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    Title: 水國吟:臺灣遺民紅學考論;Song of Water Country: On the Taiwanese Rediogy of Loyalist
    Authors: 汪順平;Wang, Shun-Ping
    Contributors: 中國文學系
    Keywords: 《紅樓夢》;索隱;遺民紅學;民族認同;後遺民;The Dream of the Red Chamber;Figurism;Rediogy of Loyalist;ethnicity identity;Post-loyalism
    Date: 2020-03-18
    Issue Date: 2020-06-05 16:59:47 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 本論文由「近身之學」出發,以筆者所生長、身處的「臺灣」為標的,從「遺民」的觀點著眼,探討及闡釋紅學索隱派──尤其是遺民論述──在臺灣的勃發。臺灣是一「三民之島」,此島含涉移民、遺民與殖民的政治與文化交織,使得紅學論述在此有了另一方面的開展:與臺灣的政治和文化環境相輔相成,形成極具臺灣特質的「遺民紅學」。
    ;This thesis starts from "Study of Closeness" and focuses on the "Taiwan" that the author grows and is in. From the perspective of "Loyalist"(遺民), this paper explores and interprets the Redology, especially the loyalist. Taiwan is an "island of three peoples"(三民之島). This island contains the political and cultural intertwining of immigrants, survivors and colonies, which makes the Redology discourse develop on the other hand: it complements Taiwan′s political and cultural environment, forming a " remaining reds " that is a feature of Taiwan.
    Secondly, from the 52nd edition of " The Dream of the Red Chamber ", Bao-qin(寶琴)quoted the thoughts of the "Water Country" made by the girls of Zhen-zhen(真真國), bringing out the immigrants, survivors and colonial history of Taiwan from prehistoric times to the government. From the perspective of Taiwan as an important base for the inheritance of Chinese culture, it explains the important reason why the "remaining reds" developed in Taiwan.
    Moreover, after I organized the book from " The Dream of the Red Chamber ", I spread it to "Overseas"--the historical background of Taiwan and the attitude of the literati in the Qing Dynasty. It is worth mentioning that the comment of Tai-ping′s idler Zhang Xin-zhi(張新之) is about his own experience. The state of mind and the political and academic background have been reflected to a considerable extent. What is more important is to fill the gap in the history of Taiwan’s redology in the Japanese colonial era, trying to sort out and compile the spread of " The Dream of the Red Chamber " during the Japanese colonial period and between the intellectual classes. Accept the situation and the views and attitudes of Chinese novels such as " The Dream of the Red Chamber ".
    Finally, it sorts out the publication and development of the Ming dynasty′s Suo Yinhong′s works (紅學索隱派)in Taiwan, tries to compare and analyze the author′s intentions and the background of the esoteric works, and analyzes the similarities and differences and the absences of such esoteric works, aiming at " The Dream of the Red Chamber " The "Taiwan" in the middle of the project is a systematic narrative for writing projects, trying to fill the gaps in previous studies, and can carry out different interpretation spaces to inject new research significance into the history of Taiwanese redology.
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