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Studies in Modern British and American Poetry

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저자 : 송윤 ( Yoon Song )

발행기관 : 한국현대영미시학회 간행물 : 현대영미시연구 28권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 1-29 (29 pages)

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This paper explores specific symbols and their meanings in H.D.'s early poetry and evaluate how she re-interprets or re-creates them in a subverted view of a woman. Consequently, I try to prove that the poet gropes for a new women's writing, that is, a feminine writing against male modernists in the new age of Modernism. For the analysis of subverted symbols, this paper delves into the poems of flower such as “Sea Rose,” “Sea Lily”, “Sea Poppies,” “Sea Violet” and “Sea Iris,” etc. and argues that each peculiar symbol is different from the one traditionally established by the male writers. and therefore can be interpreted as the poetic device to highlight the experience of women at her age, at the same time telling slantly the poet's personal experience. H.D. translates it in her own way of perceiving the world according to the angle of a female artist. I conclude that the poet's trial of subverting the conventional symbol system dominated by the male writers to find the form of new women's writing makes us place her as a distinctive, nonconformist figure in the mainstream modernist poetry.

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저자 : 최문수 ( Moonsoo Choi )

발행기관 : 한국현대영미시학회 간행물 : 현대영미시연구 28권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 31-49 (19 pages)

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For Williams, poetry needs to be real and to avoid the form of a story that represents and thus conceals reality. For poetry to be real, he asserts, its words must be liberated by getting tuned exactly to a fact, a particular reality, and thereby assume the reality of the fact. A fact is the pulse wave arisen among particular objects, which is a local aspect of the universal process of the energy transfer of nature. A poet therefore perceives and experiences the fact by participating in the process of nature through sympathy with those objects.
Words can be tuned exactly to a fact by being organized into a design instead of a story and a traditional metrical form. Being a flexible structure of details and measures, a design is the replacement of both the strict forms. Words then work as words themselves free and dynamized, and with the reality given by the fact, dynamically move in rhythm with its wave and engender meaning in accordance with it. The liberation of words leads to that of facts and that of humans as well. Freed words reveal facts concealed by stories, enabling humans to directly contact them.

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저자 : 최태숙 ( Taesook Choi )

발행기관 : 한국현대영미시학회 간행물 : 현대영미시연구 28권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 51-72 (22 pages)

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This paper explores Margaret Atwood's interest in boundaries or duality that challenges binary forces in existing social realities. While using polar opposites that express duality, Atwood often invites blurring boundaries between them. In her poetry particularly boundaries and borders are represented in fluid and provisional imagery that transcends rigid boundaries, opening up a passage to renewal. Being located in such a borderline setting, space, self, language and death enable new possibilities for existence. It is this temporary positionality that allows for possible changes in both sides. Atwood's interrogation of postionality can be considered within the context of Julia Kristeva's notion of the semiotic that reconstitutes the symbolic. Kristeva argues that the abject or poetic language is a precondition of the symbolic, yet it is only through the presence of the symbolic that its heterogeneous, subversive forces begin to become evident. This model is comparable to Atwood's definition of a poet's role, which challenges binary oppositions by negotiating the gap while inscribing duality.

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저자 : Yangsook Lee

발행기관 : 한국현대영미시학회 간행물 : 현대영미시연구 28권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 73-97 (25 pages)

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The paper aims to find data on potentialities for Humanities Therapy. It examined the letters and poems of Emily Dickinson, an American poet of the nineteenth century, to study Loss and Mourning in her death poems. Dickinson grew up near the cemetery, where she frequently saw the funeral procession. She also earned the nickname “Master of Death Poetry” for her many poems that depicted the landscape of death. Dickinson, who was sensitive and frail, spent her life away from social relationships. Dickinson witnessed the deaths of his family and acquaintances several times in such a setting. When Dickinson was severely limited in her social activities, she mourned the pain of loss primarily by writing letters or poems. As in the case of 'Anna O' in Freud and Breuer's clinical cases, expressing emotions as they are can be considered a form of “talking cure.” Dickinson's poetry self-therapy experiences through poetry contributed to positively sublimating meaning in life. Based on this, Dickinson's letters and poems are considered suitable materials for Loss and Mourning counseling in humanities therapy.

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저자 : Hyonbin Choi

발행기관 : 한국현대영미시학회 간행물 : 현대영미시연구 28권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 99-124 (26 pages)

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H.D.'s Trilogy has long been studied along the waves of feminism, and many readings of Trilogy lean toward an androgynous or feminist reading. The speaker's quest through The Walls Do Not Fall, Tribute to the Angels, to the final The Flowering of the Rod have been read as the speaker's movement from the masculine to the feminine, celebrating either the androgynous or the feminine. The Walls Do Not Fall is mostly associated with the masculine, while Tribute to the Angels and The Flowering of the Rod are considered to move away from these phallocentric myths and attempt a feminist re-telling of these myths, culminating in the birth of a feminine self and tradition.
While I do not intend to counter a feminist reading of the text, here I suggest a different direction of reading the feminine quest toward resurrection in Trilogy. H.D. does not simply attempt to replace the phallocentric tradition with a feminine one, but envisions a transcendental realm of consciousness where the masculine and the feminine are able to re-member and re-vision each other. The first part of this paper examines H.D.'s notions of consciousness outlined in Notes on Thought and Vision in order to fully interpret the speaker's awakening through the process of “worm-cycle” in The Walls Do Not Fall. This realm of consciousness is not necessarily masculine or feminine, showing how H.D. moves away from dualistic categories of thought. Next, the indecipherable feminine in Tribute to the Angels will be explored in contrast to the scribes of phallocentric tradition. The final part of the paper traces the twice-told encounter between Kaspar and Mary in The Flowering of the Rod, delineating how the masculine and the feminine re-member and re-vision each other in the realm of over-conscious mind, bringing forth transcendental resurrection.

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