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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 : 60권 1호 (2016)

목소리와 문학: 『하우스키핑』에 나타난 혼의 목소리

김순배 ( Soon Bae Kim )
6,100
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This essay examinesand uncovers the ontological quality of voice in Marilynne Robinson``s Housekeeping. My ideas of vocal afterlife and the reversal of death are indebted to those of the critics like Stanley Cavell and Michal Grover-Friedlander. The voice of Ruth in the novel not only relives the memory of the dead but maps out the ontological relationality of different times and generations. With this theoretical principle of voice, I first try to show how the fictional voice constitutes the liminal space between inside and outside, or between interiority and exteriority. The voice haunts and wanders somewhere between the worlds of fantasy and reality, or of materiality and immateriality. Second, the voice embodies and disembodies singularity and communality around the village of Fingerbone and beyond as it fashions connected and/or disconnected relationality via recollecting and resurrecting the memories, images, and even the lives of the dead. Third, the voice configures the ontological event which is made (im)possible through its physical absence and ontic negativity. And the physical absence is paradoxically engineered by the pervasive presence of its empty formality just as the etherial form shaped after death. Thus, the voice of Ruth is the subject of singularity, the event that invokes the ontic relationality of different beings, and also the transitional or ephemeral space where they are accidently interconnected. (SungKyunKwan University)
6,000
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This paper is a comparative study of Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire and Im Hee-Jae’s A Train Which Feeds on Floral Leaves. Im Hee-Jae dramatized realistically the miseries of the Korean society in the 1950s after the Korean War. A Train Which Feeds on Floral Leaves was influenced by A Streetcar Named Desire. As Williams uses various kinds of symbols and dramatic devices such as costumes, lighting, sounds, music and repeated actions in A Streetcar Named Desire, Im Hee-Jae uses many visual as well as aural symbols in A Train Which Feeds on Floral Leaves Im Hee-Jae succeeded in dramatizing Korean people of the 1950s in a realistic way and using many symbols even though A Train Fed on Floral Leaves does not reach the level of A Streetcar Named Desire, which shows a harmony of form and content and a balance among main characters. Im-Hee-Jae should be rated as an important playwright in that he tried to deal with universal subjects as well as to make his play original under the specific context of Korean society after the Korean War. (Kongju National University)

『미스 고독』에 나타난 대중매체와 구원의 비전

박진숙 ( Jin Sook Park )
6,000
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The main aim of this paper is to study the meanings and impacts of mass media and vision on salvation in Nathanael West``s Miss Lonelyhearts. The newspaper was one of the most representative forms of media in early American mass culture, as it provided the masses with useful information and shared various opinions. I examined the process of communication and the relationship between mass media, which is represented by the newspaper, and the masses. In the process, we realize it is the newspaper``s editor, Shrike, who symbolizes the mechanism of mass media or the culture industry, that exerts an influence on the correspondents or the masses, rather than the advice columnist, Miss Lonelyhearts. I also discussed Miss Lonelyhearts’s various responses or interpretations on suffering in reality, such as jokes, violence, sadistic compulsions and perverse sexuality, and how Miss Lonelyhearts’ Christ complex is a parody on religion. In the last scene, the absurd death of Miss Lonelyhearts paradoxically implies the ironic reality, or an illusion of his religious salvation for people who are suffering. (Namseoul University)

『실베스터와 요술 조약돌』: 그림책을 통해본 아동의 상상적 분리불안과 해소방안

박희 ( Hee Park ) , 이영준 ( Young Zun Lee )
6,000
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In this thesis, I will examine the psychological significance of children’s separation anxiety. The separation anxiety often breaks out as emotional reactions of the psyche during their developmental process. This is a kind of instinctive eruptions emotionally called out by these imminent worries and terrors as children suddenly face in their imaginative minds when they are separated from their parents or expecting it. In Sylvester and the Magic Pebble, Sylvester, a young donkey goes out alone to the field, and turns to a rock by the magic force of a red pebble, thus, being separated from his parents. This experience makes him feel enormous misery, pain and even terror afflicted by the separation anxiety. However, this is not the genuine, real experience, but the imaginary one; he imagines this dreadful situation by himself. In the end, Sylvester’s imaginary separation anxiety is reduced and overcome through his parent love and affection for him. This picturebook gives insights to the emotional evolvements of the imaginary separation anxiety and to the solution of it. (Hannam University)

욕망의 주체되기: 『뜨겁고 고동치는』에 나타난 여성적 글쓰기

신지숙 ( Ji Sook Shin )
6,100
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This paper examines the ways in which feminine writing serves as a strategy for representing a subject of desire in Paula Vogel’s Hot ’N’ Throbbing. Vogel demonstrates how patriarchal discourses have oppressed and exploited femininity and makes the audience confront masculine violence on the stage, thus providing the audience with a chance to examine an alternative way of perceiving the discourses. She also dramatizes how a woman can resist patriarchal discourses and disturb the discursive order through mimetic writing, which, according to Luce Irigaray, is a means of entering and occupying the discursive field. In writing erotica for women, Charlene pursues subjective sexuality in which women have control over speaking and writing. In Helene Cixous’s sense, Charlene’s writing can be a mechanism through which women reclaim their sexuality that has been oppressed and distorted by masculine discourses. By letting her daughter go on to complete Charlene’s script, Vogel shows feminine writing will continue in a more hopeful way and open up the possibility of lasting “feminine becoming.” In Vogel’s play, feminine writing provides a generative potential that empowers women to be true subjects of desire, enabling women’s own becoming with the power of open, fluid, and dynamic femininity. (Yeungnam University)

It-분열문의 분열절, 관계절인가?

안승신 ( Seung Shin Ahn )
7,000
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The purpose of this paper is to support the argument that the cleft clause of it-clefts appears in an extraposed position adjoined to VP(Hedberg 2000, Den Dikken 2006, Reeve 2012). In this paper I provide additional evidence that their view offers a powerful tool to analyze the properties of it-clefts. I do so by examining many examples extracted from previous studies of discourse andsyntactic/semantic analyses. Reeve(2012) introduces a new functional category Eq only for specificational sentences - a category which appears in the extended verbal projection. However, the syntactic benefit of using Eq is not substantial. The specificational property of it-clefts can be understood directly by the property (not individual) denoting subject it itself and the clefted XP. For this reason, I instead use the category vP whose function has been widely attested. I show that the Complement Principle of Culicover & Rochemont(1990) can appropriately identify the cleft clause. (Korea National Open University)

영어 학습동기 측면의 남녀 차이 -초,중학생을 중심으로-

양용준 ( Yong Joon Yang )
5,800
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The purpose of this study is to survey and analyze the differences between boys and girls’ English Learning Motivation clearly. Boys’ English Learning Motivation is much higher than girls’ English Learning Motivation. There are a variety of ways to provoke English Learning Motivation. For example, they are interests, abilities, talents, aptitudes, environmental issues, and teachers’ teaching methods etc. In Elementary School, English Learning Motivation is not appeared between boys and girls. However, it appeared between boys and girls in Middle & High School students. English Learning Motivation is related to students’ interests. The interests of boys are different from the interests of girls. The best way to trigger English Learning Motivation depends on how students put their mind to study English hard themselves. In conclusion, the triggers of English Learning Motivation are various but the most important thing is to study English hard. (Jeju National University)

들뢰즈로 읽는 실비아 플라스 시

유정화 ( Jeong Hwa Yoo )
5,900
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Many different critics have analyzed Plath’s poems as a struggle of woman against man-centered patriarchal system, limiting her poetry within the segment of male/female hierarchical dualism regardless of success or failure of the struggle. This paper purposes to read Plath’s poems according to three lines (the molar line,the molecular line, the line of flight) with which Deleuze comprehends and analyzes patterns of life. The molar line makes rigid segments, which involve states, institution, classes, society, fixed relationship and etc. The molecular line creates cracks and oscillation in the rigid segments (or rigid territory), making them unstable. The line of flight explodes these two lines and makes a totally new creative movement. In Plath’s poems, patriarchal system proves to be rigid segments and anxiety about or rejection to anything rigid and fixed, cracks and oscillation. Suicide proves to be the line of flight, rejecting to be captured in hierarchical dualism of male/female of patriarchy. In terms of these three lines, Plath’s poems have broken through and gotten out of the black holes of the rigid segment by suicide, achieving an absolute deterritorialization. With suicide as the line of flight, Plath’s poetry has been given a new dimension of meaning which goes beyond patriarchal dualism. (Mokwon University)
6,000
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The Crucible probes into the totalitarian violence of the Salem society in which the subversion against the unity of the theodicy is thoroughly repressed by the apparition of witch-hunting. This theodicy claims force as God-given righteousness and social justice by which all the ruptures in discourse are mended and recuperated. Thus Miller holds the mirror up to the contemporary society in which otherness is always threatened to be absorbed, transformed, and homogenized into oneness. Miller’s concern about the imperialism of the ego and the forgetfulness of ethical relationship with the other in modern society brings to light Levinas’s philosophy as a methodology to approach this play, for Miller and Levinas pursued in their own fields ethics of the other as the quintessence of humanism. Both Miller’s criticism against the witch-hunting as the violence of the same and his positive description of Proctor’s assumption of the responsibility for the other running the risk of death can arguably be more clearly interpreted in terms of the concepts of Levinasian philosophy: the apparition of the same, the imperialism of the ego, and the metaphysics of the face, and the responsibility for the other. (Yeungnam University)

들뢰즈의 사유로 본 핸더슨의 변용

이수진 ( Soo Jin Lee )
6,200
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The purpose of this paper is to examine Henderson’s metamorphosis in the notion of G. Deleuze. Henderson, who is the protagonist in Bellow’s Henderson the Rain King, is alienated from his society and family. He finds only chaos in his life. So, he tries to find a new life not in the civilized society but in the primal place; he leaves his family and goes to Africa. Through the various experiences in Africa, Henderson realizes what made him painful and returns to his home, America. To examine the process of his metamorphosis, the notions of Deleuzian ‘rhizome’ and ‘body without organ’ are used. Deleuze emphasizes the rhizomic process of deterritorialization, which deconstructs the molar organization that codifies rules and systems. Deleuzian notion of body without organ is also important in explaining Henderson’s metamorphosis. Henderson confronts with many events and tries to overcome his own problems, being a ‘body without organ.’ Finally he has been transformed into a nomad who loves people and society through the rhizomic process. Therefore, Deleuze’s notions are very useful to describe how a man can be changed from his mental disorder and alienation. (Jeonju University)
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