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    Title: Gender and Sexuality in Agamemnon and Liao-Chai Chih-Yi
    Other Titles: 希臘悲劇《阿格曼儂》與《聊齋誌異》中的性別閱讀
    Authors: 黃逸民;Huang, I-min
    Contributors: 淡江大學英文學系
    Keywords: Carnival;Heterogeneity;Dominant discourse;Antiritual;Gender identity;Homogeneity;Androgyny;Countter-discourse;Sacrifice;Liberation
    Date: 1993-08
    Issue Date: 2010-01-04
    Publisher: 淡江大學西洋語文研究所
    Abstract:  In this essay the author first shows that Bakhtin’s theory of carnival and Foucaulfs theory of the power struggle of discourses are both congruent with Moi’s androgyny or “deconstructed” stage three feminism in which gender-identity is seen to be contingent, finally indeterminate. Then, against this theoretical background, Clytemnestra's murder of Agamemnon in Aeschylus’ tragic drama is interpreted in terms of carnival as a “minimally ritualized antiritual, a festive celebration of the other," and in terms of Bataille’s Dionysian “orgy of annihilation”: in proclaiming the joy of rebirth through the “sacrificial” death of her husband Clytemnestra goes beyond herself, breaks through her homogeneous gender identity by liberating heterogeneous elements, her “other.” Finally, the Chinese Liao-chai chih-yi is seen, against this same interpretive framework, as a hybrid genre, a site of contention between text and subtext or dominant discourse and counter-discourse: its dialogism of discourses reveals a heterogeneity, an alternative world--in terms of values and beliefs--to that of traditional Confucianism.
    Relation: Tamkang Review 23(1-4), pp.779-801
    Appears in Collections:[英文學系暨研究所] 期刊論文

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