스토파드의 『사랑의 발명』 : 과거 재현과 현대적 재해석
Finch. Re-presentation and Re-interpretation of the Past in Stoppard's
In his 1997 stage play, The Invention of Love, Tom Stoppard re-presents the fantasies and realities of A. E. Housman, an English classical scholar and romantic poet, contrasting his life and loves with those of his dramatic (and contemporary) foil, Oscar Wilde. Also at the heart of the play is the poignant meeting between the older Housman (“AEH”) and his younger self (“Housman”). Stoppard's text deals (at a philosophical level) with the nature of love, poetry, scholarship, aesthetics, and attitudes to homosexuality in late Victorian England, the latter focus designed to challenge audience members into reappraising their preconceptions. This paper examines the ways in which the playwright employs uniquely Stoppardian juxtapositions to re-interpret the past and to re-examine philosophical concepts about art and love.
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