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Beyond language: the postmodern poetics of Ang Lee's adaptation of Lust/Caution
文献类型期刊
作者Ding, Shaoyan[1]
机构
通讯作者Ding, SY (reprint author), Guangdong Univ Foreign Studies, Fac English Language & Culture, Guangzhou, Guangdong, Peoples R China.
2011
期刊名称CRITICAL ARTS-SOUTH-NORTH CULTURAL AND MEDIA STUDIES影响因子和分区
25
1,SI
页码范围88-101
增刊增刊
学科文化学习
收录情况SSCI(WOS:000291728800007)  
所属部门英语语言文化学院
语言外文
ISSN0256-0046
DOI10.1080/02560046.2011.552212
人气指数1786
浏览次数1782
关键词adaptation; body poetics; history; identity; intertextuality; nationalism; parody
摘要Based on Robert Stam's notion of filmic adaptation as a cultural critique and through a detailed analysis of the postmodernist styles of intertextuality, dissolving the history, parodic representation, and the body narrative in the filmic text, this article argues that Ang Lee's film Lust/Caution (2007) adapted from Eileen Chang's fiction Lust, caution is a re-creation embedded with subtle and significant cultural politics. It can be seen as an intellectual endeavour to problematise the ideological assumptions of Self and the Other, history, identity and nationalism, to deconstruct the multiple forms of power that have enslaved human beings, women in particular, and to demonstrate his hope for equality, tolerance and coexistence in human society. In a word, Ang Lee's cinematic adaptation, going far beyond Eileen Chang's representation of private experiences, is an intellectual process of cultural poetics that subverts the mythic language of nationalism and national identity.
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