本論文旨在以女性書寫空間的角度來探討山謬爾．李察森《潘蜜拉》中女性的書寫空間與書寫空間裡的自我。在十八世紀初，小說文類興起之際，不同於當時其他作家喜好於描寫男性的冒險故事及中產階級致富的故事，李察森以一名男性作者的身分創造了許多女性敘述者，深入探討女性內在心智的動態。潘蜜拉是李察森的第一位有名的女性敘述者，她被賦予一個自由發展自我的空間、一個自由書寫自己的空間。當潘蜜拉被囚禁於重重圍牆裡、被拘束於許多社會規範裡時及當其外在空間與身體空間岌岌可危時，其書寫空間提供她一個安全的避難所，不管其他人對她書寫空間的威脅，潘蜜拉不斷地書寫自我，她在其書寫空間裡，找到自己的聲音，大聲地唱出屬於她個人的自我之歌，詳細地記錄其自我遭遇，顛覆傳統女性的形象，並且透過來自她自己的書寫空間的文字力量正面迎擊他人對她的不平等對待與看法，潘蜜拉不再僅僅是一個手無寸鐵的犧牲者，透過其個人的書寫空間，潘蜜拉化身為一個勇敢的女戰士，在性別之戰與階級之戰贏得勝利，透過個人書寫，女性不再沉寂。讓潘蜜拉使用她自己獨特的語言敘述其個人的經驗，讓讀者親自走入潘蜜拉的心智，李察森在一片以男性聲音為主的小說世界裡，引進了女性深層的聲音，平衡了以男性書寫為主的文學世界。 This thesis is to explore Samuel Richardson''s Pamela from woman''s writing space which is put forward by Hélène Cixous. At the rise of the novel in the early eighteenth century, different from other contemporary writers who focus on describing men''s adventures and laborers'' transformation, Samuel Richardson creates many well-known female narrators in his works to explore women''s intellectual and psychological fluctuation. Richardson was a head of his time by using his female characters to ponder the woman question and class issues. Pamela is Richardson''s first female narrator. She is given a free writing space. When her closet is invaded and her body is in danger, her writing space offers her a safe shelter. Even though faced with Mr. B''s attempts to intrude into her writing space, Pamela keeps writing. In her writing space, Pamela sings out her inner self, records her personal experiences, and overthrows the traditional docile woman''s image. Wielding her pen, Pamela fights against others'' maltreatment and disrespect to her. Pamela is no longer a powerless and silenced victim. Through writing, the heroine fashions her self-image as a triumphant female warrior. Pamela''s success is two-folded, both in terms of gender and class. By writing, Pamela''s beauty is heard. Pamela''s liberation from social constraints by writing heralds a new path for other women to follow. Making women speak themselves with their own voice, Samuel Richardson introduces the new voice into the novel and balances the literary world which was centered on male writing.