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Title: 文化圖景的形構
Other Titles: The Framing of Cultural Landscape: The Local Folklore and Narrative of Wang Shi-Hsing's Kuan Chi Yi.
Authors: 范宜如
Issue Date: Sep-2010
Publisher: 國文學系
Department of Chinese, NTNU
Abstract: 本文以王士性《廣志繹》一書為考察對象,藉由「風土」概念詮釋其地方知識的建構,進而詮解筆記體著作的書寫面向。文中指出,不同的文化產物,建構了風土的內容,廣義的「地方」則涵括了疆域、地景、交通工具、民俗及人物類型等面貌。隨著書寫者觀察角度的移轉,以及自身所處的位置,敘事的基點自有差異。王士性以介入式的觀察、考證辨實的精神、官府治理的眼光、對比及參照的書寫手法,建構了地方知識的文化意義。筆記體著作以其雜沓與泛散,自有多元異質之處,若視之為「社會記憶」:一個大我群體的全體成員的社會經驗的總合,或許能開啟另一種文學、文化與地理空間結合的閱讀視域。
This paper examines Wang Shi-Hsing's Kuan Chi Yi, interpreting the writing aspects of note taking writings by interpreting the construction of local lore with the concept "folklore". The paper mentions that different cultural products constitute the folklore. In a broader sense, region contains territory, landscape, trafficking, provincialism and different types of people. With the shifting of writer's perspective, and the location of himself, the basis of narrative varies without denying. Wang Shi-Hsing creates the cultural meaning of local lore by contrasting the obtrusive observation, archeological spirit, viewpoint of the coordinator. Note-taking writings carry great diversity and heterogeneity because of its complicity and loose organization. If we take it as "social memory", the sum of all social experiences from members in a Big Subject, maybe we can broaden a reading horizon combining literature, culture and geographical space.
Other Identifiers: AB0713DF-4BC4-A2F4-C1C3-4280BC1EC112
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