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1 99/2 英文系 黃逸民 教授 期刊論文 發佈 Virtuality, Globalization, and Neo-primitivism in Margaret Atwood’s Oryx and Crake , [99-2] :Virtuality, Globalization, and Neo-primitivism in Margaret Atwood’s Oryx and Crake期刊論文Virtuality, Globalization, and Neo-primitivism in Margaret Atwood’s Oryx and Crake黃逸民Margaret Atwood;Oryx and Crake;virtuality;globalization;neo-primitivismForeign Literature Studies 33(2), pp.7-17The globalization of the imagination is one of the most prominent issues that Margaret Atwood tries to address in Oryx and Crake. Actually Atwood has been obsessed with the liminal situation between the “virtual” and the “real” in her major novels such as The Handmaid’s Tale and Oryx and Crake, two of the most obvious examples. The ambiguity between human and post-human is another liminality that fascinates Atwood. In other words, the rampant technophilia illustrated by the ubiquitous Internet in the globalization of culture is so vividly depicted in Oryx and Crake that Atwood urges us to confront with the current denatured culture emphasizing only the fabricated and artificial in the false dichotomy of cult
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