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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 : 58권 4호 (2014)

투사와 관찰: D. H. 로렌스와 개리 스나이더의 자연시학 비교

강용기 ( Yong Ki Kang )
5,800
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In his relevant poems, D. H. Lawrence tends to metaphorize animals and plants by projecting his counter-cultural preconception. Most wild animals, flowers and fruits represent what he calls ‘blood consciousness,’ which he asserts should be articulated with the spirit-oriented western culture. Because Lawrence reads nature on the basis of his non-anthropocentric obsession, ironically, his view of nature reduces to another essentialism. In turn, Lawrence`s essentialist world-view results in a coercive view of nature. Unlike Lawrence`s deductive nature-poetics, Gary Snyder’s sunyata-based poetics goes toward a resilient view of nature because his poetics allows the discourse of presence as well as the voice of absence. Viewed in our own contemporary environmentalism, Snyder`s view of nature is preferable to Lawrence`s preconceived view of the world. Since Snyder`s flexibility seems to invite more dialogical articulations and compromises concerning environmental issues than Lawrence`s countercultural obsession- rooted view of the universe. What we need in this time of ecological crisis is to promote pro-environmental efficiency, rather than to refine our environmental theory. Hopefully, Snyderian concept of (no) nature that is based upon observing nature will contribute to the growth of eco-friendly population.

『바다로 가는 기사들』: 사실과 상징의 조화

김인표 ( In Pyo Kim )
6,000
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Riders to the Sea was dramatized based on the experiences which J. M. Synge had firsthand in the Aran Islands. He often visited there from 1898 to 1901 and acquired the materials for his drama through observing the inhabitants of the islands and their customs. In that Synge depicted meticulously everything in detail such as the surroundings of the islands, the people he met and their customs and tradition in his play, Riders to the Sea, he is a realist and the play is very realistic. However, Riders to the Sea is also full of many symbols. The props, the characters` behavior and dialogue, and the events in the play are symbolic as well as realistic. Realistic things on stage contain deeper symbolic meanings and the play reveals a harmonious effect of realism and symbolism. Also through the harmony this play broadens our vision to the universal theme ‘acceptance of fate’ and Maurya, the protagonist, achieves the status of a tragic heroine through accepting her fate and praying her merciful prayers not only for her dead sons but also for all the people left living in the world. Maurya`s tragic awareness and her tragic vision throughout the play prove that Riders to the Sea is a true tragedy.

맬러리의『아서왕의 죽음』에 그려진 왕비, 귀네비어

김혜경 ( Hye Kyung Kim )
5,800
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Guinevere in most Arthurian romances including Malory`s work has been criticized as just a jealous and volatile lover of Sir Lancelot. However, Malory`s Guinevere is much more represented as a queen rather than a lover who just hungers for affection. As the medieval queen, she is playing an important role in Arthurian kingdom maintaining the order of the male-centered bond composed of the round-table knights. Guinevere also shows the strong and subjective spiritual power leading Lancelot and his knights to God at the end of the work.

미국 흑인문학의 패싱 서사와 넬라 라슨의 『패싱』

박미선 ( Mi Sun Park )
6,100
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Nella Larsen explores the issues of belonging from the perspective of female subjects living in liminal spaces between white and African American world. Providing a complex narrative of two female protagonists, Clare and Irene, Larsen competes the ideas of passing and politicizes Clare`s yearning for African American community in the context of the 1920s Harlem. This article reads Passing as a narrative of homecoming rather than that of racial or sexual passing, and discusses how Larsen complicates female selfhood and passing with the yearning for belonging. Locating the novel within the tradition of African American literature, this article provides a brief discussion of African American narratives of passing from the Slavery to the 1920s. Analyzing Larsen`s narrative strategy for critical reflections on the membership of liminal subjects within African American community, this article argues that Clare`s finally failed homecoming suggests the unsustainability of a community as long as the community denies its “outsiders-within” full membership.
6,200
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The objective of this paper is to analyze Parks` Imperceptible Mutabilities in the Third Kingdom, focusing on ‘incredulity toward metanarratives’ and ‘presenting the existence of something unpresentable,’ that is, ‘the sublime.’ Lyotard uses these concepts to define postmodernism and as an alternative to metanarratives, he presents ‘language games,’ which are distinctive and different discourses. Lyotard figures the language out as no eternal truth but a game that exists in relative rules. He tries to find out possible creation of new meanings in ‘paralogy,’ bad and paradoxical logic, rather than in consensus. Parks represents black history and myth in a postmodern way using photographs and slides, as well as discontinuous and fragmented languages. She also offers the possibility of multilateral interpretations of black history and myth through such absurdities as tooth extraction of a black slave woman and dismemberment of a black sergeant.

『리어왕』의 생태 비평적 읽기

양승주 ( Seung Joo Yang )
6,000
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During the storm scene, Lear in madness asks the question, “What is the cause of thunder?” Seen through an ecocritical lens, the question is about what relation there is between the moral of man and its containing universe. Examining the play`s answers to the question, this paper discusses how an anthropocentric view toward nature causes destructive results within the play. New environmental ethics which emphasizes human respect and ethical obligation for nature is suggested as a way to offset Lear`s anthropocentric attitude. As a metatheatrical element, the playwright`s aesthetic effort to overcome the binary thought between the realistic world and the fictive world is also discussed through the role-play within a role device. The example of Edgar shows that the realistic and the fictive coexist together at the same moment, crossing the border between them, which allows readers and audience to relate imagined nature shown in the play with real nature outside the play.

존 클레어의 자연 시와 야생화

오호진 ( Ho Jin Oh )
6,200
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John Clare(1793-1864) wrote many poems in his own voice as an uneducated poet, as a peasant poet, and as a dialect poet. He walked around the natural world of his parish, Helpston, to observe various named and unnamed wild flowers with his full affection. Then, he concentrated to describe their peculiarities in his poetry and prose in extraordinary detail before his asylum period. Thanks to his real experiences as a gardener, his friends, like Thomas Porter, and some pre-Linnaean botanical writings to which his friends gave him access, he acquired useful knowledge on wild flowers. With this, he described and celebrated more than 370 flowers and other plants in his writings as an affectionate amateur botanist. We can see his affection for these wild flowers in his nature poems, “Noon,” “May,” and “June”. It is true that his nature poems lack formal correctness, but they are successful in making us feel the freshness, the directness, the spontaneity of observation and feeling. Therefore, he is a good poet because he had access to true and permanent natural experiences though he used unpolished spelling, the local dialect, and uncertain grammar.

상보적 교수법이 중,고등학생의 문식성 향상에 미치는 효과

윤상돈 ( Sang Don Yoon )
6,800
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The purpose of this study is to examine the effect of reciprocal teaching method on improving the literacy of middle school and high school students in Korea. For this study, 118 students were selected as subjects. The middle school students were divided into two groups (20 students for each group) and so were the high school students (34 students for each group). Reciprocal teaching was adapted to the experimental groups while teacher guided teaching was adopted to the controlled ones. To verify the effectiveness of the present study, 4 reading ability tests and 8 writing ability tests were designed and they were administered before and after the experiment respectively. The result of the study revealed the followings: 1) Reciprocal teaching is effective for the improvement of reading ability. 2) Reciprocal teaching is also effective for the improvement of writing ability. 3) Reciprocal teaching is significantly effective for the improvement of literacy. These results offer EFL teachers insights into utilizing reciprocal teaching method for English literacy education in secondary level in Korea.

동화 속의 개성화의 과정:『빨간 망토 소녀』,『잠자는 숲속의 공주』,『헨젤과 그레텔』을 중심으로

이영순 ( Young Sun Lee ) , 오세진 ( Se Jin Oh )
6,600
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This paper aims to show aspects of Jungian individuation process in Grimms` fairy tales focusing on Little Red Riding Hood, The Sleeping Beauty, and Hansel and Gretel. In terms of Jung`s concept, characteristics of these three fairy tales are the representations of unknown psychic factors that belong to the collective unconscious: Heroines in three fairy tales depict the personifications of female ego, wolf in Little Red Riding Hood, and 13th wicked fairy in The Sleeping Beauty represent the psychic shadow aspects within; and flowers in wood, forbidden room in castle and sweet cakes on the roof are the symbols of psychic energy, libido. From the standpoint of Jungian depth psychology, these three fairy tales, describe analogies between the characters of the fairy tale and phases of individuation process: Little Red Riding Hood as an analogy of the individual problem of the integration of the shadow; The Sleeping Beauty as the metaphor of the challenges of anima and animus in collective unconscious; Hansel and Gretel` as the representation of ego separated from the negative aspect of mother archetype, which is the last phase of the individuation process.

윌리엄 에버슨의 시에 나타난 자연의 성에너지와 영

전득주 ( Deuk Ju Jeon )
6,000
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William Everson shows nature-centered spirituality to advocate nature and mutual penetration between nature and spirit. He mostly deals with the sexual energy and spirit of nature(the relationship of nature with God). When he has sexual relationship with a woman, he becomes selfless and open to every creature and finally identifies himself with it. This unity presupposes healthy sexual relationships. He thinks natural beings have healthy sexual relationships and can be a desirable model for human ego-stricken problematic sexuality. Sexual energy represents the energy web of all things and so he sees the same energy in nature like river and sea. He feels bodily and spiritual connection with sunshine by feeling the presence of God in it. Thus he advocates pantheism and later panentheism. He says that “God, the world and the Holy Spirit is one,” identifying Jesus Christ with the world and so he connects the pain and sacrifice of nature with those of Jesus Christ. Nature in the world is “a blemishless book” and shows simplicity perfectly compatible to God’s will. Nature as it is has the holiness of God. Thus Everson can feel “God awe” in two trees embracing each other which he admires as the symbol of holy love.
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