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    Title: 異質空間與他者:台灣另類文本中的性別論述,-台灣女性身體與空間敘事史觀:女鬼與女巫的踰/愉悅:
    Authors: 陳淑娟
    Contributors: 人文社會學院;外國語文學系
    Keywords: 女鬼;女巫;身體;空間敘事;李昂
    Date: 2012
    Issue Date: 2013-07-18 15:30:32 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 台灣女性身體書寫與空間敘事史觀:女鬼與女巫的踰/愉悅 本計劃將研究李昂的兩部近期作品《看得見的鬼》(2004) 與《附身》(2011), 兩部作品中藉由文學創作所呈現的台灣早期移民女性之形象與書寫,恰好提供閱讀者 一窺台灣早期混種文化社會下的女性樣貌,然而,李昂在其兩部小說中所使用的敘述 對象卻與之前的不同,在《看得見的鬼》中,故事的主角是來自盤據於國域之東、北、 中、南、西的五隻女鬼,進一步勾勒出一個「鬼國」寓言,書中的女鬼,在最後的結 局都是對自己身體的體悟,踰越了一切的世俗規範;而最新作品《附身》,故事取材了 許多民間信仰且結合了台灣早期的社會研究與文化習俗等民間傳說,如女主角的兩個 母親:紅姨是西拉雅族的巫女,生母則是紅姨的詮釋人,此次的書寫以建構一個以母 系社會為主的烏托邦新樂園為主旨,女性的議題則進一步以史詩觀點加以處理,並將 「靈」拉高至東方哲學、心靈的層面,甚至以類似處女懷孕等情節來處理一個民族的 創世紀神話。因此本計劃希冀透過跨主題研究(性別研究、空間與地理學、身體論述), 希冀建立完整的論述架構,包括以台灣發展為架構之觀點的性別研究資料,以及另類 性別書寫建構他者歷史的研究資料,並以類似編排母系族譜(genealogy)的方式建構《看 得見的鬼》以及《附身》的女性敘事史觀。

    Taiwanese Women's Body Discourse and Narrative Epic of Space: The Overpass of Pleasure from Female Ghosts to Witches This project aims to study the recent two novels of Li Ang’s—The Visible Ghosts (2004) and Tabernacular (2011), which provide females’images in early Taiwanese hybrid society presented in the literary works. Comparatively, the descriptive objects are different than what Li’s has done before and this is the most interesting part to study these two works as well. In The Visible Ghosts, the characters are the female ghosts from five different directions —the East, the North, the Center, the South and theWest, who narrate their own stories and further are portrayed as an allegory of a Ghost Kingdom. At the end of the stories, the five ghosts transgress the secular canons by surpassing the boundaries of their own bodies. Similarly, Li’s newest novel, Tabernacular, acquired local materials combined with the research of early Taiwanese social, cultural customs and local folklores, such as Hung- I is the witch of Siraya tribe and the narrator’s mother is Hung-I’s interpreter. The purpose of writing Tabernacular is to build up a utopian society of matriarchy which conducted the women’s extreme mission is to construct an epic of others. Furthermore, the issue of spiritual experience is sublimated into the level of eastern philosophy. Therefore, this project attempts to build up an integrated discourse by combining interdisciplinary themes: gender studies, space theories and topography, body discourse. In which, this project will establish the references of gender studies and historical reconstruction of others under the view of Taiwan and compile the matriarchal genealogy in these two novels.
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