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1“피네간의 앨리스” 혹은 “앨리스의 경야”: 루이스 캐롤을 통하여 읽는 『피네간의 경야』

저자 : 김경숙 ( Kyoungsook Kim )

발행기관 : 한국제임스조이스학회 간행물 : 제임스조이스 저널 27권 1호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 5-24 (20 pages)

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This essay aims at exploring the traces of influence that Lewis Carroll must have shed on James Joyce, focusing on intertextuality between Finnegans Wake and Through the Lookingglass and What Alice Found there. ALP (Anna Livia Plurabelle) reminds readers of Alice Pleasance Liddell, the muse of Carroll. The sibling rival between Shem and Shaun resembles the twins Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum. Above all, “Jabberwocky,” a full-blown wordplay poem of portmanteau, anticipates Joyce's language experimentation in the Wake. In this way, there exists a cascade of textual evidence to refer to both Alice in Wonderland and Through the Lookingglass and What Alice Found There in reinterpreting Joyce's Finnegans Wake. Through language experimentation within the frame of dream and fantasy, both Joyce and Carroll reconfigurate the fixed reality of Irish colonial and Victorian prudish society, respectively.

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2제임스 조이스의 『율리시스』에서 블룸의 피학적 상처와 정화적 치유

저자 : 박은숙 ( Eunsook Park )

발행기관 : 한국제임스조이스학회 간행물 : 제임스조이스 저널 27권 1호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 25-54 (30 pages)

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This article aims to understand Leopold Bloom's masochistic tendency as a way to the purgative recovery from the domestic catastrophe and social alienation in Ulysses (1922). Masochism which was derived from an eponymous Austrian author Leopold von Saher-Masoch. This term refers to a peculiar practice in seeking of physical pain or humiliation. Bloom's self-affliction culminates with his connivance at his wife's adultery plan. This masochistic plot is recurrent throughout a day, namely Bloom's day. Meantime, in reality, Bloom is desperate to stay in equanimity despite the catastrophic event at home. However his desperation, to be strange, evokes indefinable empathy and sympathy. Given that most people abhors the unusual preference, it's strange enough. This paper sees that Bloom's Catharsis-purgative recovery from the pending anxieties is pivotal in this emotional sharing, albeit how weird he looks. Additionally, the literal meaning of adulteration, being impured, enhances the analogical relationship between two themes: adulteration and purification. That is, Bloom's psychological trauma is a self-begotten misery; but it functions as a purgative device to relieve that autochthonic injury in turn.

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3회절과 얽힘의 텔레커뮤니케이션: 버지니아 울프의 『막간』

저자 : 박신현 ( Shinhyun Park )

발행기관 : 한국제임스조이스학회 간행물 : 제임스조이스 저널 27권 1호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 55-92 (38 pages)

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Drawing on Karen Barad's notions of diffraction and entanglement, this paper aims to explore how the characters in Virginia Woolf's Between the Acts (1941) communicate information and live a daily life in diffractive ways, making the real world come into being through relationality, which is consonant with Barad's suggestion that we should shift our thinking from reflection and mimetic representation to a diffractive methodology. As the Victorian had already created the telegraph as global communications network deemed the Victorian Internet, Between the Acts describes the world in which many telecommunication technologies including telephone and radio as well as telegraph allow people to actively communicate with each other, though spatially separated. In particular, this novel focuses on the dynamic process of transmitting information and the complexity of communicating via medium. Woolf displays how diffractively and contingently the meaning is produced by the active interplay of various agents including human and nonhuman, Nature and machines, and matter and discourse, while a message sent by a transmitter is transferring to a receiver. Woolf, aware that technological apparatuses are not neutral but ideological, emphasizes the responsibility and ethics of the operator who uses the media. All beings such as idiot, wind, animal, tree, and gramophone in this novel, constantly interfere and participate in creating the meaning in diffractive ways, which implies that every meeting matters and a new democratic community emerges, resisting to fascism.

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4Double Agency and the Irish Big House in Elizabeth Bowen's The Heart of the Day

저자 : Omer Kazmi

발행기관 : 한국제임스조이스학회 간행물 : 제임스조이스 저널 27권 1호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 93-124 (32 pages)

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This article explores how identity becomes fractured during the Second World War through an in-depth analysis of Elizabeth Bowen's The Heat of the Day (1948). The article argues that the novel is both a spy novel and an Irish Big House novel; the elements of the Big House novel bring into relief the split identity that occurs to members of the Ascendancy, who have loyalties to both Ireland and England. During the Blitz attacks that occurred in London, Londoners become double agents as they tried to navigate a familiar world that became unfamiliar because of the destruction that surrounded them. This double agency occurs on the level of the individual but transcends that to the national, as England must navigate its relationship with a formerly colonized but now neutral Ireland. Thus, the personal and political becomes interwoven in inextricable ways, and Bowen's novel suggests this is how identity must work for an individual to survive.

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5Ulysses-Machine: Posthuman Joyce and the Ethics of Production

저자 : Sunggyung Jo

발행기관 : 한국제임스조이스학회 간행물 : 제임스조이스 저널 27권 1호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 125-147 (23 pages)

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There have been increasing interests in techno-poetics and posthuman aesthetics in recent literary studies. This work harnesses this critical energy and re-reads Ulysses as a work that embodies this posthuman ethos and explores its affiliation with technology and mechanical movements of language. This essay attempts to articulate Ulysses's machine-like qualities using Deleuze and Guattari's Anti-Oedipus as a theoretical framework. Just like Deleuze and Guattari's desiring-machine, Ulysses is a mechanical body with a peculiar awareness of the possibilities of language in duplicating, reproducing, and even transforming and redistributing the real. Ulysses-machine keeps deferring the moment when one voice, one language, or one perspective becomes a dominant agency. Ulysses-machine also enables new connections between bodies (biological, mechanical, and textual) through its mechanical production and indifferent productions and juxtapositions of multiple perspectives. In so doing, Joyce's language and characters embody the posthuman ethics of becoming machine-like.

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6'Khaki Hamlets' and 'The Absent Minded Beggar': The Boer War in Joyce's Ulysses

저자 : Kiheon Nam

발행기관 : 한국제임스조이스학회 간행물 : 제임스조이스 저널 27권 1호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 149-175 (27 pages)

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Joycean critics and scholars have paid little attention to the references to the Boer War, especially in “Penelope,” the most feminine chapter in Ulysses. The historical setting of Ulysses fixed on June 16, 1904 makes it almost impossible to directly deal with the Great War, so this anachronistic positioning is Joyce's tactical approach to the problematic operations of war ideology in general. Joyce's references to Boer War-related events and characters scattered throughout Ulysses show the ways in which Joyce criticizes the operations of war ideologies in the cultural strata, exemplified in Kipling's poem, 'The Absentminded Beggar,' and its endorsement of British imperialism.
In “Penelope,” Molly compains that she was teased by pro-British people for three reasons: her father participated in the Boer War, she wore a brooch for Lord Roberts, the British hero of the victory over the Boers, and she sang a song, “The Absentminded beggar,” based on Kipling's patriotic poem. In thise sense, Molly could be regarded as pro-British, but she also scorns Bloom's talks about politics, by showing indifference to such Irish famous politicians as Arthur Griffith. So it is difficult to categorize Molly either antinationalist or supporter for British imperialism, since she exists outside the world of androcentric values.

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