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1캐서린/히스클리프의 트라우마: 『워더링 하이츠』 연구

저자 : 고영란 ( Youngran Koh )

발행기관 : 한국근대영미소설학회 간행물 : 근대영미소설 28권 1호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 5-29 (25 pages)

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This study attempts to illuminate Catherine's and Heathcliff's trauma and its inner causality. The understanding of the outbreak and symptoms of trauma, and the recovery process of the two characters, reveal an inner causality in Heathcliff's cruel revenge and his dramatic change into choosing a voluntary death, and also illuminate the inner logic in Catherine's severe self-division after Heathcliff's return and her derangement leading to her death. Catherine's trauma begins when she experiences sudden separation from Heathcliff and self-division after staying at Thrushcross Grange. In her nervous derangement Catherine finally confronts her trauma. Not overcoming her trauma, however, she escapes to the fantasy of being together with Heathcliff in her childhood. She thereby tragically transcends the painful reality through her death. Heathcliff's trauma begins with his sudden realization that he can never see Catherine despite his feeling her ghost around him. It leads him to take relentless revenge. While telling his story to Nelly, however, he can eventually understand the cause and meaning of his traumatic experience. The curing of his trauma leads him to realize the futility of his revenge and regain his original self. Therefore, Heathcliff's eventual ecstatic unity with Catherine through his death can be a tragic achievement. The inner causality of their trauma is conveyed persuasively through the effective use of narrator/listener Nelly, observers' points of view, and repetitive narration. This makes Wuthering Heights a unique work creatively synthesizing an ordinary realistic novel and romance.

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2영국계 아일랜드 여성의 거부당한 정주의 삶: 엘리자베스 보웬의 『마지막 9월』

저자 : 전유진 ( Yoojin Jeon )

발행기관 : 한국근대영미소설학회 간행물 : 근대영미소설 28권 1호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 31-57 (27 pages)

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This study sheds light on the Anglo-Irish community's dilemma in Bowen's The Last September as destined to be rejected from the settlement, by examining the protagonist's intersecting gender and national identities. Specifically, this paper focuses on the double oppression that Lois goes through as an Anglo-Irish woman who yearns for safety and stability. Danielstown, the Anglo-Irish Big House symbolizing the dominance of the British Empire over Ireland, serves as a shelter from political turmoil during the Troubles of the 1920s, but its voluntary isolation embodies the paradox of the community thematically and structurally. Lois's feeling of exposure, originating from the surveilling eyes of both the colonizer and the colonized, is aggravated by her gender role as “the angel in the house,” which she wishes to reject. The troubling intervention with male characters epitomizes how Lois's sense of dislocation gets intensified. Through the eyes of three men― the British colonizer, the Irish gunman, and Anglo-Irish Lawrence―who are incapable of imagining a woman's political place out of the domestic sphere, Lois is relocated as a female domestic servant of the empire and the house. Exploring the confrontation that compels Lois to be rejected for any possibilities of settlement, this article asks for new critical attention on the intersecting national identities of an Anglo-Irish woman.

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3An Apology for Love in George Eliot's The Lifted Veil

저자 : Seung-hyun Kim

발행기관 : 한국근대영미소설학회 간행물 : 근대영미소설 28권 1호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 59-81 (23 pages)

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Long regarded an aberration in George Eliot's realist canon, The Lifted Veil has increasingly been reconsidered in light of Eliot's moral aesthetic. Latimer's clairvoyance, in concert with his position as the only first-person protagonist-artist in Eliot's oeuvre, led to compelling analyses of the ways in which the novella's glaring depiction of the protagonist's failed sympathy betrays Eliot's aesthetic dilemma. Departing from the prevailing critical tendency to view Latimer as foremost a rhetorical device for grappling with Eliot's aesthetics of sympathy, this essay construes the novella's thematization of sympathy in terms of Latimer's characterological embodiment. A close-up of Latimer as a character reveals the extent to which he becomes subject to the dehumanizing discourse which hinders sympathy. Yet beyond its critique of the habits of thought that debilitate the self's ethical relation with the other, The Lifted Veil engages the reader in the moral force of the rare moments in which the subject works around egoistic impulses to bring about a sympathetic encounter. While Latimer's use of the term “intoxicate” betrays the fallibility of his claims for passivity in forming sympathy, the novella emphasizes, through these moments, the subject's agency in the openness to the possibility of sympathy as being crucial to forming a responsive fellow feeling.

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4To Find “Beloved Master”: Jane's Ideological Journey and Male Asymmetry in Jane Eyre

저자 : Hera Kim

발행기관 : 한국근대영미소설학회 간행물 : 근대영미소설 28권 1호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 83-102 (20 pages)

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Although previous feminist approaches to Jane Eyre have paid considerable attention to Jane, recent masculinity studies give us a new lens to explore the male characters, St. John and Rochester, who have been dismissed under the umbrella term of Victorian patriarchy. This essay draws upon a methodological approach to masculinity studies and examines St. John and Rochester's male gender complexities. In employing Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick's model of male-male-female triangulation, this essay further argues for St. John and Rochester's competing masculinities in the ascendancy of Victorian middle-class domesticity. I examine St. John and Rochester's masculinities, respectively, and move on to Jane's ideological position between male rivalry. Although Jane has been read as a feminist heroine in pursuit of her independence, I contend that Jane shows a selective sympathy with the domestic Rochester at the end of the novel with her internalization of Victorian middle-class domesticity. Throughout the novel, Jane's path is a type of ideological journey to find her beloved master. Whereas previous Jane-centered gender discussions have relied upon the heterosexual binary opposition between Jane and the male characters, this essay aims to complicate such heterosexual binarism with a new attention to male rivalry through Sedgwick's model of triangulation.

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