도로씨 워즈워스의 『일기』: 생태비평적 연구를 위한 시론
Dorothy Wordsworth"s Journals: A Brief Search for Ecocritical Interpretation
Dorothy Wordsworth has been always seen not as a writer but William"s sister. Recent evaluations of Dorothy remind readers that Dorothy produced various kinds of writings such as travel journals, poems, and diary journals. Her diary journals, especially, need to be paid much attention not only for their records about William and Coleridge but also for their ecological significance. This paper argues for Patrick D. Murphy"s suggestion that Dorothy Wordsworth would be an ecological/ecofeminist writer, and it searches for further possibilities that enable us to interpret Journals ecologically. Dorothy"s Journals exemplifies a picturesque writing. It draws attention to the unity of nature by carefully observing the diversity of nature. The natural unity, Dorothy suggests, is part of the ecological wholeness in which humankind and the natural environment participate. Journals also shows that Dorothy has a sense of care. She cares for her cultural community composed of the writers such as William and Coleridge. Dorothy"s sense of care is extended from the human community to her natural surroundings, and she tries to establish her self in relationships with human beings/non-humans. Dorothy"s Journals records the degradation of nature by observing some woods being slashed away. This report tends to accompany her sympathetic comments of women beggars. This simultaneous observation of the both oppressions implies Dorothy as a keen writer who identifies issues of the natural environment as those of gender.
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