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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 : 55권 3호 (2011)

연상적 조응에 관한 제약 연구

김창익 ( Chang Ik Kim )
6,100
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All definite NPs carry a presupposition of existential uniqueness. Thus we can access an entity which is presented as the only one of the type expressed by the N of the definite NP. In the case of associative definites which introduce a new entity, this entity must be easily accessible through NP1. Prototypical whole-part relations are a case in point where such accessibility exists between the entities denoted by NP1 and NP2. The fact that a definite associative NP2 must be supported by an accessibility relation explains why the use of a definite associative NP2 come across as strange and awkward. The last part of this paper is devoted to a discussion needed in proposing two new constraints of my own, which are bearing on associative definite NPs. It is argued that nouns referring to abstract properties and nouns denoting body parts of animate entities should be constrained as candidates for associative definite NPs. (Hoseo University)

『로드 짐』의 파트나 호 사건에 나타난 자아이상과 욕망

김태숙 ( Tae Sook Kim )
6,600
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This paper aims to examine the aspects of ego-ideal and desire in the Patna Incident of Lord Jim in terms of Lacan`s theory of Ego and desire. According to his theory, the desire of subject is essentially the desire of "the Big Other." In Lord Jim, Jim`s ego-ideal shows that his desire is to become a hero who devotes himself to the duty that society demands him. He tries to do his duty as a sailor only to fail, and meets the symbolic death by being outcasted from the community of merchant seamen. Marlow, another main character of the novel, represents the moral value of English society. He tries to accept and defend Jim as "one of us" based on his moral value, but he reveals the lack of "the Big Other," that is, the limit of the ideal and value that his society seeks. This fact is hinted by the death of Brierly, a perfect model seaman for Jim`s ego-ideal. He kills himself by jumping overboard at sea a week after the end of inquiry, because of his lost ideal. Considering all these things, we can conclude that there is no subject who can be free from the desire and violence of "the Big Other." This is one of the messages that Conrad wants to say through the Patna Incident of Lord Jim. (Dankook University)

The Compleat Works of WLLM SHKSPR : 셰익스피어에 대한 도전극

박찬조 ( Chan Jo Park )
6,300
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This study aims to explore Shakespeare`s affirmative qualities. The Compleat Works of WLLM SHKSPR is a challenging play favoring Shakespeare. In order to do this, I focus this study on the striking and variant trials to induce the contemporary views of fixed ideas about Shakespeare`s works. This study does not insist that Shakespeare`s plays are old and dogmatic, also it will help reconsiderations of Shakespeare`s timeless thematic variety. There are some reasonable critical views found in The Compleat Works of WLLM SHKSPR. We can see the post-modernistic elements such as ``deconstruction``, ``the end of the grand narrative``, ``the death of the dominant ideology``, ``sardonic hommage`` and ``inter-play & body performance``. The Compleat Works of WLLM SHKSPR can be interpreted as a trial with the hope to change and subvert the current established order of Shakespeare. Although there are some negative views, it is true that The Compleat Works of WLLM SHKSPR reinterprets Shakespeare and approaches the public and presents them with comic relief. (Kongju National University)

「삼일 간의 폭풍」: 마조리에의 닉과 헤어짐의 의미

심상욱 ( Sang Wook Shim )
5,600
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This paper is to examine the meaning of parting Marjorie from Nick in "The Three-Day Blow". It was a story about separation of Marjorie against Nick, but critics understand it as a story of Nick`s initiation. We can see Marjorie Bump, an Indian girl as Nick`s lover, in the work. and she determined parting from Nick by herself and went to Italy. In the process of all she determined parting from Nick without a talking with him. Here we can know Marjorie`s appearance of transformation differently after the earlier Indian woman in his stories. So we can understand that ``blow`` in "The Three-Day Blow" means an event, a situation, into a particular extreme state like Marjorie`s attitude toward Nick. (Jeonju Univerity)

로버트 프로스트의 두눈보기

우상균 ( Sang Gyun Woo )
6,600
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Robert Frost`s poetry is generally considered to be Metaphysical, and therefore Modernistic, in that it is characterized by the harmony and balance of antitheses. However, his poetry has been taken as anti-romantic. Here we have two incompatible assessments of it in terms of antitheses: one emphasizing harmony and balance, and the other, opposition and conflict. The purpose of this study is to make it clear that Frost`s poetry is generally based on dualism, and that his antitheses cooperate and are in harmony with each other, as "two eyes make one in sight," for the expression of a unified view of the world. Frost was a self-professed dualist, and dualism provides the whole basis of his philosophical view of reality. The dualistic binocularity is the basis of Frost`s poetics, and the group of poems with the motifs of "choice" and "return," which includes some of his most famous poems, shows it especially clearly. (Kongju National University)
6,100
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Andersen`s "The Ice Maiden" is a story of young man Rudy. In this tragic story, he is killed just before his great love is achieved; Rudy has suffered in conflicts against the social world. It ends without a tragic vision, not promising any hope for the future. Andersen made the good use of the mythic traditions of the Northen Europe for the tale through which the mysterious and inhuman cruelty of life is exposed. With ideas of Nietzsche and Lacan, I will examine the tragic conflict and cruelty of fundamental life, that is, to explore what has made Rudy`s life frustrated psychologically and socially. For the purpose, the dynamic relations between the Dionysian Mystery and the Real, the Dionysian cruelty and the Imaginary, and the Dionysian hero and the Symbolic will be scrutinized. This is to unveil our tragic life in the imprisonment by the walls made of language and sign. (Hannam University)

영어의 초분절 현상과 효과적 발음지도에 관한 연구

이혜경 ( Hae Kyoung Lee )
6,100
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The primary objective of this paper is to review the general characteristics of English rhythm on the basis of the prosodic structure and theories of English rhythm proposed in the metrical phonology. In order to attain part of this objective, we start with the introduction to prosodic structure proposed by Nespor & Vogel(1986) and deals with how th suprasegmental units such as syllable and foot can be related to the problems of English rhythm. The syllable-based approach to the English rhythm shows that the relationship of the length between the nucleus and the coda can plausibly be accounted for in terms of the hierarchical structure of English syllable. In addition, the next higher prosodic unit, foot is proven to play an important role in keeping the original rhythm of a given word. On the basis of what has been examined and discussed in the preceeding parts, I want to attempt to apply some concepts of content words and function words, sentence stress, and length and rhythm to the education of spoken English. (Gongju National University of Education)

『주홍글자』에 나타난 죄의 심리적 연구

최대해 ( Dae Hae Choi )
6,100
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The objective of this paper is to analyze a psychological study on the sin in Nathaniel Hawthorne`s The Scarlet Letter. Nathaniel Hawthorne succeeds in analyzing the sense of guilt in the human mind though his puritan religion and sense of sin. He sets three characters on the stage and is interested in religious sin. Hawthorne`s main material is the psychology of guilt and the sin of the Calvinistic life in New England. and pray for those who mistreat you. Three distinct kinds of religious sin can be isolated in The Scarlet Letter. Hester Prynne commits the sin of adultery with minister Dimmesdale, and she repents her sins. She is forced to wear an ``A`` on her breast as a sign of an adulteress. She heartily tries to overcome her sufferings. Finally, she has changed the meaning of adultery into that of an angel. Dimmesdale didn`t confess himself as guilty. His moral cowardice results in his sufferings. Eventually, he confesses his sin on the scaffold and dies. Hawthorne regards Roger Chillingworth as the embodiment of malice Chillingworth transformed himself into a devil and an ``Unpardonable sinner``. Finally, he can also receive salvation by repentance. In conclusion, Hawthorne, in The Scarlet Letter illustrates that people are forced to take their right step because they have orignal sin. (Daeshin University)

『맥베스』에 대한 기독교적 해석

홍기영 ( Ki Young Hong )
5,800
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This paper attempts to interpret Macbeth in view of the Christian spirit. Instigated by the witches and spurred by Lady Macbeth, Macbeth killed Duncan to achieve his ambition. The course of Macbeth`s ambition and sin can be compared to the words of the Bible "Then when lust hath conceived, it bringeth forth sin: and sin, when it is finished, bringeth forth death."(James 1:15). Lady Macbeth was tortured by sleepwalking which made her kill herself. She most needs the true repentance and God`s forgiveness and grace. Macbeth and Lady Macbeth are most miserable because they did not repent. Macduff defeated Macbeth`s army and killed Macbeth who was disillusioned from the witches` prophesies. By the victory of Macduff, Malcolm can recover the crown of Scotland. Malcolm as a king avows that he will control the country well which is recovered from the disorder. To Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, death is shown as a result of sin. To Macduff and Malcolm, the new order and God`s grace are realized. (Hannam University)

Civil War and Walt Whitman`s Poetic Vision

( Sook Kyong Hyun )
5,200
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Ever since the first publication of Leaves of Grass in 1855, Whitman has experienced tremendous growth in his poetic vision. However, most importantly, it is the Civil War that brings him closer to achieving his vision as the all-encompassing poet of America. Before the war, Whitman was too provocative, self-confident, and inexperienced to be considered the representative poet of the nation. However, as he confronts the horrendous sights of the war and helping the dying and wounded soldiers at the hospitals, he begins to abandon his former voice, which was rooted in naive optimism, and develops a new voice developed through pain and suffering. As aptly illustrated in Drum-Taps, a collection of war poems included in Leaves of Grass, Whitman undergoes growth from an ideal romanticist and patriot who sings of the glory of the war to a comforter, a healer, a dresser of the amputated nation as well as the wounded soldiers. It is through the Civil War that he has finally lived up to the self-appointed name of the American bard. (Korea Baptist Theological University/Seminary)
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