dc.contributor.author陈人豪 Tan, Eugene Jen Hao
dc.description.abstract在马华文学的近百年历史里,黎紫书是一颗闪耀之星,在创作道路上选择了一条僻静的道路,不往人多的地方聚集。身为一名女性作家,她的文笔散发出女性的多情和多面,时而冷艳,时而残酷。黎紫书的微型小说,虽然不像她的得奖长短篇引人瞩目,但更加贴近她,更能显示出她的意识。本论文以黎紫书的三部微型小说《微型黎紫书》、《无巧不成书》、《简写》为例,对照其他微型小说作家的成果,证明黎紫书的微型小说其实毫不逊色。通过分析二元对立的布局,看出她想要突显对家庭、两性的关注,从而了解她书写同样主题的倾向。另外,本文也将试图为黎紫书作品的“寻找”母题解码,推断出一个可能的解释,显示微型小说对她的重要性。Nearly a century of development of Chinese Literature in Malaysia, Li Zishu is considered by many as an outstanding writer. She chose a path different from others, using her role as a female writer to express emotions and aspects of women in her works. Her micro fiction, despite gaining less limelight than her award-winning short stories and novels, are closer to her personally and reflects her consciousness. This thesis analyses three of her micro fictions, comparing them with works and research by writers in the genre, highlighting her uniqueness in the process. Thereafter, it will also look at how she uses binary to dedicate her solicitude to family and the sexes, providing an explanation for her continued writing of the same themes. Lastly, an attempt to decode the motif of “searching” will be carried out, establishing the connection between the writer and her works, proving the importance of micro fiction to Li Zishu.en_US
dc.format.extent38 p.en_US
dc.rightsNanyang Technological University
dc.title女人、人伦、家乡 :黎紫书微型小说的关怀与投射 = Women, human relations, home : the solicitude and self-projection in Li Zishu’s micro fictionen_US
dc.typeFinal Year Project (FYP)en_US
dc.contributor.supervisorYow Cheun Hoeen_US
dc.contributor.schoolSchool of Humanities and Social Sciencesen_US
dc.description.degreeBachelor of Artsen_US

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