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라캉의 욕망이론으로 읽는 케이트 쇼팽의 『각성』

Reading Kate Chopin’s The Awakening through Lacanian Theory of Desire

김선옥 ( Sun-ok Kim )
  • : 한국현대영미소설학회
  • : 현대영미소설 29권2호
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  • : 2022년 09월
  • : 29-50(22pages)
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Ⅰ. 들어가며
Ⅱ. 주체의 공백으로서의 ‘대상 a’와 환상의 작용
Ⅲ. 대상 a를 향한 에드나의 욕망과 죽음충동
Ⅳ. 나가며
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This paper aims to analyze Kate Chopin’s The Awakening from the perspective of Jacques Lacan’s theory of desire. In The Awakening, the main character Edna Pontellier's attempt to pursue individual autonomy against the patriarchal ideology of the 19th century reveals the aspect of the Lacanian subject of desire to explore the origin of the being beyond the position of the subject defined by the patriarchal symbolic order. The trigger that sparked Edna's desire for the freedom of the being was a brief love affair with a young man she met at the resort, but her desire is ultimately directed to finding her own position in the universe as an autonomous individual not belonging to anyone. According to Lacan, the subject in the symbolic order is an empty one with a lack or void inside it as ‘objet a’ considered the real subject. This ‘objet a’ acts as the object-cause of desire that causes the subject to continuously desire something through the metonymic chain of desires projected onto objects in the real world. In the process of exploring her own position in the universe, Edna tries to go beyond the laws and prohibitions of the symbolic order as a subject of desire, experiencing ‘Death drive’ accompanied by Jouissance, which inevitably leads to her destruction and actual death. The essential thing Edna feels she can never give up until the very last moment is her desire to approach her own being. In this sense, Edna, who seeks to pursue her own desires to the end against all social punishments and prohibitions, can be said to be an example of the Lacanian ‘ethical subject’ who tries to go where the subject used to be.

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This article analyzes how the racial climate of the postwar decades in metropolitan areas is illustrated in Nalo Hopkinson's Brown Girl in the Ring. Geographical spaces feature systematic spatialization of space and geographical gentrification. Alluding to such US minority slum areas as Detroit, Hopkinson uses the science fiction genre of zombie apocalypse to describe class hierarchies alongside color lines in a Caribbean Canadian community in this organ-trafficking story. The novel employs the conventions of spirit-possession and zombie narrative to highlight the way slums in modern metropolises have been made into spaces of racial segregation. By setting a modern city as a default background to explore race dynamics in the post-Jim Crow era, Brown Girl in the Ring locates twentieth-century US race histories within a cultural climate where industrial transformation, techno-scientific progress, and geographical modernization have underwritten racial dynamics in a supposedly post-racial world.

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9“A Cure to Addiction and Depression and Everything Else that Ails Us”: Reading Affective Dimensions of Race in Yaa Gyasi's Transcendent Kingdom

저자 : Shinyoung Lee

발행기관 : 한국현대영미소설학회 간행물 : 현대영미소설 29권 2호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 217-243 (27 pages)

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Yaa Gyasi in her latest novel Transcendent Kingdom (2020) illuminates a shrinking Ghanaian family endeavoring to survive in seemingly post-racial contemporary American society. Noticeable about the novel is that it does not seem to offer a solution for its protagonist and narrator Gifty, given that she eventually concedes that neither her scientific knowledge nor reflection on evangelical religion alone clearly expounds on the catalysts and repercussions of her brother's death induced by his opioid addiction and her mother's depression. More attention needs to be paid to the impossibility of elucidating the fundamental causes of her family's agony in order to interpret it as more than an ineluctable tragedy, since Gifty gradually becomes willing to rely on others like Katherine and Han. Taking such implicative importance of further analyzing the protagonist's failure of “mak[ing] meaning” as a point of departure (Gyasi 198), I in this paper seek to shed light on the complicated relationship between Gifty and her mother which is replete with mental sufferings mainly based on the conceptualization of affect advanced by several prominent scholars, such as Brian Massumi and Sara Ahmed. I specifically construe Gifty's epiphany that her scientific and/or religious approach makes Nana's death and the Black Mamba's depression more inexplicable as an epitome of the affective dimensions of race. In light of the diverse and even ambivalent affective facets of race, I ultimately suggest that depression ironically functions as a cornerstone for subversion which repudiates societal standards of when and how they are supposed to be (made) happy in contemporary society.

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