「나이팅게일에게 부치는 송시」에 나타난 동일화의 모순
Dilemma of an Assimilation in “Ode to the Nightingale.”
I approaches “Ode to the Nightingale” in perspective of dilemma of an assimilation between a subject and an object. To do so, I turn to Jacque Lacan's mirror stage and Slavoy Žižek's anxiety theory. Reflecting on John Keat's painful life, this poem reveals his desire to escape from the painful reality for the ideal world of the immortal bird, the Nightingale. It seems to be completed, but turns out to be impossible. After going-through the fantasy of the assimilation, the newly-born poet must accept the reality which contains object a, Nightingale, that is nothing but the existence of lack. The lack of object a, however, is not merely the negative. The hole of lack functions as the very place where desire continually flows. Images evoking from the hole will constantly change into not only the Nightingale, but also other things the poet would wish to identify. By this endless repetition of desire, he ever returns the very place of the 'self' where he left before, but always with a newly-born subject.
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