|Title:||重新評估察米雅欽的《我們》||Other Titles:||Zamyatin’s We: A Reassessment||Authors:||張惠娟||Keywords:||烏托邦;察米雅欽;我們;Dystopia;Zamyatin;We||Issue Date:||9-Apr-2003||Publisher:||臺北市：臺大文史哲學報編輯委員會||Start page/Pages:||231-250||Source:||臺大文史哲學報,58||Abstract:||
This paper means to draw attention to the uniqueness of Yevgeny Zamyatin’s We as a “heretical” product, a work that stands aloof among modern dystopias in many aspects. Ideologically as well as textually, We is a dynamic, open-ended dystopia, foregrounding ideological free play & narrative indeterminacy. Its articulation of multiplicity of perspectives defies any assertion of absolutism or authority & destabilizes whatever illusion of closure the text may have harbored. Its recourse to various metafictional techniques further unravels a textual world where everything is just in the process of becoming & nothing has already been finished. The departure of We from the realist tradition upheld by other dystopias is significant in negotiating a strategy to counter the official, orthodox narrative & eventually to provide a glimpse of hope for the otherwise dark world.
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