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    Title: A study of images in Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar
    Other Titles: 西爾維亞‧柏拉絲《鐘形瓶》的意象之研究
    Authors: 李佳陽;Lee, Chia-yang
    Contributors: 淡江大學英文學系碩士班
    宋美璍;Sung, Mei-hwa
    Keywords: 女性迷思;無名的問題;意象;克莉絲蒂娃;棄卻;自我中的異者;Feminine Mystique;The Problem That Has No Name;Image;Kristeva;abjection;The Alterity Within
    Date: 2007
    Issue Date: 2010-01-10 23:16:57 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本論文旨在探討西爾維亞•柏拉絲《鐘形瓶》中的意象。第一章所探討的是柏拉絲身為五零年代女性及女性作家的焦慮。柏拉絲身處的五零年代的美國社會,其在婚後深刻地體會身為已婚婦女,需背負當時的美國社會對女性角色的期許與個人理想的衝突;作者透過小說主角艾絲特的焦慮映照出現實生活中的困境。
    書寫「棄卻」的意象,柏拉絲也體驗了主體建構的中介階段,克莉絲蒂娃主張人們面對自我中的異者(alterity within the self) ,而非逃避它。僅管殘缺的身體在小說中令人厭惡,柏拉絲同時也在這個書寫的過程中展現了她面對自我中的異者的勇氣。
    This thesis studies images in The Bell Jar. I divide images into two groups. The first group refers to thematic images of the novel. They include images such as The Rosenbergs electrocution/electroshock therapy, fig tree/fruit, bell jar, Lady’s Day fashion magazine. This thesis argues that Sylvia Plath creates thematic images to represent women’s under repression, thereby Plath pointing to a binary narrative pervasive in a masculine society. On the other hand, I use Julia Kristeva’s concept of abjection to approach disabled body images in the novel. Abject body images tap into an in-between condition as the onset of the subject formation. They lead the readers on a journey of subject formation. Disabled body images allude to more than Esther’s wounds. They are symptomatic of a psyche that has yet to come to terms with “the stranger within.”
    Writing abject bodies, Sylvia Plath also experiences an interspace between self and other, an estranging journey that Kristeva suggests people should confront instead of eschewing it. Depicting disabled body functions, which are usually regarded as unfavorable and deviating from the normal, Plath shows her effort to face the stranger within herself.
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