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|Other Titles:||Character Writing of A Depressed Age: Discussion on Ouyangzi's Novels of Growth Career|
Department of Chinese, NTNU
The article aims to clarify some misunderstanding commentators used to have toward Ouyangzi’s novels. Most of Ouyangzi’s works are concerned with the growth career of the young. In the article, we will discuss from threeaspects – desire exploration, self-identification and culture conflict. By way of psychoanalysis and ego psychology, we argue that Ouyangzi’s emphasis on internal description is just the characteristic of psychological novels. Ouranalysis also shows that her writing of the growth career has close relationship with academy life and the deep of her realistically internal writing. The finding refutes the criticisms that Ouyangzi imitates the skills of the western literature blindly, departs from Taiwan society and goes against morality. To sum up, Ouyangzi’s writing, being reasonable and objective, focuses on the mental confusion of the young. In a realistic setting, she creates contexts, imagines and tries to explore the dark side of the young’s mind. She therefore displays the self-drafted and depressed sides of real life one by one in the young ages, and exemplifies a special way of 1960’s writing of the growth career.
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