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URN etd-0623109-172702
Author Guo-an Wang
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Department Chinese Literature
Year 2008
Semester 2
Degree Ph.D.
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title The Development of The Post-modern Fictions in Taiwan
Date of Defense 2009-06-12
Page Count 290
Keyword
  • post-modern
  • Abstract The post-modern novels in Taiwan is appeared in the middle of 1980s, and its appearance is to answer the problems to the changes and deterioration of regional literature, and to continue the standard of art and the traditional literary techniques that are built by the modernism literature in Taiwan. In the middle of 1980s, with the thought of modern spreading into Taiwan, the upsurge of post-modern novels appeared, but this upsurge is gradually disappeared with the changes of time and circumstance. However, after 1900s, the post-modern novels in Taiwan are presented with a new aspect after transformation, and become one of the main streams of Taiwanese literature. The goal of this dissertation is to order the developments of the post-modern novels. The following is the abstract of every chapter.
      The first chapter is an introduction to elaborate the motives and methods of research, and discuss the research results by predecessors.
      The second chapter is to illustrate the developments and characteristics of regional literature and modernism literature, and the possible effects to the post-modern novels in Taiwan,
      The third chapter is to demonstrate the relation between the city literature and the Taiwan post-modern literature, and the rising, declining, and transformation of Taiwan post-modern novels.
      The fourth chapter is to explain the possible relation between science fictions and post-modern novels.
      The fifth chapter explicates the appearance and connotation of Taiwan post-modern novels after transformation.
      The sixth chapter is the conclusion, clarifying the research results and limited of this dissertation and the direction of development in the future.
    Advisory Committee
  • Ruo-ying Li - chair
  • Ruei-teng Li - co-chair
  • Chi-you Chen - co-chair
  • jen-nian Tsai - advisor
  • Shian-tzung Gung - advisor
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    Date of Submission 2009-06-23

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