On the Homosociality in the Revolutionary War Novels of 1950s and 1960s---With a Rereading of Campaign in the Depression

Abstract

“同志“是中国当代文学中一个具有浓烈权力特色与政治色彩的重要概念。在五六十年代的革命战争小说中,“同志情谊“与政治、国家、阶级、敌我等诸多现代性概念纠葛一起、暧昧不清,体现了塞吉维客所说的“男性同性社会性“。本文通过考察战争语境下的“英雄气概“与“政治的友爱“,分析革命意识形态下的英雄人物和革命主题,并试图用“情欲三角“叙事策略理论对这一时期的代表性作品——《洼地上的“战役“》提供一个新的阅读框架,最后考察文学史上的“欲望“书写与“革命“之间的互动与错位。In contemporary Chinese literature, comrade is an important concept with implication of power and politics.In the revolutionary war novels of 1950s and 1960s, the complication of comradeship and such modern concepts as politics, nation, class, antagonists and so on reflect Sedgwick's idea of homosociality.This essay studies heroism and political friendship in the context of the war, analyzes the heroic characters and motifs under the revolutionary ideology, and attempts to employ narrative theory of erotic triangles as a framework in reading Campaign in the Depression, the representative work of the period.At last it tries to examine the interaction and displacement between desire writing and revolution in the history of literature

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