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    Title: 論《西遊記》中的遊蕩者;Discussion Of Wanderers In “The Journey to the West”
    Authors: 陳佳君;Chen,Chia-Chun
    Contributors: 中國文學系
    Keywords: 西遊記;遊文化;遊蕩者;遊民;遊神;浪蕩遊神;The Journey to the West;You-culture;Wanderer;Vagrant;Wandering Spirit;Lang Dang You Shen
    Date: 2016-01-19
    Issue Date: 2016-03-17 17:54:27 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 《西遊記》繼承了中國豐富的遊文化內涵,遊文化不僅僅透過五聖西遊取經的朝聖旅遊表現之,人物本身的「遊」內涵也值得探討,故本文以人物為出發點,藉由這些各具特色的遊蕩者們論述《西遊記》中各式各樣的「遊」。
    ;“The Journey to the West” inherit from the historical Chinese culture of ‘You.’(遊) The ‘You-culture’(遊文化) is not only explained by the pilgrimage to the west, but also discusses the connotation of the characters in the book. Therefore, this article discusses those distinctive wanderers in different ways of ‘You’(遊) based on “The Journey to the West.”
    “The Journey to the West” presents lots of people, gods, and monsters with the status of wandering and that the characters of wandering including the five saints(五聖) in the journey to the west. The characters of the five saints(五聖) vary from the dimension and the status of wandering. Among the five saints(五聖), Sun Wukong(孫悟空), the representative role of the culture of ‘You’(遊) shows the most splendid character of wandering. The ‘You’(遊) of the five saints(五聖), people, monsters, gods reflect wanderers, especially homeless people who have been despised for a long time in the real world. This group of people should have the rights to be blessed by gods.
    Thus, “The Journey to the West” creates a character called “Lang Dang You Shen”(浪蕩遊神), and discusses the salvation relationship between people and those wandering spirits(遊神). Aside from benefit-oriented purposes, the Wandering Spirit represents higher ‘You’(遊) spirit. As the result, “The Journey to the West” not only represents the ‘You-culture’(遊文化) but also implies mercy to wanderers and standing out for them.
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