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현대영어영문학검색

Journal of The English Language and Literature


  • - 주제 : 어문학분야 > 영문학
  • - 성격 : 학술지
  • - 간기: 계간
  • - 국내 등재 : KCI 등재
  • - 해외 등재 : -
  • - ISSN : 1738-7620
  • - 간행물명 변경 사항 : 영어영문학연구 → 현대영어영문학
논문제목
수록 범위 : 23권 0호 (1983)

작가의 의도와 작품해석의 상관성에 대한 소고

김영남
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This essay is a study of the intentional problems in literary criticism which have been discussed in recent years. The New Critical method which developed from the 1930s to the 1950s proposes that intentionalism should be removed out of literary criticism in order to achieve the successful interpretation of literary work, while the intentionalist critics who oppose the New Critical dogma insist that the author`s intention and his biographical data play an essential role in understanding literary work. Comparing these two opposite views in literary criticism, I consulted the relevance of the writer`s intention to his work.

Keats's Beauty In All Things

(Wee Kyoung Kim)
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Macbeth 의 야망

문강희
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To Macbeth, who has the ambition to become the king of Scotland, to live in allegiance to King Duncan is as hard as ascending a high mountain, which in the Bible is a symbol of God. This is because that allegiance is against the natural tendency of the flesh. On the contrary, it is as easy for him to commit the evil of killing King Duncan in darkness and become king as it is to descend from that high mountain towards the valley, which is the symbol of misery in the Bible. But at the bottom of the valley, there is a deep sea of despair leading into Hell. He finally sinks into the depths of despair characterized by evil, fear, blood, sleeplessness, and the inoperative and dissolved time. The harder he struggles artificially to escape from the nihilism that has resulted from this separation from God, the more deeply he becomes engulfed in it. It is absolutely impossible to get himself out of the sea of despair because that is the war between the human finity and the infinity of Nature. Macbeth`s ambition to become king is not reality, God`s Providence, but one of the appearances in life. To Macbeth, to be king is like a giant`s robe upon a dwarfish thief. However hard a human being tries to attain such appearances, he falls deeply into the nihilism in life, while reality shines eternally. As the wage of sin is death, we watch the tragic progress of his disease until it issues, inevitably, his destruction; we unreservedly acquiesce in his punishment, because we recognize his conscience as our own, and because we share his guilt. The effect of Macbeth is like an indictment of human nature. Through Macbeth, Shakespeare radiated brilliantly the limitlessness of God`s Providence, contrasting this clearly with human limitations, both the good and evil sides of human nature, and the inevitable human tendency of yielding the temptation of evil. In short, Shakespeare reveals to us reality, in contrast to the appearances in life.

인간의식개혁을 위한 문학적 관심 - Behaviorism 원리에 의거 -

박상용
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Out of many functional roles in literature, the educational function would be the foremost and essential one. Among "primitive" people, the stories told in the family life as well as in the community has. an obvious educative function; the elders try to impress on children in a palatable way their wisdom in life, the values of the tribe, its social system, and the chief dangers of its environment. It is certainly evident that literature is considered a very important part of education in the sense that the educational function should achieve two basic purposes: one is in the development of the important power of the imagination; the other is the remedial motivation, for a reformation of the national consciousness. I have been keenly interested in the latter function of literary works, the remedial function of literary works for the national consciousness of the time. This article aims to tace and analyze the moral, psychological and philosophical effects of literary works as a remedial motivation of the national consciousness from the point of view of Pavlov`s conditioned reflex in Modern Behaviorism. In other words, I conclude that if literary works could be available for a remedial motivation in the national consciousness, colorful events and dramatic scenes reflected in the literary works would offer an effective motivation for a remedy of human consciousness. With these views and standpoints in mind, I have undertaken an analysis of john Milton`s Paradise Lost in order to clarify man`s dual psychic attributes, an attribute of divinity and beastliness in man`s relation to God`s heavenly order. As a result of overviewing Paradise Lost, I have come to define that these dual attributes in man himself have resulted from man`s first disobedience in the Garden of Eden. Since Adam`s Fall on earth, man has to bear a new realm of life, that is, a realm of social reality and conflict in his social fabric of life. When we observe human plight in the society, we realize that man`s living condition in society gives rise to three facets of life scenes: a life in cosmic order (natural order), a life in social order, and a life in psychic order. Based on this assumption, I have focused my attention on the analysis to The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne at the angles of (1) man`s relevance to God in heavenly order-cosmic order, and of (2) man`s relation to human psyche-psychic order. With these standpoints in mind, I demonstrate that the tragic scenes in the somber atmosphere will be a strong impact upon the people that seems to be congruent with the influence of Pavlov`s theory, the conditioned reflex. Actually the elements of intensity involved in The Scarlet Letter comes from man`s place in relation to God and man`s psychic process intensified by dramatic irony. If sin is permanently warping, as seen in the results of the Puritanic analysis that sin plants a seed within the characters which grows into further evil. The concentration upon the central theme is reflected in the opperessive and somber atmosphere of Puritanism, for instances in the situation of the weedy grassplot in front of the prison and in the distorting reflection of Hester in a breast plate, where The Scarlet Letter assears gigantic. Greater intensity comes in part from a sustained and rigorous dramatic irony, an irony of situation. This irony arises naturally from the theme of Dimmesdale and Chillinworth, in Hawthorne`s words, to "show freely of their worst." The minister hides his sin, and Chllingworth hides his identity. This concealment affords a constant tension of toil and conflict. Psychologically speaking, these elements of intensity constitute Pavlov`s conditioned reflex for the reformation of human consciousness. For a category of social order, I have selected Benjamin Franklin`s Autobiography available for a remedial motivation of the human consciousness. That`s based on my belief that the Franklin`s Autobiography has played a great role in formul

Shaw's Balance of Forces

(Moon Sook Lee)
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The struggle between Shaw the artist and Shaw the philosopher has been a constant target of criticism among purists. Shaw often talks too much, to the result of lessening dramatic effects considerably, but then, never wholly. As a believer in the Life Force, he successfully dramatizes his philosophy in the form of a battle between the sexes, i.e., a comic presentation of a woman in pursuit of a man trying to escape her. Ann as the pursuer woman is an Everywoman, as Shaw sees women as realists who are prone to binding the idealist men with the institution of marriage.. Jack, as a philosopher, though unconvincing at times, represents man`s tendency toward intellectual ideals, even at the sacrifice of the real world. Shaw indulges in expounding his theories in the separable Act Three, with Don Juan as his spokesman. Many of Shaw`s women are given some masculine qualities, suggesting the possibility of the androgyne as a possible ideal being. These women very often have the victory, but it seems to be a plausible conclusion to see these victorious women as Shaw`s endeavour to correct our misinterpreted judgement of women being the weaker sex, rather than an aspiration toward a unisex world in the biological sense. This is a starting point to view the whole business of conflict between the sexes as symbolic of the inner conflict of Man, between ideals and realities, flesh and spirit, emotion and intellect, etc. The seemingly incongruousness and inconsistency of ideas within the play is due more to Shaw`s uncertainty about his ideas than his lack of dramatic skill. For example, he suggests the idea of a superman but fails to present a round description of him. The Wellesian New Man, a man of technology, is given some possibility, but this concept has no relation to the uniting of Ann and Jack in their pursuit of the Life Force. But throughout, one can sense the force of Shaw`s assertiveness which makes his play absorbing and his theories convincing even. after finding out various weaknesses in his argument. As Brecht points out, great courage is a necessary element in an artist of tour de force, regardless of his message, and in this regard there is no doubt that Shaw will be lasting.

Dickens 의 작품을 통해 본 인간애의 의의

이옥
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Yeats 의 Symbolism 배경 - 상징체계와의 관련 -

이진환
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Shakespeare 의 종말과 신화적 회귀성

정인덕
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영어음운론에 있어서의 기능론적 연구

김성욱
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조기영어교육의 이론적 배경과 지도의 실제

신성철
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