troping Monstrous Motherhood in Boy’s Love and Slash
    Authors: 黃瑜惠;Huang,Ellie Yu-hui
    Contributors: 英美語文學系
    Keywords: BL;Slash;男男生子;次文化;文本製造;情感;生殖;身體;BL;Slash;Male pregnancy;subculture;textual reproduction;affect;reproduction;body
    Date: 2013-08-12
    Issue Date: 2013-10-08 15:16:24 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 隨著最近BL和Slash的人氣高漲,這些次文化的文本製造已經開發了許多不同題材,
    With recent raising of popularity of BL and Slash, the textual reproduction of these particular subcultures has already developed many tropes in order to continue resonating with BL or Slash readers. Among those tropes, male pregnancy is the most controversial one because it tends to incite extreme reactions in the readers: people either hate it or love it. To understand male pregnancy through naming it as the monstrosity is to map out its relationship with the reality, and the critical status as a liminal being behind its hyperbolic expression. Therefore, I use male pregnancy as the starting point to select two texts from different cultures, i.e. Chinese-speaking and
    English-speaking, to draw a parallel study of the affective structure presented in the texts. By close reading into the nuance of different texts of male pregnancy, the structure of feelings on both textual level and the readers’ cultural situations demonstrates the specific emotional trajectories regarding the social issue of maternity. The texts becomes the reflections upon the social relations which constitute feelings like sentimental, angery or paranoid. To further the political possibility motivated
    by the affect of such ambiguous bodies in male pregnancy, I want to point out that mentality sustained by those feelings can buttress certain decision-making in the political issues, and the ambiguity is not only in the physiology but also in their unique flexibility presented in their liminal positionality. By tracking the changes within the myth of reproduction, we can try to understand
    more in this complicated situation in the societies which are obsessed over the dream of proliferation and reproduction.
    Appears in Collections:[英美語文研究所 ] 博碩士論文

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