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Beyond the Boundary:Yu Da-fu and Ng Kim-chew in Chinese Malaysia literature
Chinese Malaysia literature
This is a boundary-crossing study of Chinese Malaysia Literature. Literati from China catalyzed the occurrence of Chinese Malaysia Literature while bringing in Chineseness which affected ideology, literature, history and even nation imaginary. After the independence of Malaysia, Malayness became a kind of oppression. Chinese Malaysia Literature was transferred to Taiwan and turned Taiwan into the biggest Chinese Malaysia Literature community outside Malaysia. Under the grid of filtering both Chineseness and Malayness, how Chinese Malaysia Literature can achieve individuality has always been a tough issue. Yu Da-fu, the literates from China and Ng Kim-chew, who spent more than two decades in Taiwan are the good approaches to this topic. When Yu was in Southeast Asia, he raised the “Master” issue but then disappeared there before independence of Southeast Asia countries. This facilitates a possibility of poetics. Ng who writes about Malaysia in Taiwan has a similar situation as he is considered an outsider for the geographical determinism. Their boundary-crossing is rich in equivocal meanings and leads to the Diaspora of Chinese Malaysia Literature. This thesis consists of six chapters that focus respectively on the search for minor literature, raznorechie, poetics and rewriting literature history. With the study of Yu and Ng, we can find their similarity. Ng uses Yu as a symbol in his structure of text and finally makes it possible to rewrite a literary history in a philosophy way.
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