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    Title: 論九○年代崛起女作家作品中的追尋─以郝譽翔、成英姝和朱少麟為例;The Search of Female Writers in the 90s-The Study of Literature Works from Hao Yu-Hsiang, Chen Ying-Shu and Zhu Shaolin
    Authors: 王悅詩;Heng, Yue-Shi
    Contributors: 中國文學系
    Keywords: 九○年代女作家;追尋;自我;自由;female writers in the 90s;search;self;freedom
    Date: 2016-12-29
    Issue Date: 2017-01-23 16:05:28 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 台灣女性文學從五四時期興起,女性寫作從早前偏向「懷鄉」或是家庭婚姻的題材,再後來走向了愛情書寫。然而隨著政治的解嚴,帶進各種思潮,九○年代走向一個多元且眾聲喧嘩的年代。女性寫作亦受此影響,尤其在這時崛起的女作家,也顯出了這種特質。儘管多元走向讓她們的寫作方向各有所不一,然而在她們的作品裡,都帶有「追尋」的意識。

    ;This paper took from the 1990s of Taiwan, three emerging female writers who rose in the literary world. Hao Yu-Hsiang, Chen Ying-Shu and Zhu Shaolin discussed the ‘search ’of female writers within their literary works, especially novels. Hao Yu-Hsiang is well-known for her works entangled in familial affairs, Chen Ying-Shu, whose work often stirred-up discussion on gender issues, and under Zhu Shaolin’s pen, her works penetrate into the inner most thoughts of the urbanites and shed lights on what trouble them. All three of these writers have each with their different themes separate pursuits of goal. However, though seemingly unrelated, reading their works together unveiled a surprisingly similar pattern of self-discovery and search for freedom among the three authors. On self-discovery, they are inclined to discover more about their own gender identity and existence. And through searching freedom, they each went through a transformative journey from finding their own shackles to eventually understood and found true freedom. Regardless of their pursuits, they were all able to redeem themselves through the literally world as the writing draws to a close.
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