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D. H. 로렌스 연구
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저자 : 우정민 ( Jung Min Woo )

발행기관 : 한국로렌스학회 간행물 : D. H. 로렌스 연구 30권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 1-35 (35 pages)

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This essay intends to re-read D. H. Lawrence's 1913 novel Sons and Lovers as an anti-Bildung narrative of an abject. The abject, according to Julia Kristeva, lies (or abandoned) in a place where the distinction between subject and object, or self and other, is lost, and arises to be purified by embracing the attraction and repulsion toward the unnamed desire and passion embedded in the course of abjection. In fact, this novel has been generally known as one of the greatest Bildungsroman written by a young genius that explores the problematic psychological dynamic between mother (the other) and son (self). However, what I claim as anti-Bildung aspects of the novel do not so much oppose the general meaning of growth and development as violently, painfully, and artistically transcend it. In particular, the final version of the author's manuscript (eventually published in 1992) reveals such anti-Bildung features in both content and form. In this paper, I would argue that this autobiographical Bildungsroman is a modern tragedy of the abject whose Bildung undergoes deconstruction by embracing the death of the old ego and giving up the lineal distinction of self vs. other, and finally realizes the meaning of being truly alive in life and art.

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저자 : 윤영필 ( Young-phil Yoon )

발행기관 : 한국로렌스학회 간행물 : D. H. 로렌스 연구 30권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 37-55 (19 pages)

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In the midst of overflowing discourses on the body, this paper aims to compare Lawrence's thinking of the body with that of Jean-Luc Nancy and gain a new understanding of the nature of the body. Pointing out that the body is not an object of knowledge, but an experience in itself, both of them emphasize that the body is open to itself and to other bodies. For Nancy, the body, an open space where existence takes place, is not a substance. It always comes to its presence; it is an aperture, a self in departure, repeating its movements of arriving and withdrawing. Also a body cannot exist alone; it co-exists; it is exposed to other bodies, always already in touch with them. Lawrence, with his relational thinking and his firm belief in the ever-flowing, living present of being, shares these ideas and explores how man can achieve a harmonious relationship with his circumambient universe, avoiding the disastrous damages brought about by the death of the body in the modern society. There is, however, an unbridgeable gap between their thoughts. While Lawrence lays stress on the integrity of embodied self, Nancy argues that the body, constituted by fragmentation of parts and division of senses, is never completely whole nor proper. This discord reminds us of the elusiveness of the body that demands continual efforts to keep our thinking in contact with it.

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저자 : 한기욱 ( Ki Wook Han )

발행기관 : 한국로렌스학회 간행물 : D. H. 로렌스 연구 30권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 57-85 (29 pages)

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This paper attempts to examine D. H. Lawrence's thoughts on freedom, which are closely interconnected with his signature ideas such as 'the spirit of place', 'escaped slaves', and two versions of democracy--i.e. a true or false democracy. The term 'escaped slaves' was critically used by Lawrence mainly towards the White people settled in America, but it used to indicate in reality those Black people who escaped from slavery in the South. When applied to an 'actual' escaped slave, the term can be objectively descriptive, having not necessarily negative meaning only. Nevertheless Black people are not either exempt from the critical point embedded in Lawrence's usage of the term, since just freeing oneself from the bondage in that institutional sense does not amount to true freedom, which involves the task of overcoming not only slavery but also systemic racialism. I will explore Melville's Benito Cereno and Toni Morrison's Beloved in terms of the Lawrentian concept of 'escaped slaves' together with the discourse of systemic racism. The critical point will be focused on how the main characters in each work can make or hinder the way towards true freedom and overcoming systemic racism.

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