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    Title: Postmodernist campus novels : a reading of David Lodge's changing places and small world
    Other Titles: 後現代學院派小說 : 解讀大衛‧洛吉的《換位》及《小世界》
    Authors: 廖偉斯;Liao, Wei-szu
    Contributors: 淡江大學英文學系碩士班
    宋美璍;Sung, Mei-hwa
    Keywords: 學院派小說;後現代;後設小說;敘事;巴赫汀;對話;嘉年華;米尼比安嘲諷;Campus novel;Postmodernist;Metafiction;narrative;Bakhtin;Dialogism;Carnivalesque;Menippean satire
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2010-01-10 23:15:53 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本論文旨在探討當代英國小說家大衛‧洛吉的兩本學院派小說《換位》及《小世界》當中最吸引評論家討論的三個面向。第一部份藉由文本分析討論兩本小說中呈現的後現代敘事技巧;第二部份檢視文本語言中巴赫汀的對話多音及嘻笑嘉年華現象;第三部份研究其為諷刺文學的因素及其文類的歸屬。
    This thesis aims to discuss the contemporary British novelist, David Lodge’s two campus novels—Changing Places: A Tale of Two Campuses, and Small World: An Academic Romance—and suggests him as a postmodern Menippean satirist by focusing on his narrative and metafictional techniques; his use of Bakhtinian definition on language and carnivalesque devices of Menippean satire. David Lodge is widely acclaimed as a writer of campus novels with a keen slant toward exploring the vice and folly in academic communities. Firstly, unlike the traditional realistic novelists, Lodge attempts to write his novels with the mixture of various narrative techniques, challenging the postmodernist concept of collage and hybridity. Secondly, Lodge not only endeavors to write the academic novel with a distinguished form but also makes an effort to diversify the traditional campus novel content—“the Cult of Oxbridge.” Thirdly, there is more zealous debate among critics about whether or not Lodge is a satirist than in all their discussions of other campus novelists combined. All these stimulating issues have helped motivate this study.
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