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This thesis focuses on the development or transition of women’s images in Taiwanese cinema during the 1980s. The central aim of the thesis involves examining the characteristics of Taipei women by identifying the way in which they are positioned, imagined, and represented in three films. Chapter...
This thesis examines the development of feminine self in Li Ang’s fiction during different stages of her writing. Beginning in the 1980s, the rise of Taiwanese women writers has been one of the most significant phenomena in the history of Taiwanese literature, fundamentally challenging what has...
In Magnolia: Stories of Taiwanese Women by Tzeng Ching-wen, Tzeng Ching-wen writes about women’s suffering. The fictional women in this collection suffer because of the commitment to their responsibilities, which are framed by conformity. Conformity is a set by responsibilities that people have,...
Inner World of Drifting Chinese People: Narrative Functions of Motifs in Peter Ho-sun Chan’s Love TrilogyDownload
This thesis focuses on the narrative functions of motifs in Peter Ho-sun Chan’s love trilogy films on drifting Chinese people since the 1980s. The examination of object/setting motifs in Chapter One contributes to the understanding of character-traits. Chapter Two especially discusses the use of...