[1]曲 涛,王瑞芳.论《可爱的骨头》中的二重身与女性创伤书写[J].浙江外国语学院学报,2019,(06):102-109.
 QU Tao,WANG Ruifang.An Interpretation of the Female Trauma Writing in Alice Sebold’s The Lovely Bones from the Perspective of Double[J].,2019,(06):102-109.
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《浙江外国语学院学报》[ISSN:/CN:]

卷:
期数:
2019年06期
页码:
102-109
栏目:
外国文学研究
出版日期:
2020-05-18

文章信息/Info

Title:
An Interpretation of the Female Trauma Writing in Alice Sebold’s The Lovely Bones from the Perspective of Double
作者:
曲 涛王瑞芳
(大连外国语大学 英语学院,辽宁 大连 116044)
Author(s):
QU TaoWANG Ruifang
(School of English Studies, Dalian University of Foreign Languages, Dalian 116044, China)
关键词:
艾丽斯·西伯德《可爱的骨头》二重身女性创伤
Keywords:
Alice Sebold The Lovely Bones double female trauma
文献标志码:
A
摘要:
暴力与性一直是美国当代作家艾丽斯·西伯德力图挖掘的创作素材,在其长篇小说《可爱的骨头》中,西伯德立足亲身经历,对一场奸杀案可能对一个女性及其周边世界所造成的创伤进行了充满魔幻色彩的书写。文章选取小说中的三个女性人物苏茜、琳茜和露丝作为研究对象,以作品中运用的二重身手法为切入点, 结合妇女主义和创伤理论解读小说主人公苏茜在经历身心的双重毁灭之后,利用其二重身实现创伤迁移,并最终治愈伤痛走出阴霾的历程。通过对三个女性人物基于创伤体验与女性意识的二重身关系进行探究,文章深度剖析了主人公苏茜在暴力阴影笼罩下的自我和解之路及对女性主体性的追寻之旅,揭示了西伯德对女性创伤个体通过彼此联盟从宏观的女性集体中汲取力量来直面伤痛的隐秘呼吁。
Abstract:
The elements of violence and sex have always been the main materials that the contemporary American writer Alice Sebold tries to excavate. Based on her real experience, Sebold created a female’s traumatic world caused by a case of rape and murder imaginatively in her novel The Lovely Bones. Taking three female characters in this novel—Susie, Lindsey and Ruth as the subjects of the study, this paper will analyze the protagonist’s healing process of using two doubles to transfer her trauma after being confronted with destruction both physically and mentally with the theory of womanism and trauma theory. According to the deep interpretation of the three female characters’ double identity relationship based on their common traumatic experience and female consciousness, the paper attempts to explore Sebold’s marginal experience with sufferings and her search for the reconstruction of female’s subjectivity, so as to reveal how female traumatic individuals can gain power to get cured from the macroscopic female collective by their union among one another.
更新日期/Last Update: 2020-05-09