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    Title: 從驅魔到入魔 : 黃碧雲小說中的鬼魅書寫(1986-2011)
    Other Titles: "From exorcism to obsessions with demons" : a study of Wong Bik Wan's fictions (1986-2011)
    Authors: 何玥臻;Ho, Yueh-Chen
    Contributors: 淡江大學中國文學系碩士班
    張雙英;Chang, Shung-In
    Keywords: 黃碧雲;鬼魅;香港主體性;Wong Bik Wan;uncanny;Hong Kong subject construction
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2015-05-04 09:55:44 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 黃碧雲小說自1986年至2011年的書寫總結,就是從驅魔到入魔的書寫歷程。黃碧雲對於香港主體性的探求到了最後已經成為個人世界的建構,從寫作初期對於家庭創傷經驗的書寫開始,不甘於小敘事的侷限,開始意識到寫作是有所追求與關懷的,企圖積極的介入歷史、操控話語權,試著建立女性被漠視的另一種大敘事,最終回到自身重複展演創傷陰影的機制。


    The content of Wong Bik Wan''s fictions from 1986 until 2011 can be described as a journey from exorcism to obsessions with demons.

    In Wong Bik Wan’s works the city of Hong Kong eventually appears as a personal individual world of the main characters. Starting to write about family traumatic experience and unwilling to accept limitations of small narrative stories, the author realized that writing was something more to pursue and had made attempts to get involved into history process and the topic of freedom of speech; she tried to create a great narrative story about the women that were ignored and those protagonists eventually re-appeared returning to their dark and traumatic existence.

    Wong Bik Wan’s works are engaged with family trauma and abuse, describing the characters that are unable to find a way back home, but actually desperately desire to return back home. Dealing with personality’s identity issue, experienced suffering from the escaping and seeking; in the stagnation and addiction, the author consciously faced the process, which eventually become a mixture of history and personality.

    The paper is studying the author‘s works dividing them into originally trauma narrative works and lately published ones in 1986-2011. We saw how a writing trauma like drug addiction become Wong’s indispensible part of life. We analyzed the changes in author’s writing and entire carries, starting from such topic as family secrets to gender and race identity issues, based on the period of time when author came back to Hong Kong as a main axis, observing development and changes in the author’s subjects’ construction.
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