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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 : 24권 0호 (1983)

Emerson 과 Hemingway 의 자연관에 대한 비교연구

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The star of Ralph Waldo Emerson`s influence on American literature can never be extinguished. His Transcendentalism was a revolt against Legalism and Antinomianism of that time. It was not an anti-religious movement, but a serious one of young religious a`ntagonists who had coped with the vile authority of religion which suppressed the self of man. Therefore, it can be said that his Transcendentalism arose from the Calvinistic tradition of America. In Emerson`s life time so many people were spiritually wandering hopelessly in a state of irreligion. Emerson, who cried "The sun shines today also.", showed them the way to discover God around themselves, insisting that God exists and rules not only in the past, but even in the present. To Emerson who perceives in nature the teachings of God, God is revealed not through great miracles, but through nature. Just as Henry David Thoreau, who put Emerson`s Transcendentalism into action, gave his reason for giong into the nature of Walden Pond, saying "I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately to front only the essential facts of life.", Emerson`s heroes are those who constantly seek truth in nature with their intuition through which they can transcend all the physical aspects in this world. Ernest Hemingway also makes his heroes reveal their anti-religious beliefs through cries as "I`m not in His Kingdom.", or "I`m not religious." But we can see that they are rebels against the conventional religion that clings to Legalism. His heroes are saints who are in a state of mystical union of the soul with God in nature. They are affirmative men of the undefeated soul, who definitely acknowledge their existence in nature and transcend even death by seeking tenaciously only for truth in the world without being stained with worldly. In this way, through his heroes, Hemingway shows us the way that man can attain to the state of God. Thus, the heroes of Emerson and Hemingway are never the religious men of Legalism. To them, nature represents the appearance of God, or in other words, Soul, Reality, Self, Beauty and Truth. Their heroes reminds us of the first anti-authoritarian colonists who immigrated to the nature of the New World of America overspread with primeval woods in search for religious freedom and genuine belief in God. Here they could escape from the false and deceptive religious traditions and conventions of the Old World of Europe which suppressed the self of man. We can say, in short, that the view of nature of Emerson and Hemingway insists that man can attain to the state of mystical union of the soul with God in nature, and expresses the anti-authoritarianism in American literature in its endless search for personal freedom and human integrity since the coming of the first immigrants to America.

A Study of the Utopian Vision in D . H . Lawrence's Women in Love

(Chang Do Park)
5,300
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Richard III , Shylock and Iago - 그들의 비극성에 대한 소론 -

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The question of malignity in Shakespearean villains has been rather hotly discussed among critics. Some have tried to prove the villains` motives by ransacking texual evidence, while others have objected that their evidence is not enough to explain the villains` cruelties. The various suggestions to explain villainy resulted from the gap between villains` enormous atrocities and insufficient motive. The malignity of villains should be explained with regard to their environments. Their particular situations are the basic ground upon which their villainy is established. They tend not to try to adapt themselves to their environment but to try to use everything for the benefit of their egocenticism. Why villains behave so malignantly is like why Hamlet delays so repeatedly. Villains` psychological defects, symbolized by physical deformity in Richard Ⅲ, are burdens of their destiny. In Iago, psychosis is more intensified than in any other Shakespeare`s villain. The primary motive of his behaviour is envy. This envy is reinforced by sexual jealousy, which is invented by himself. But suspicion itself, through his psychological defects, is enough for Iago to move to the act of revenge. Shakespeare`s villains are not devils, nor symbols of evil, but only human beings. They are products of contemporary society, which scatters and isolates its members. When they are refused the opportunity to vent their energy, their power turns to their victims in the forms of villainy. Shakespeare`s villains are another types of man created by his view of contemporary society.

William Carlos Williams 의 시 구조론

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현대영시의 음악성

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A Nature of the Novel : Pursuit of the Novelty

(Sheon Joo Chin)
4,500
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The Sound and the Fury 의 방법

채규태
5,600
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" Gerontion " : I Have Lost My Passion

(Young Min Hyun)
5,300
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On Head Mouns of Noun Phrase Complements

(Dong Byawk Kwak)
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관계절에 대한 의미론적 분석

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5,200
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