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필립 딕의 키치 세상: 『안드로이드들은 전기 양을 꿈꾸는가?』를 통해 본 인간, 기계, 그리고 과학소설

Philip K. Dick`s Kitsch World: Man, Machine, and Science Fiction in Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?

박인찬 ( Inchan Pak )
  • : 한국현대영미소설학회
  • : 현대영미소설 22권3호
  • : 연속간행물
  • : 2015년 12월
  • : 129-152(24pages)
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This paper aims to study Philip K. Dick`s well-known science fiction Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? in terms of kitsch. Originally, this study derived from two different research interests: one in the aesthetic achievements of Dick`s novel as a popular genre of science fiction, the other in a theme of the relationship between man and machine in the novel. Dick`s ‘kitsch world’ is the phrase designed to encompass those two interests with the extended concepts and categories of kitsch and, at the same time, to epitomize the future world that Dick prophets in his work. Defining Dick as a writer of kitsch world, this paper starts with introducing many-layered concepts of kitsch, such as imitations, things of kitsch, the subjective attitudes of viewers, the artificial environments of mechanical objects, and kitsch as an art style. Then it goes on to specific elaborations on a variety of kitsch styles that mark Dick`s science fiction as an artifice of popular genre. Finally, the third section of this paper deals with Dick`s critique of humanist individual subject, tracing how Rick Deckard`s changing views of androids lead to a vision of the posthuman that man and androids commiserate and shape one another`s existence. By so doing, this paper argues, Dick shows the future of kitsch world in which a technological object can become a subject and thus interact with man.

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발행기관 : 한국현대영미소설학회 간행물 : 현대영미소설 29권 3호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 31-57 (27 pages)

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This paper examines Amitav Ghosh's science fiction The Calcutta Chromosome from the perspective of postcolonial science fiction, which functions as an effective genre for Ghosh to deal with the postcolonial history of colonial science. Pulling together the intersecting strands, the novel consists of three narrative layers: the near future in New York; 1990s in Calcutta, India; the late nineteenth century in India. Along with exact citations from the Memoirs of Ronald Ross, a winner of the 1902 Nobel Prize for Medicine, this novels pays particular attention to the scientific trajectories of malaria research in British India. Interweaving the 'real' story of Ross's with his own imaginative stories, Ghosh 'imagines' that unlike the official Western history of malaria research, the seemingly uneducated “fringe people” of Indian assistants actually manipulated Ross's research for their own quest for immortality, the discovery of “Calcutta Chromosome.” Ghosh implies that the fortuitous discoveries by “the Angel of Fate” were actually the products of the secret indigenous group. Juxtaposing conventional Western science with indigenous counter-science, Ghosh challenges the exclusiveness of Western science discourses and foregrounds the spiritual, esoteric, and cult counter-science. As Deleuze and Guattari suggest through the comparison between the “State sciences” and the “nomad (minor) sciences,” the “eccentric and initiatory” counter-science exerts pressure on and intervenes in the mainstream science. Providing an affirmative answer to the question of “Can the subaltern imagine the future?” Ghosh argues that a responsibility to the future is embedded in the past, which explains why the writer turns back to the colonial period in his novel.

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Memory serves as an essential element that constitutes identity. Maintaining a secure archive of memories, therefore, is important for an individual's successful identity formation. However, international immigrants such as Asian Americans encounter hardships while developing their own memory narratives, largely because of their marginal status within society. This paper executes a comparative analysis between two Asian American novels that consist of immigrant memory narratives: Carlos Bulosan's autobiographical novel America Is in the Heart (1946) and Chang-rae Lee's novel A Gesture Life (1999). Both novels commonly portray the protagonists' difficulty in preserving their memory narratives, suggesting a potential panethnic common ground that can bring together Asian Americans of various ethnic backgrounds. Taking today's post-Covid new normality into consideration, this paper contemplates how healthy formation of memory narratives will ultimately benefit societies in this era of increased social conflicts and racial tensions.

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Orlando is often underestimated as Virginia Woolf`s playful fantasy. Unlike her previous mature works, this novel appears more disorganized and episodic. It is also considered as a simple parody of the Victorian biography. Its narrator is depicted as a Victorian biographer and accordingly satirized. But Orlando is another experiment of Woolfian narrative style and then she succeeds to perfect it for use in her later novels. The novel clearly shows the present as an artificial creation of a divided moment in relation to the past and the future. And with this fictional moment in time, the illusion of a so-called reality is possible. Just as Woolf described a “surface” of the present as an accumulation of the past, one`s identity is merely a fictional compilation of various versions of oneself. In the novel, a person`s life or an identity is not something tangible and pre-existing: Orlando`s personality is fragmented and incohesive. Ironically, the perceived identity of either a person or a historic period is created out of individuation and separation. Division itself is the precondition of creating any kind of unity. The novel intentionally differentiates action from thought and emotion, the present from the past, even one literary period from another and creates meaning in these opposites by juxtaposition. And Woolf creates an androgynous narrative out of exchanges between these various oppositions.

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10The British Imperial Dilemma in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: The White, Grown-Up, and Chocolate-Maker Wonka in the Colonial World

저자 : Hye Ryoung Kil

발행기관 : 한국현대영미소설학회 간행물 : 현대영미소설 22권 3호 발행 연도 : 2015 페이지 : pp. 233-260 (28 pages)

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This essay addresses the theme of imperial dilemma in Charlie and Chocolate Factory by analyzing Wonka in three aspects. First, Wonka is comparable to the white man, like Conrad`s Kurtz, in colonial Africa, who professes to protect yet exploits the native people for commercial interests. Second, Wonka represents the British grown-up man who, personating British imperialism, affirms that he looks after children under his care yet abuses them for profits. Last, Wonka parallels the British chocolate manufacturers Cadbury Bros., the Quakers, who were reputed for their concern about the workers` welfare and anti-slavery campaigns. The Cadburys were involved in a slavery controversy over the African cacao plantations, however. The contradiction of the humanitarian colonial company Cadbury is represented by Wonka`s ambiguous relationship with the African workers whom he claims to protect in his chocolate factory. In this way, Charlie and Chocolate Factory illustrates the conflict of British liberal imperialism, as embodied by Wonka, the British white adult chocolate maker.

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