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Journal of English Studies in Korea

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저자 : 성은애 ( Eunai Sung )

발행기관 : 영미문학연구회 간행물 : 영미문학연구 43권 0호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 5-31 (27 pages)

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This thesis proposes to re-read early novels of Amy Dillwyn(1845-1935) in the context of the tradition of Welsh literature in English. Recent trends of viewing Welsh history as 'postcolonial' is utilized to reveal the disparate forms of representations which circulate across the barrier between colonial rule and Welsh nationalism. Dillwyn's first novel Rebecca Rioter explores and re-evaluates the historical significance of Rebecca Riots, in which her father and uncle, then the local magistrates, ambushed and arrested the Rebeccaites.
Dillwyn controverts the derogatory view of the contemporary parliamentary report on the Rebeccaism, creating a fictional, sympathetic autobiography of a 'rioter'.
Rebecca Rioter and other early novels show that Dillwyn is keenly aware of the intricate class structure and of her family's situation in Wales and UK society, especially after the Industrial Revolution and the advent of financial capitalism. She deals with the problems of class, money, crime and gender against the background of the rapidly changing Welsh countryside.
Although she has been regarded mainly as a business woman and later an activist for woman's rights, Dillwyn and her novels are worth revisiting, as a major turning point in the history of Welsh women's literature in English, as well as a significant reference for rewriting the Welsh history.

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저자 : 박미경 ( Mikyung Park ) , 김성훈 ( Seonghoon Kim )

발행기관 : 영미문학연구회 간행물 : 영미문학연구 43권 0호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 33-63 (31 pages)

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This article offers a critical examination of the photographic characteristics of Natasha Trethewey's poetry collection, Native Guard. This article particularly demonstrates how Trethewey's poems serve as a way of discovering the unspoken and unseen evidence of Southern history, and as a metaphor for a new topographic map of the past and future of the South. It investigates the ways in which Native Guard provides a new perspective about the past of the South by visualizing the hidden narratives of the Civil War, Slavery, and Jim Crow Laws through the vivid descriptions of various relevant photographs and imageries, and thus goes beyond the verbal summoning of the events erased from the public memory. For this, this paper draws upon Roland Barthes' concepts related to photography such as 'noema,' 'spectrum,' and 'punctum,' in terms of their relations to historical truths and cultural trauma implied in and revealed by many poems in Trethewey's Native Guard. In short, by taking advantage of the characteristics of photography that contain both reality and artificiality, Trethewey not only reveals the historical facts of the past in photographs, but also the fragments of Southern history, which have been obscured and manipulated by white ideology.

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저자 : 이주엽 ( Jooyeup Lee ) , 김용규 ( Yong-gyu Kim )

발행기관 : 영미문학연구회 간행물 : 영미문학연구 43권 0호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 65-88 (24 pages)

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This paper tries to apply Lionel Trilling's liberal views on literary education, which characterize his later thought, to the practice of English literary teaching in higher education in the post-Covid Korean society. Trilling argues that literary teachers must help (undergraduate) students dialectically form their own selves through and against the subversive modernist texts. The reading of literary text, especially that of the novels, contributes to the formation of an autonomous self by cultivating moral realism, liberal imagination and egalitarian and pluralistic fellow-feeling that is required in democratic society. This formation of an autonomous self has a vital importance in that it is linked to the formation of autonomous individual selves equipped with realism, flexibility, respect for diversity and democratic fellow-feeling in this post-Covid society rapidly polarizing into individual selfishness and collective madness. Likewise, teachers of English literature in higher education of today can contribute to the formation of autonomous individual selves compatible with the modern liberal society by fully foregrounding the subversiveness of social constructivism in critical theories, encouraging and respecting the students' own judgment resulting from their wrestling with those subversive texts and directing their attention, especially in their teaching of the novels, to the protagonist's struggle and fortitude, to the characters' moral judgments and different, autonomous and equivalent fates.

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