张新宇

姓名:张新宇

兴趣:符号学
个人介绍:

本科 (湖南大学)  
研究生 (湖南大学)



论文题目:论加里•斯奈德《山河无尽》中解构主义倾向
导师: 谭琼琳教授
研究时间: 2012年9月–2015年6月
电子邮箱:
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Abstract

    Gary Snyder (1930- ) is a renowned American poet, essayist, Zen practitioner and environmentalist. His Mountains and Rivers Without End, a collection of poems published in 1996, is profound in theme and rich in content . The whole book contains thirty-nine poems, weaving together many elements including but not limited to: Zen, mythology, Nō drama, geology, biology, landscape painting, recollection and dreams. It not only expresses Snyder’s constant ecological concerns b ut also shows the characteristics of diversity and openness.
    This thesis employs French philosopher Jacques Derrida’s deconstruction theory as its theoretical basis. It mainly discusses Snyder’s deconstructive thought and his use of deconstructive strategies embedded in Mountains and Rivers Without End. Hence, two main aspects are examined within the text. Firstly, through study, this thesis maintains that the thought of anti-anthropocentrism contained in the book is an embodiment of anti-logocentrism, which lies in two facts: indirectly dispelling anthropocentrism by abundantly writing nature and directly demonstrating errors of anthropocentrism. Secondly, this thesis articulates that supplement and intertextuality, as main deconstructive strategies, are adopted in composition. Supplement encourages readers to understand and interpret this poetic book from multiple perspectives, so that diverse meanings hidden in the poems are explored. Intertextuality breaks the border between Mountains and Rivers Without End and other texts and the border between Mountains and Rivers Without End and the outside world, which obviously expands the book’s range and makes its language become more tensed and meaningful. In  this respect, both supplement and intertextuality make a real contribution to achieve the artistic effect of endlessness, deliberately in accordance with the name of Mountains and Rivers Without End.
    Through textual analysis, it is hoped that this case study will provide a practical paradigm for analyzing Gary Snyder’s poems from the perspective of postmodern theories.

Key Words:Gary Snyder; Mountains and Rivers Without End; Deconstruction

Contents

Abstract
Abbreviations
Introduction
     0.1 Gary Snyder and Mountains and Rivers Without End
     0.2 Literature Review
     0.3 Organization of the Thesis
Chapter 1 Theoretical Principles on Derrida’s Deconstruction
     1.1 Anti-logocentrism
     1.2 Supplement
     1.3 Intertextuality
Chapter 2 Reflections of Deconstructive Thought in Mountains and Rivers Without End
     2.1 Shifting from Anti-logocentrism to Anti-anthropocentrism
     2.2 Directly Demonstrating Errors of Anthropocentrism
     2.3 Indirectly Dispelling Anthropocentrism
Chapter 3 Applications of Deconstructive Strategies in Mountains and Rivers Without End
     3.1 Embodiments of Supplement
     3.2 Embodiments of Intertextuality

Conclusion

References
Appendix A 攻读学位期间所发表的学术论文
Appendix B 详细中文摘要
Acknowledgements


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