Abolishing Prostitution Movement and Prostitute Narrative's Satirization of Reality:A Study of Literary Narrative about Prostitution in the 1930s
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国民党南京政府初期的废娼运动,经历了禁娼和弛禁两个阶段。废娼运动遭致各种批评,此种舆论状况成为20世纪30年代有关"娼妓"话题的文学叙事的社会语境。此阶段有关"娼妓"话题的文学叙事,不再把"娼妓"视为社会改革者的意识形态象征符号,而是多把"娼妓"置放到叙事中的"主人公"位置,并以她们的叙事视角呈现其所受的社会压迫及性别奴役,讽刺了禁娼当局的资产阶级道德偏见及政治偏狭,因而具有进步意义。In the early days of the Nanjing government, the Abolishing Prostitution Movement had two stages, the prohibition of prostitution and the lifting of the prohibition. The Abolishing Prostitution Movement incurred various criticism. This atmosphere permeated the social context for literary narratives about prostitution in the 1930 s. This kind of narrative no longer takes prostitution as an ideological symbol for social reformists. Instead, prostitutes are taken as the protagonists of the narratives which present social oppression and gender enslavement from the perspective of prostitutes. This kind of narrative satirizes the capitalist moral prejudice and political intolerance of the authority who tries to abolish prostitution, and is a narrative that is progressive in nature.