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dc.contributor外國語文學系碩博士班
dc.contributor[[advisor]]林明澤
dc.contributor[[advisor]]Lin, Min-Tser
dc.contributor.author潘姿岐
dc.contributor.authorPan, Zi-Qi
dc.date.accessioned2019-10-22T10:50:16Z
dc.date.available2019-10-22T10:50:16Z
dc.date.created2016-06-29 01:12
dc.date.issued2003-06-23
dc.identifieroai:ir.lib.ncku.edu.tw:987654321/21608
dc.identifierhttp://ir.lib.ncku.edu.tw/handle/987654321/21608
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12424/691796
dc.description.abstract[[abstract]]伯蘭 史杜克《德古拉》出版於1897年。在當時,?多評論家認為《德古拉》只是一本純屬娛樂性質的恐怖小說,並無任何文學價值。然而,在恐怖的背後史杜克卻不知不覺的透露出19世紀的社會問題,尤其是中產階級所需面對的問題。 史杜克並非有意識的在小說中呈現與討論19世紀的社會問題,而是讀者可從小說中發覺到當時社會中產階級間普遍的焦慮與恐懼,讀者更可以感受到當時社會價值觀對史杜克的深遠影響。尤其在19世紀中產階級已然興起,而新興的階級所需面對的問題皆出現在《德古拉》這本小說中。史杜克本身來自中產階級,所以在《德古拉》中,他以中產階級的觀點及立場來看待此一階級對貴族階級的矛盾與衝突,並處理中產階級本身對性的恐懼與渴望。 這篇論文的主要目的在探討中產階級對貴族階級的嚮往與鄙夷,與中產階級對性的渴望與壓抑。第一章描述時代的轉變造成批評家對《德古拉》有不同的評論,更導致此本小說在20世紀文學地位的提升。第二章探討中產階級與貴族階級如何運用各自關於職業、財富、血緣等條件來維持體面與地位。第三章探討中產階級男性如何透過父權體制來壓抑女性的性慾展現,以掩飾、壓制男性自身的性慾。第四章為結論,主要闡述《德古拉》如同一個階級與性的寓言,不只反映了維多利亞時期的體制,更預示了20世紀中產階級關於階級與性的心理常態。 簡而言之,整篇論文在探討中產階級對貴族階級以及對性的矛盾心情,而這種矛盾是排斥與擁抱、拒絕與接受、恐懼與渴望的交替混雜。
dc.description.abstract[[abstract]]Bram Stoker’s Dracula was published in 1897 At that period many reviewers simply criticized Dracula as thrill-producing and entertaining and they did not find much literary contribution in Dracula Still in this horror novel Stoker had unconsciously exposed the social problems of the nineteenth century especially the problems the bourgeoisie faced Stoker did not mean to describe the social issues of the nineteenth century in Dracula but the readers can still find the bourgeois class’s anxieties and fears at that period while reading Dracula; moreover the readers can also recognize that Stoker’s mentality was influenced by his time deeply In fact the bourgeoisie had kept rising in the nineteenth century and the problems which the rising class must face in society are thus represented in Dracula Stoker himself as bourgeois man naturally adopted a bourgeois viewpoint to deal with the bourgeois conflicts with the aristocracy and the rising class’s ambivalence in fear and desire for sexuality in Dracula This thesis aims to illustrate the bourgeois fantasies about and disdain for the aristocracy and the class’s desire for and repression of sexuality Chapter I illustrates the transformation of the critical tradition of Dracula and the promotion of the novel’s literary status in the twentieth century Chapter II discusses how the bourgeoisie and the aristocracy represent and maintain respective ideals of respectability in Dracula—in terms of such key ideas as profession money and blood Chapter III focuses on the Victorian bourgeois gender ideology as represented in Dracula and discuss how the patriarchal bourgeois men treat sexual women with their specific codes of sexual morality; the chapter also discuss how these men try to contain their own sexual desires through suppression of female sexuality Chapter IV concludes this thesis by affirming Dracula as class and sexual allegories which not only reflect the values of Victorian bourgeois regime but also prefigures the twentieth-century bourgeois mentalities as far as class and sexuality are concerned To sum up the whole thesis discusses the bourgeois ambivalence of exclusion and inclusion rejection and acceptance fear and desire in regard to the class’s conception of aristocracy and sex
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dc.languageEng
dc.language[[iso]]en_US
dc.subjectClass
dc.subjectSex
dc.subjectVampire
dc.subjectAristocracy
dc.subjectBourgeoisie
dc.subjectBram Stoker
dc.subjectDracula
dc.subject貴族階級
dc.subject中產階級
dc.subject伯蘭史杜克
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dc.subject吸血鬼
dc.subject德古拉
dc.title放蕩的貴族與高尚的中產階級:伯蘭 史杜克《德古拉》中的階級與性
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