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論文名稱(中文) 在伊恩.麥克伊旺《贖罪》裡一個永久等待的寬恕
論文名稱(英文) An Eternal Waiting for Forgiveness in Ian McEwan's Atonement
校院名稱 成功大學
系所名稱(中) 中國文學系
系所名稱(英) Department of Chinese Literature
學年度 101
學期 2
出版年 102
研究生(中文) 陳諭琳
研究生(英文) Yu-Lin Chen
學號 K26971090
學位類別 碩士
語文別 英文
論文頁數 82頁
口試委員 指導教授-林明澤
口試委員-張淑麗
口試委員-廖培真
中文關鍵字 後設小說  書寫療法  贖罪  自我否定  罪惡感 
英文關鍵字 meta-fiction novel  writing therapy  Atonement  self-denial  sense of guilt 
學科別分類 學科別人文學語言文學
中文摘要 伊恩.麥克伊旺在《贖罪》裡以主人翁童時創傷為主軸描述其一生,個人在企圖彌補過錯的過程中,因受時間環境改變被現實所限制的困境。小說主角白昂妮藉由書寫中發揮想像力試圖彌補過去的缺憾,然而她最終仍無法從寫作中獲得救贖。本論文以小說情節發展為主軸,主要探討白昂妮在贖罪過程中所產生的自相矛盾,說明主角在面對內心罪惡感及期待被認可的道德兩難中為始終無法突破困境的主因,進而說明,縱使個人明白過去的罪惡無法被抹去,也應坦誠面對事實,而非逃避真相。在第一章中,討論聚焦於白昂妮在童時因個性上的缺點、 家庭和歷史背景,以及對於真實世界的認知不足的關係,因而犯下無法避免的錯誤。另外,本章亦解釋小說中結合意識流及嵌入式故事(embedding story)的敘事手法,其目的為闡釋白昂妮的內心世界。在第二章中,討論主要在推翻白昂妮對於她原本寫作目的說詞。縱使主角將小說命名為《贖罪》,並向她的讀者說明著作是為了已故的羅比和西西莉亞所寫,她實為透過寫作認識自我並釐清當時的真相,然而在呈現事實同時卻選擇以寫作為贖罪的替代方案,以抒解個人不安及為個人過去錯誤辯護。在論文最後一章裡,說明白昂妮一生努力仍然無法獲得原諒是因為她始終無法接受真正的自己。最後,伊恩.麥克伊旺耙梳《贖罪》中白昂妮個人不安的心理狀態,提醒每個讀者,在各個年代時期都有面臨不同創傷一定的時候,必須要學會處理面對自己的性格缺失與困境,而非逃避。
英文摘要 In Atonement, Ian McEwan mainly examines the influences of a traumatic loss on the protagonist, Briony, as well as presents the ethical issues related to her sense of guilt. Since Briony cannot change her childhood mistake, she tries to make amends through her writing. Nevertheless, the creation of various fantasies in her writing of the event only can temporarily relieve Briony’s anxiety, and she still suffers from the sorrowful feelings. Therefore, I attempt to explore the causes and effects of this traumatic event in Briony’s youth. In the first chapter of the present thesis, I focus on the causes of Briony’s mistake, such as the lack of care from her family, the lack of knowledge about the real world, and the inequalities caused by the class system at that time. Furthermore, I also consider the implications of the complex narrative techniques used in the novel, including the embedded narration and the stream of consciousness. In chapter two, I examine Briony’s aim of making amends in her writing, as she attempts to defend herself and win recognition from her readers. In addition, Briony also tries to know the truth about the event and about herself in rewriting the history, and thus her writing is as a form of therapy rather than atonement. In the last chapter, I propose that the cause of Briony’s self-denial is that she cannot accept herself. In this novel, Ian McEwan shows that Briony’s psychological predicament can happen to everyone, and thus, readers have to learn how to face their own traumatic losses from Briony’s experiences.
論文目次 Introduction .............. 1

Chapter One: The Inevitable Flaw of Briony as a Child.... 11

Chapter Two: A Struggle for Self Knowledge and Truth of Briony’s world in Atonement .............44

Conclusion ..... 76

Works Cited ..... 81
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