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弗吉尼亚·伍尔夫是英国后维多利亚时期的重要作家,评论界对她的研究从其生前一直持续至今,由最早的现代主义形式技巧分析逐渐转向政治文化语境批评。本书在考察后维多利亚时期帝国文化转型和女性发展模式的基础上,结合伍尔夫的政治思想,选用叙事学中的情节结构、人物塑造和隐性进程等相关理论分析伍尔夫的叙事双重性,探讨她如何利用父权意识形态与帝国统治文化之间的互动关系,通过对父权的模仿、柔化和选择性认同,实现批判、改造有形帝国以及建构无形帝国的“帝国女儿”身份。
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  • 绪论
    1. 第一节 后维多利亚时期“无形帝国”的文化建构与“帝国女儿”的身份探索
    2. 第二节 伍尔夫研究现状及存在问题
    3. 第三节 文化语境批评与叙事学理论相结合的研究方法
  • 第一章 伍尔夫建构“帝国女儿”身份的核心思想与文本叙事
    1. 第一节 伍尔夫核心思想的双重意识
    2. 第二节 伍尔夫小说的叙事双重性
  • 第二章 杀死家中天使:《远航》的反情节叙事
    1. 第一节 批判“有形帝国”的女性成长
    2. 第二节 违背常规的情节叙事
    3. 第三节 内含暴力的意象叙事
  • 第三章 从局外到局内:《达洛卫夫人》人物塑造的保守转向
    1. 第一节 改造“有形帝国”的女性意识
    2. 第二节 功能型人物所创造的发展空间
    3. 第三节 心理型人物的保守转向
  • 第四章 走向双性同体:《到灯塔去》情节背后的隐性进程
    1. 第一节 母国:无形帝国还是有形帝国?
    2. 第二节 从母国的覆灭到帝国的重建
    3. 第三节 《母子图》的视角变化与构图平衡
  • 结论
  • 附录一 弗吉尼亚·伍尔夫生平与作品年表
  • 附录二 从《远航》看后维多利亚时期英国女性成长小说的叙事发展
  • 附录三 情感与艺术的焦虑:论《到灯塔去》“双性同体”的矛盾叙事
  • 后记
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