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|Authors: ||龔偉健;Kong, Wai-Keng|
|Keywords: ||羅智成;異質空間;新詩;台灣文學;現代文學;Luo Chi-Cheng;Space;Heterotopia;Taiwanese Poetry;Contemporary Literature|
|Issue Date: ||2018-08-31 11:29:58 (UTC+8)|
;Although space is more down-to-earth element compare to time, we human somehow always keep our attention on time instead of space. For example, we arrange our chronicles and histories by timeline, we use time as a main theme in literacy work. Not to mention most of the researches and thesis are focusing on the same thing. This situation has only been changed in the middle of last century.
This thesis is using Michel Foucault’s theory of Heterotopia, to study and analyse Taiwanese poet, Luo Chi-Cheng’s works, so that others may have a deep understanding on them.
Some spaces and places mentioned in Luo’s poet has been pointed out, and analyse the metaphor or meaning that they are standing for. For example, the image of cities has been changed from a space that full with hope, to an opposite way. This lead to two different growing on the image of city, which is “Post-Civilization” and “The old Taipei”.
Besides, Luo was trying to represent his mind through study room, garden and village. Using ring chart as a hint, the inner ring is study room/bookstore; then comes the garden; and the outside ring is village. These three spaces are Luo frequently uses in his poet.
Meanwhile, a space of loneliness has been discovered in Luo’s earlier poet, when he was studying in University of Wisconsin.
As an expecting result, this thesis is trying to complete the studies and researches on Luo’s work. Furthermore, a little contribution is hoped to be made in Taiwanese Poetry studies.
Keywords：Luo Chi-Cheng, Space, Heterotopia, Taiwanese Poetry, Contemporary Literature
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