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Title: 超越自傳:從呂格爾詮釋學探討反猶大屠殺圖像小說《鼠族》
Beyond Autobiography: Exploring the Holocaust Graphic Novel Maus through Ricoeur's Hermeneutics
Authors: 鄭慕尼
Cheng, Mu-ni
Contributors: 文山評論:文學與文化
Keywords: 反猶大屠殺 ; 阿特.斯皮格曼 ; 《鼠族》 ; 圖像小說 ; 自傳 
Holocaust ; Art Spiegelman ; Maus ; graphic novels ; autobiography
Date: 2020-06
Issue Date: 2020-11-12 14:30:08 (UTC+8)
Abstract: 阿特.斯皮格曼(Art Spiegelman)創作的兩冊《鼠族》(Maus)為首部榮獲普利茲獎的圖像小說,奠定了圖像小說作為漫畫新分支的重要里程碑。本論文探討《鼠族》處理多層涵義與潛在意義(subtext)的能力,以及漫畫媒材獨特的表現手法。在概念上從法國哲學家呂格爾(Paul Ricoeur)提出的「三重模擬」(Threefold mimesis)出發,探討《鼠族》如何詮釋反猶大屠殺中猶太民族苦難歷史與後記憶。斯皮格曼雖是美國圖像小說的典範人物,但截至目前為止,國內對斯皮格曼作品的研究仍不多見,而這篇論文期以呂格爾的證釋學理論,闡釋當代自傳性圖像小說如何創造出新的典範。
The two volumes of Maus composed by Art Spiegelman were the first graphic novels to be awarded the Pulitzer Prize. These volumes introduced a new genre of graphic novel in the form of comics. The present study examines the hierarchical content and subtexts of Maus and the unique presentation methods of comics. The researcher employed the concepts of "Threefold mimesis" proposed by the French philosopher Paul Ricoeur, to see how Maus interpretate the Jewish history of suffering in Holocaust and the postmemory. Spiegelman is the icon of the graphic novel world, however, so far research on his work still seems to be rare in Taiwan. This study starts from Ricoeur's Hermeneutics, hope to elucidate how the new model of contemporary autobiographical comic was created.
Relation: 文山評論:文學與文化, 13(2), 99-119
Data Type: article
DOI 連結: https://doi.org/10.30395/WSR.202006_13(2).0005 
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