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    Title: Reconnecting the female spirituality with the land in linda hogan's power
    Other Titles: 琳達荷根《力量》中女性靈性與土地關係的重新連結
    Authors: 吳淑婷;Wu, Shu-ting
    Contributors: 淡江大學英文學系碩士班
    陳吉斯;Chen, Chi-szu
    Keywords: 女性性靈;土地;女性主體性;生態女性書寫;力量;female spirituality;land;Female Subjectivity;ecofeminist writing;power
    Date: 2008
    Issue Date: 2010-01-10 23:17:36 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本論文從琳達‧荷根的小說《力量》探討女性靈性與土地之間親密而且具有相互的影響性的關係。我將在本論文中指出破壞性與建設性的力量如何影響女性性靈與土地的關係。
    This thesis aims to examine the interrelation between the female and the land in Linda Hogan’s Power. From discussing the close relationship between the female and the land, we will grasp that these two have the great and determinative influence on all living and non-living beings. I intend to discuss several destructive and reconstructive powers that affect the once balanced environment, in which the Taiga people have lived for hundreds of years.
    This thesis is composed of five parts. The first is Introduction. I briefly introduce the contents of the following three chapters. In Chapter One, “Female Spirituality and Ecofeminist Writing,” I discuss how Omishto and Ama build their female subjectivity and female spirituality from their actions of protecting the sacred land and the indigenous belief system. In Chapter Two, “The Influence of Power on the land and on the Female,” I deal with the influence of destructive power on the female and on the land. When the land is broken, the female, such as Ama, would not keep her female spirituality of safeguarding the sacred land. Besides, the relationship between the human beings and nature would be disrupted. In Chapter Three, “Reconnecting the Female Spirituality with the Land,” I reveal some reconstructive powers that would mend the relationship between the female and the land. When some Taiga people regain their confidence in the land and their belief system, the job of defending the Taiga community would be continuous from generation to generation. And the last part is my conclusion.
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