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  1. [국내논문]   시간과 욕망의 비극: 『로미오와 줄리엣』  

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    신영어영문학 = The New studies of english language & literature no.25 ,pp. 1 - 23 , 2003 , 1226-9670 ,

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    This paper is to examine the relationship between time and desire in Romeo and Juliet. In Romeo and Juliet Shakespeare tries to prove the belief true that "love is not time"s fool", by dramatizing the heroic vision of romantic love against the hostility of time. From the start Fortune and stars are blamed for the lovers" tragedy, but their malign influence is incorporate in the more palpable hostility of time. At first fateful meeting, lovers are filled with a tragic knowledge of death and death"s companion, time. But once lovers are awakened to true desire for each other, they experience their own different order and rhythm of time. The lovers" meetings dissolve time, making it speed up or stop and standstill, as the present moments is transformed into the time of love. Thus, time newly means for them metamorphic principle that makes them advance to the rebirth into a higher stage of existence. Even against "untimely death", They assert that death is a transcendental form of consummation; Romeo wills his death as a means to permanent union with Juliet, and Juliet also makes her death as a heroic act of love"s constancy. But after the consummation of the lovers" death, the drama again proves the belief true that "love is not time"s fool" in secular, earthly sense of immortality, by displacing the lovers" desires onto a perpetual narrative of love. This ending paradoxically suggests that to accept rather than deny time is to prove that our deepest life ultimately craves growth Conclusively, Romeo and Juliet can be viewed as the tragedy of time and desire because it proves that human desire and human identity are essentially related to the metaphysics of time.

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  2. [국내논문]   정치 사회 풍자로서 죤 게이의 『거지 오페라』 연구  

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    신영어영문학 = The New studies of english language & literature no.25 ,pp. 25 - 43 , 2003 , 1226-9670 ,

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    The immense popularity of The Beggar"s Opera was a consequence of a fusion of political and social satire. It also burlesqued the dominant operatic form of the day, Italian opera. It originated the ballad opera, a genre abounding with songs set to familiar tunes. The Beggar"s Opera satirizes the life of London"s underworld. Gay"s presentation of lower classes is a burlesque, but he uses the inversion of values to expose the corrupt values of high society and of the Government. The implication throughout is that the behavior of Walpole, Prime Minister, and other Whig leaders is not different from that of Peachum, who deals with stolen goods, except that the corruption they practice is on a much larger scale. The quarrels of Peachum and Lockit, the chief jailor, and their treachery to one another are a picture of what goes on in councils of state. Macheath and his gang of highway robbers, whom Gay ironically likens to a group of aristocrats and politicians, repeatedly express their conviction that high society is more corrupt than the underworld. The play is also the ironical attack on contemporary social manners. Gay presents the inverted mercantile world which is operated by the cash bond alone. In handling the theme of love and marriage, Gay again satirizes the moral vacuum at the heart of London"s gentry. In conclusion the play shows that self-interest and greed are the main driving forces of urban society, from the high class to the underworld. The money is the main goal both aimed at. The popularity of the play goes on in our time inspiring adaptations and imitations, including Bertolt Brecht"s Die Dreigroschenoper.

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  3. [국내논문]   『하얀 악마』의 연구 - 플라미네오의 역할을 중심으로  

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    신영어영문학 = The New studies of english language & literature no.25 ,pp. 45 - 65 , 2003 , 1226-9670 ,

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    This study is about John Webster"s attitude towards the chaotic world of the early seventeenth century in England by examining Flamineo, a villain character in The White Devil. The world that John Webster"s The White Devil reveals is a dark one governed by Machiavellian power structure in which its appearance and reality are different and evil prevails. Flamineo, as a villain character, is a frustrated intellectual that is alienated from the power and constantly strives to attain the power to no avail. Flamineo epitomizes the whole class of Englishmen whose ambitions for public service produce only disenchantment. He typifies the plight of the intellectual in the world of state, at once its agent, and its victim. Through Flamineo, Webster severly criticizes this situation which intellectuals encounter in the society in which they cannot be provided with a place to use their talents and fulfil their sense of self-esteem and honour. In conclusion, Webster satirizes through the dramatic type of scholarly malcontent, Flamineo. Jacobean England where moral values and political aims were corrupted.

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  4. [국내논문]   소음만이 가득한 사회에서': 마저리 켐프와 바쓰댁을 통해본 중세 여성의 외침소리  

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    신영어영문학 = The New studies of english language & literature no.25 ,pp. 67 - 89 , 2003 , 1226-9670 ,

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    H??a Cixous argues that it is "a daring feat" and "a great transgression" for any woman "to speak ... in public." It means that it is very hard for any woman to speak her own thought in public. Women in fifteenth century England were marginal ones and, for the most part, bound to the home. Men were the usual participants in public and community life and women"s genuine voice was hardly heard. Thus, any woman who appeared in public to relate her point of view became the object of ridicule and scorn, and was regarded annoying. In this sense, Margery Kempe and the Wife of Bath seemed to be "over-powerful women," or "monstrous beings," who defied the force of social expectation. Margery Kempe and the Wife of Bath are women "preachers," religiously and socially, in the medieval English society, where the Church dictated everything, from religious to secular matters. The Church maintained its power by suppressing any kind of rebellious attempt against its authority. However, the system of constraints upon their speech and action shape their rebellion. They, as women, preach and gloss the scripture in public, going directly against the doctrine that women should not preach. Although they seem to fail to subvert "the immutable bastion" of patriarchy, they highlight the special oppression of women through their struggles over identity. Their "voice" could not be heard, like Troy"s Cassandra, in a society full of "sound and fury" at their time. However, Margery Kempe and the Wife of Bath appear to modern readers as true "women fighters," who have pursued their self-identity and independence in a harsh environment against women.

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  5. [국내논문]   『죽음보다 더한 실연』(More Die of Heartbreak) 속에 나타난 도덕관  

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    신영어영문학 = The New studies of english language & literature no.25 ,pp. 91 - 111 , 2003 , 1226-9670 ,

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    The purpose of this paper is to investigate the pursuit of the ideal self through self-awareness of the heroes in Saul Bellow"s More Die of Heartbreak. Especially it is emphasized that Kenneth Trachtenberg realizes the recognition of the ideal self and the acceptance of reality by tracing the process of changes in love and suffering of reality instructors as well as those of Uncle Benn. Bellow implies that the contemporary unethical vision of the breakdown of the traditional family system and tragedy has resulted from the corruption of an erotic, physical culture. He also criticizes the tragic collapse of family through the lives of Rudi and Kenneth Trachtenberg, and Benn Crader. He continues to insist that we should keep our human morality and noble ethical values wherever we are. He always warns of the moral corruption of sexual profligancy. He is afraid that traditional morality and the family system might break down because of the absence of sexual morality in our age. Kenneth is impressed by the mysticism of M. Yermelov, a mystic who insists that the true love should be based on the warmth of the soul. So, even though Kenneth regards himself as a victim of sexual games with women such as Treckie, he feels a new level of familiarity with and warm attachment to Dita, his new partner. Uncle Benn, a distinguished botanist, falls in physical love with Matilda, but by escaping from her, he realizes that love without communication with the soul is meaningless, and thus he flies to the North Pole. In conclusion, Bellow expresses that true love should be based on the harmony of mind and body with spiritual rapport and mutual understanding, and it seems to be a true self-awareness and the pursuit of ideal self.

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  6. [국내논문]   휘트먼의 연사 페르소나와 독자  

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    신영어영문학 = The New studies of english language & literature no.25 ,pp. 113 - 131 , 2003 , 1226-9670 ,

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    Walt Whitman began his career as writer when public speaking was a universal means of communication in the nineteenth century America. His interest in public speaking and the skills of oratory helped him develop the oratorical style in his poetry. Therefore, it is natural to detect the influence of oratory in many of his poems. As Whitman believed that oratory was more powerful than the written word, he intentionally attempted to make his poems appeal to the ears of the readers. The purpose of this paper is to clarify the functions of Whitman"s oratorical persona and its poetical meaning focussing on the relationship between the poet and the reader. Whitman projects the oratorical persona and assumes that the poet-reader relationship as orator-hearer relationship. The following is the summary of the functions of Whitman"s oratorical persona and his reader (hearer). First, the message delivered by the oratorical persona is powerful and prophetic making Whitman"s poetry religious. Second, Whitman"s oratorical persona makes his text as a space in which the interrelationship between the poet and the reader is made. Third, Whitman"s oratorical persona emphasizes the openness of the text giving the roles of the readers to complete the text. Fourth, the message of the oratorical persona is offered in the present tense. Thus, its immediacy us felt by the reader transcending the time and space.

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  7. [국내논문]   벤 존슨: 시인, 악당, 배우 그리고 '볼폰'  

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    신영어영문학 = The New studies of english language & literature no.25 ,pp. 133 - 157 , 2003 , 1226-9670 ,

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    Ben Jonson has been constructed as a universal poet satirizing trans-historical moral characteristics such as greed. Knights intervenes to argue that Jonson was satirizing not greed itself but the particular, evolving forms of economic acquisitiveness in his own society. But the point of this article is that Jonson was a symptom of the changes in society which his works reflected. He was aware of the fact that his own identity as "Poet" depended on the same emerging structure of social relationships that he satirized in his plays. More importantly, Jonson was not only responding to something in the social formation around him but also producing the modes of thought that encouraged and to some extent created these other changes. While he was satirizing the greed associated with an incipient capitalism, he was himself caught in something of a double bind concerning the place of the poet in this new economic, cultural and social context. The increasing complexity of social relations contributed to the developing diversity of literary discourse in the drama produced for a larger, more heterogeneous audience. This tendency is manifested by the emergence of individualized characterization, by a corresponding plurality of authorial voices, personae, and styles. Volpone shows little authorial intrusion in the action itself. Here the moral is carried without the intervention of authorial spokesman. Jonson discovered a formula whereby he could unite the diverse elements of his audience in judging and censuring the action on the stage. In an age of volatile change, the possibility of changing oneself into some other desired character fascinated Jonson. He seems uncomfortably aware of a parallel between the social climbing of the satirized characters in his plays, notably in Volpone, and his own aspirations to a position of status. Volpone is an intriguer, actor, manipulator of fools, perverted commentators on the moral and psychological perversions of his victims. He is, in other words, a corrupted satirist, corruption of Jonson himself.

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  8. [국내논문]   도로씨 워즈워스의 『일기』: 생태비평적 연구를 위한 시론  

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    신영어영문학 = The New studies of english language & literature no.25 ,pp. 159 - 177 , 2003 , 1226-9670 ,

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    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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  9. [국내논문]   단편 소설을 통한 문학과 영어교육 : 윌리엄 포크너의 「에밀리에게 바치는 장미」 가르치기  

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    신영어영문학 = The New studies of english language & literature no.25 ,pp. 179 - 199 , 2003 , 1226-9670 ,

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    Due to the teaching of literary works in terms of their literary and historical backgrounds, English literature has been widely criticized as impractical. To escape from the current dilemma of English literature education, we need to use teaching methodology with which to improve English learner"s four language skills - reading, writing, speaking, and listening. Literary texts in the language classroom provide us with a variety of teaching methodology which cannot be attained through non-literary material. We are able to contrive a wide range of unique teaching methodology appropriating literary elements, including setting, plot, characterization, theme, and literary techniques. Such literary elements, according to some TESOL scholars, are an obstacle not only to language learner"s understanding of literary works in particular but also to the use of literature for English language education in general. On the contrary, it is the literary elements that bring students great interest and enthusiasm in the language classroom. With literary texts we can successfully carry out both literary education and English language education. The selection of good literary works is a prerequisite to the successful accomplishment of both English and literary education at the same time. Short stories with sophisticated literary elements are ideal for the language classroom because they can more easily satisfy students" desire for reading than novels. "A Rose for Emily" is an excellent example of short stories well-equipped with sophisticated literary elements. For students in the English program, we need to select literary works which contribute to practical language education.

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  10. [국내논문]   '할렘 르네상스'기 미국 흑인의 정체성과 인종 문제: 카운티 컬런과 랭스턴 휴즈  

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    신영어영문학 = The New studies of english language & literature no.25 ,pp. 201 - 223 , 2003 , 1226-9670 ,

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    The Harlem Renaissance portrays the age of the New Negro, inspired by a new sense of self and race. Emerged from slavery, the New Negro is the new social subjectivities of the emergent educated elites. The newness of the New Negro stemmed largely from an aggressive claim to political inclusion, economic and cultural participation, and fundamental equality. The purpose of this paper is to examine identity and race issues of New Negroes in the Harlem Renaissance. The New Negro made the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s the culmination of political, social and cultural debates about the status of blacks in the U.S. The question of the individual in relation to race was one of the main points of debate among African-American artists. They have been caught between their private selves and their public roles. And they were torn between black and white identities. DuBois said the black person in America is burdened with "a double-consciousness ... two souls, two thoughts, two unreconciled strivings, two warring ideals in one dark body." The black man was victim of this dilemma that he is both an American and something apart. Countee Cullen and Langston Hughes were the leading poets of the Harlem Renaissance. However, their ideas of race and of New Negroes" roles and identities were very different. Countee Cullen said that he wanted simply to be a poet, not a Negro poet. In contrast, Langston Hughes links race and class issues. For him, Negro is a powerful and self-conscious cultural space of socially emergent group identity. Most of his poems are racial in theme, and he drew forms and techniques from blues and jazz.

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