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Penetrating via war zone administration policies implemented by the national government in Kinmen, this thesis explores the oppression and difficulties encountered of the common people and veterans under military administration in Huang Ke-Quan’s Kinmen series of novels, as well as the relevance of the positions the 2 parties situated in, analyzes position and motives the implementers of military administration system had in mind, and from the approach of figures in the text in the pursuit of subject consciousness, tries to find protagonist’s hope for the future of Kinmen.
First, penetrating into from the political, economic and ideological indoctrination, and environment three levels, analyze the Kinmen plebeians’ manifestation of the way of thinking and life images under the military administration institutional environment and the country’s planned policy norms. Through text, explore causes for the Kinmen plebeians’ compromise when the government did control all aspects of life of the common people. Secondly, through the interaction between the Kinmen veterans and the common people, explore the influence on Kinmen veterans by the national policy and local communities composition, so that conflict and struggle were presented in marriage, nostalgia, and memories, and by perspective of the women and children in the text, understand the way the author shows his care for veterans. Finally parse in the text behind plebeians’ thinking the meaning of life it bears author’s provision with future outlet for Kinmen, and thinking process via which a philosophy of life is found.
In this thesis, through description of the characters’ mood in the text of Huang Ke-Quan’s Kinmen series of novels, and accompanied by space-time background of Kinmen during the military administration era, explore that people in Kinmen were forced to endure various unreasonable rules and control under military administration. These experiences in the past can not be fully understood and realized by the people now living in Taiwan. The writer attempts to explain the text through various perspectives and to think, hopes to provide readers with a deeper understanding of the plight of people’s lives in the past, to avoid via preconceived position interpreting today’s Kinmen, or essentializing and politicizing it. It is also expected readers can understand the culture and history of Kinmen from a more open and inclusive perspective.
Keywords: military administration system, subject consciousness, life philosophy, thought control, self-redemption