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저자 : Eunsoo Kim

발행기관 : 대한영어영문학회 간행물 : 영어영문학연구 48권 4호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 1-13 (13 pages)

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This paper analyzes the transition of the two main characters of the novel How We Disappeared. Wang Di and Kevin follow the three stages of transition mentioned by anthropologist Arnold Gennep. While Wang Di's ritual is storytelling, Kevin's ritual proceeds in the form of the quest. After experiencing the stage of separation, Wang Di and Kevin are able to meet in the liminal stage through the ritual of storytelling as speaker and listener. Through storytelling, Wang Di is enlightened about her past and trauma. With Kevin as her listener she is finally able to break 50 years of silence and tell her story out loud. She experiences a fundamental human connection without the interference of social stigma in her connection with Kevin. As a result, Wang Di is able to overcome some of her trauma and become a part of Kevin's family. On the other hand, Kevin experiences psychological growth and is acknowledged as an adult.

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저자 : 김현아 ( Kim Hyun Ah )

발행기관 : 대한영어영문학회 간행물 : 영어영문학연구 48권 4호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 15-36 (22 pages)

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The purpose of this study is to examine the background of the Rwandan massacre and the colonial history, focusing on the novel 'My Parents' Bedroom' of the writer Uwem Akpan from Nigeria. The Rwanda genocide, told by the narrator of the girl, can be seen as suggesting a kind of topographical map of how to look at African conflicts, especially internal ethnic conflicts and the aftermath of colonialism in the past. Encouraging the abandonment of trivial divisions is probably the core message that Akpan wants to convey through 'My Parents' Bedroom.' The purpose of this thesis is to approach the historical reason why Africa has been defined as a continent of conflict by dealing with the process of The Rwanda genocide through Akpan's novel. Based on these issues, this discussion specifies that Akpan presents a new interpretation of African history by embodying the unfortunate events of a family in the field of ethnic conflict in Rwanda and placing the ethnic hardships of Rwandans at the center of the narrative.

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저자 : 김화정 ( Kim Hwa Jeong )

발행기관 : 대한영어영문학회 간행물 : 영어영문학연구 48권 4호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 37-55 (19 pages)

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This study investigates human nature through the character, Thomas Sutpen, in William Faulkner's Absalom, Absalom!. This study starts with inspecting human nature as effected by material possessions and Sutpen's psychological make-up is looked at through his process of wealth accumulation. Secondly, human nature in relation to sexual and marital interactions is examined through Sutpen's several marriages and the abandonment of his children. Sutpen's racism and passion for race purity, plus his seemingly cold and cruel character, will be examined throughout this study. Lastly, the nature of crime and violence will be examined through the character's abandonment of his own blood and his attitude towards female sexuality as a means of racial reproduction.

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저자 : 서은주 ( Seo Eunjoo )

발행기관 : 대한영어영문학회 간행물 : 영어영문학연구 48권 4호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 57-76 (20 pages)

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J. M. Coetzee's Waiting for the Barbarians is a textual analysis of historical torture branded on the Barbarian Girl's body. Coetzee deploys reading, writing, decoding, elucidating, understanding, and rewriting as the main motifs in what the author refers to as 'the empire of pain' which is written with vivid accounts of physical, sexual, epistemic, and psychological torture. These tortures are inscribed as an act of power writing and reading for the purpose of extracting information, coercing a confession, or imposing severe punishment, all carried out by the authority. The mechanism-imposed method of the barbarians' broken body is that the barbarians are seen as the enemy since they are tortured, not that they are tortured since they are the enemy. In the story, Colonel Joll and Magistrate, who are public officials, turn Barbarian Girl into a living canvas. Joll writes the torture marks which can be read as the result and proof of her guilt by Magistrate. In spite of these crimes against humanity, these situations can be explained from psychologist Hannah Arendt's concept of 'the banality of evil': they are not just 'doing their jobs and duties' but also they are 'obeying orders and the laws' as the bureaucrats who do not need to think of others in English Imperial Government. However, this interpretation should be considered beyond the personal tragedies and wounds as there is a possibility of overly violating individual human rights.

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저자 : 이영화 ( Lee Young Hwa )

발행기관 : 대한영어영문학회 간행물 : 영어영문학연구 48권 4호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 77-100 (24 pages)

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This paper examines how J.M. Coetzee employs third-person present tense and fragmentation of structure as a strategy for reaching the 'real' truth in autobiography. First, the use of the third-person present tense in Boyhood and Youth allows the narrator to set his estranged self and then to more objectively confront the historical self. The distance derived from third-person present tense enables the narrator to avert self-deception and plays a pivotal role in revealing truthfulness by creating dialogue in the text. Second, fragmentation created by John's journals and Vincent's interviews in Summertime generates a decentralized cooperative relationship. This fragmentation subverting literary canon's forms represents the identity of fragmented author whose belonging is not explicitly defined. For Coetzee “all autobiography is storytelling, all writing is autobiography”: not only is all writing based on one's life, but also all autobiographical confession involves fictional elements. It is due to highly selective episodes for writing as well as incomplete recollection regarding the past. Thus, what is important in autobiographical writing is not a verifiable truth but “truth-directedness,” which is the reason Scenes from Provincial Life is defined as autobiography.

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저자 : 임은영 ( Im Eunyoung )

발행기관 : 대한영어영문학회 간행물 : 영어영문학연구 48권 4호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 101-120 (20 pages)

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This paper aims to analyse the meaning of garden described in The Garden of the Evening Mists by Tan Twan Eng, a Chinese-Malaysian diaspora writer, from the perspective of memory and hybridity. This novel bears witness to the turmoil of Malaysia during the period of Japanese Conquest and Malayan Emergency narrated in the form of Yun Ling's memory narrative. Yun Ling, as the only survivor in the concentration camp, suffers from the internalized trauma and guilt. After the war, she makes up her mind to build a garden as a place of memory for the victims of genocide, especially for her sister. Ling and her sister sublimated their intolerable sufferings in the camp into the peaceful memories of the Japanese garden they had visited before the invasion. In this regard, the garden plays a pivotal role in substituting happy fantasy for their miserable reality. On top of that, rebuilding the garden after her retirement has an allegorical significance of a nation-building in this novel. Ling's gardening is influenced by Japanese gardener's aesthetics, shakkei, a borrowed scenery that blurs the boundary between in-out of the garden. This paper will shed the light on the process of gardening as a metaphorical vision of Malaysian community with hybridity and transnational multiplicity.

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저자 : Ewha Chung

발행기관 : 대한영어영문학회 간행물 : 영어영문학연구 48권 4호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 121-141 (21 pages)

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This paper examines Frances Burney's first novel, Evelina, or The History of A Young Lady's Entrance into the World, by applying Michael McKeon's theoretical framework, in The Origins of the English Novel, 1600-1740, which defines the English novel as a genre of instabilities narrating conflicts of class and social identity during the eighteenth century. Although McKeon's textual analysis extends only through the 1740s and thus does not include Burney, his theoretical paradigm concerning “Questions of Truth” and “Questions of Virtue” outlines the “instabilities” of class and social identity experienced by Burney's heroines. In Burney's novel, the heroine, Evelina Belmont, and her mother, Caroline Evelyn, struggle to not only prove the truth of the daughter's legal identity but also redeem an unjust verdict against the mother's virtue committed by her husband and father of her child, Sir John Belmont. As Evelina embarks alone upon a journey away from the protection of home into the social world of London, Burney depicts how the heroine is and her mother was victimized by a society of libertines, fops, vulgar acquaintances, disgraceful family relatives, and cruel husbands and fathers. Applying McKeon, this paper attempts to delineate how Burney's heroine and her mother challenge the licentious patriarchal culture, by introducing a new paradigm in which libertinism and social injustice are replaced with humble penitence, moral awakening, and vindication of truth and virtue.

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저자 : 김지향 ( Kim Ji-hyang )

발행기관 : 대한영어영문학회 간행물 : 영어영문학연구 48권 4호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 143-180 (38 pages)

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This paper aims at investigating how Korean speakers' speech production and perception of English voiceless stops on the word boundaries are different from the English native speakers'. The production experiment conducted in this paper reveals that Korean speakers' production of voiceless stops on the word boundaries is affected by their mother tongue. What makes Korean speakers' production mainly distinctive from the English speakers' is that not only does a vowel epenthesis take place in their production, but they also demonstrate a longer duration of the VOT and the voiceless stops than the native speakers. For the perception of continuous speech containing voiceless stops across word boundaries, the native listeners turn out to employ phonetic and acoustic cues such as aspiration to segment it into words. Through the perception experiment, this paper has figured out whether the Korean listeners have an ability to use such cues as the native listeners use for segmentation. The result indicates that they have difficulty segmenting a stream of the consecutive words in the stimuli into words for the perception due to the fact that they are not able to use as many acoustic and phonetic cues as the native speakers.

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저자 : Kwan Young Oh

발행기관 : 대한영어영문학회 간행물 : 영어영문학연구 48권 4호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 181-205 (25 pages)

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This research aims to identify whether Korean subjects can articulate the consonants /l/ and /n/ as syllabic in some English words, and how they would pronounce such consonants in comparison to native speakers. To that end, we conducted experiments on Korean and American subjects to measure the duration and formants of the consonants, compare the mean values of the consonants between the two groups in four areas, and analyze the results with statistical tests. As a result, we can confirm the following facts: In a comparison of duration, first, most of the Koreans took much longer than the Americans in their articulation, thereby displaying the general tendency of Koreans to insert vowels after the consonants in word-final positions. Second, the Koreans were influenced by the spellings of English words, so they tried to articulate the vowels in the words which Americans pronounce word-final vowel-consonant clusters as syllabic. A comparison of sound quality employing three formant analyses demonstrated that the Koreans pronounced syllabic consonants significantly differently from the Americans.

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저자 : Yi Liu , Yang-hee Kim

발행기관 : 대한영어영문학회 간행물 : 영어영문학연구 48권 4호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 207-224 (18 pages)

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This study aims to explore how Chinese Korean minority college students use English lexical bundles in their writings. Four English written corpora of LOCNESS, YELC, CKELC, and CHELC were involved in this study, all the corpora were constructed by collecting college students' timed and untimed essays. Not only English native students' writings but three groups of EFL students' writings were investigated. The four-word English lexical bundles extracted from each corpus were adopted as the data. By examining students' actual writing, it found that Chinese Korean students overused lexical bundles with attitudinal expressions, and the same phenomenon was identified in L1 Korean students' writings but not in Ll Chinese students'. The EFL students of L1 Korean, L1 Chinese and Chinese Korean all overused colloquial bundles and they all tended to use the same bundle types repeatedly. Compared with bundle tokens, all EFL students used a limited number of bundle types. In terms of lexical bundle structure, Chinese Korean students and L1 Chinese students preferred using prepositional bundles most, whereas L1 Korean students relied heavily on verbal bundles. All three EFL group students overused verbal bundles but underused nominal bundles. It is suggested that the EFL learners need to be exposed to a variety of lexical bundles.

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