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1 108/1 英文系 熊婷惠 助理教授 期刊論文 發佈 Reifying Cultural Memory and Violence in Vyvyane Loh's Breaking the Tongue , [108-1] :Reifying Cultural Memory and Violence in Vyvyane Loh's Breaking the Tongue期刊論文Reifying Cultural Memory and Violence in Vyvyane Loh's Breaking the Tongue羅惠賢《斷語》中文化記憶與暴力之具現HSIUNG Ting-huiBreaking the Tongue;cultural memory;violence;Chineseness;《斷語》;文化記憶;暴力;中華性中山人文學報 48, p.53-72This paper attempts to examine how Vyvyane Loh's contemplation on the national identity of Singapore is exemplified through cultural memory and violence that are made tangible in the moment of the national upheaval. Violence in Breaking the Tongue makes possible the representation of trauma and allows readers to experience the cruelty of war. Violence also serves as the narratological strategy to evoke cultural memory. References to Chinese culture and Chinese classics constitute the cultural memory in this novel, by which Claude survives Sook Ching, and in the end recognizes and reshapes his identity. Another character, Ling-li, is characterized as the follower of General Yue Fei's legacy of loyalty, strengthening
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