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「佛為阿那律穿針」故事的敘事模式—奚淞〈穿針〉及梁寒衣〈穿過長夜的針孔〉與古典佛經的比較
作者:陳書渝(國立臺灣師範大學台灣文化及語言文學研究所研究生)

卷期:55卷第2期
日期:2010年9月
頁碼:101-116
DOI:10.3966/207451922010095502004

摘要:

現代佛教文學作品中,奚淞〈穿針〉及梁寒衣〈穿過長夜的針孔〉兩篇文章,皆採用〈增壹阿含第三十一卷‧力品〉佛陀為阿那律穿針的故事:因為在佛陀座前打瞌睡,而立誓終不再坐睡的阿那律,眼力消耗致殘。人的身體構造類同,「身體乃是可被認得的一個共享同情位置,其將讀者跟文本做連結」,凡人視力若要清朗皆靠健康明目,阿那律眼殘使我們得以想像其苦難。奚淞與梁寒衣扮演著雙重角色─在閱讀原典時作為讀者,「當身體在揭露災禍和引發同感上的角色是清楚時」,他們首先感同身受地體驗阿那律的眼殘。當這種同情共感引發寫作,則作為作者,他們透過有同有異地身體書寫策略,繼而再塑阿那律─或平凡親近,或修持菩薩道,向讀者傳達其體悟的穿針意涵。

關鍵詞:佛教文學、身體書寫、阿那律、奚淞、梁寒衣

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中文APA引文格式陳書渝(2010)。「佛為阿那律穿針」故事的敘事模式—奚淞〈穿針〉及梁寒衣〈穿過長夜的針孔〉與古典佛經的比較。師大學報:語言與文學類55(2),101-116。doi:10.3966/207451922010095502004
APA FormatChen, S.-Y. (2010). Buddha Threading a Needle for A Na LyuThe Intention in Classic and Modern Literature. Journal of National Taiwan Normal University: Linguistics & Literature, 55(2), 101-116. doi:10.3966/207451922010095502004

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Buddha Threading a Needle for A Na LyuThe Intention in Classic and Modern Literature
Author: Shu-Yu Chen(Graduate Institute of Taiwan Culture, Languages and Literature, National Taiwan Normal University)

Vol.&No.:Vol. 55, No. 2
Date:September 2010
Pages:101-116
DOI:10.3966/207451922010095502004

Abstract:

   “Threading a Needle” and “A Needle Threading through the Dark Night,” written by Si Song and Liang Han respectively, are two modern Buddhist essays which discuss a classic story in Ekottarik gama. A Na Lyu falls into sleep while listening to Buddhist chants. Awakened by Buddha, A Na Lyu feels ashamed and swears that he will never sleep again. Insistent on going without sleep, A Na Lyu eventually falls blind.
    As humans the world over are familiar with the failings of the body, we can empathize with what it must be like to go blind. Readers can understand the fear that A Na Lyu must experience.
 Si Song and Liang Han Yi in this way play two kinds of roles. As readers, they sympathize with A Na Lyu. As writers, they refresh the image of A Na Lyu-who is ordinary or practicing Bodhisattva. By using different narrative skills, the writers inform the readers of the intention of “Buddha Threading a Needle for A Na Lyu.”

Keywords:buddhist literature, physical writing, A Na Lyu, Si Song, Liang Han Yi