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    Title: 臺灣詩人的囚與逃 : 以商禽、蘇紹連、唐捐為抽樣
    Other Titles: Captivity and escape of Taiwanese poets : Shang Qin, Su Shao Lian, and Tang Juang as samples
    Authors: 夏婉雲;Hsia, Wan-Yun
    Contributors: 淡江大學中國文學系博士班
    Keywords: 遠土;本土;幻土;囚/逃;商禽;蘇紹連;唐捐;captivity and escape;far land;native land;illusion land;Shang Qin;Su Shao Lian;Tang Juang
    Date: 2013
    Issue Date: 2014-01-23 14:19:20 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 1949年後一甲子,出現在臺灣的詩人約二十年可分為一代,因此可分為前行代、中生代、新生代等三個世代,他們的文化認知與土地認同有極大不同。本論文是取樣商禽(1930–2010 )、蘇紹連(1949–)、唐捐(1968–)三人的詩作品,他們都是較同時代詩人「囚」得較厲害、風格較奇特、藉助語言也「逃」得較厲害的邊緣型詩人,耙梳臺灣三個世代詩人時必有所抽樣,因此針對「囚」與「逃」落差較大的此三位詩人,在政經情勢、社會及國際環境的巨大變化中,研究其寫詩的軌跡、身體知覺是如何運轉,肉身(形)與意識(神)透露出怎樣異同的困境(囚)、和異同的逃逸方式(逃)。
    Taiwanese poets from 1949 can be divided into three generations every 20 years: the previous generation, the middle generation, and the new generation. Their cultural awareness and identity of land are vastly different.

    This thesis analyzed three poets and their works, Shang Qin (1930-2010), Su Shao Lian (1949 -), Tang Juang (1968 -), to represent the three generations. They are the poets of the edge in their era for their serious captivity, exotic style and flee in languages.

    The analysis focused on the political and economic situation, social and tremendous changes in the international environment, the trajectory of their 的poetry; body perception; their flesh and consciousness showing the different difficulties and different ways to escape.
    This thesis systematically combined the theories of "intentionality", "initiative", "body - subjectivity" in phenomenology, Lacanian psychoanalysis, and cognitive neuroscience about the differences between left and right brain functions in analyzing the context.

    The poets in three generations belong to three periods: the "far land" (emergent period), "native land" (divergence period), "illusion Land" (split period). Their flesh and consciousness are captivate and escaping in three trends: "splitting", "seeking together", and "roaming".

    Shang Qin in "Emergent period" quests for the "Location" of human life, the "Original value" and seeks constantly between people and other things "change places" (deformation and translocation). Resulting in the collective emergent phenomenon, he with the contemporary poets, in the age of turmoil, is severe in captivity and escaping. His success presents the joint efforts of the whole generation.

    Su Shao Lian in "Divergence period" is representative the middle generation of poets, building the subject of Taiwan in the debate of the size of the land and of the country. The difference between Su and the other second-generation mainlanders poets is that he tries to pronounce in "dual voice". His poetry not only heritages the ideas of previous generation, but also breaks the language ban and enters the virtual network world to construct a special field of poetry and to disengage the impact from the previous.

    Tang Juang in "Split Period" has received comprehensive long-term Chinese language training. He bears a strong religious background and folk shadow from his father. His writing technique adopted monster, reverse noble, humble and "Taiwanese Chinese". His language and consciousness is full of urban and rural ambience of Taiwan, modern and traditional environment deformation and betrayal.

    The three poets in different cultures and recognition of l and, "Far land", "native", "illusion Land", represent captivity and escape of three generations in Taiwanese poets.
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