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한국제임스조이스학회 The James Joyce Society of Korea

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국문제목 마비된 영혼과 욕망의 언어: 조이스의 「진흙」에 구사된 이중서술전략
영문제목 Paralysis and Desire: Joyce`s Double Narrative Strategy in “Clay”
저자 박소영
출처 한국제임스조이스학회 , 제임스조이스 저널 | 22권 2호 91 ~ 111, 총 21 pages
22권
22호
발행년 2016
논문자료 [첨부파일 다운받기] a22-5.pdf

This study analyzes James Joyce`s “Clay” focusing on its main narrative technique, Free Indirect Discourse (FID). FID is one of the main narrative forms of expression used by modernist novelists. It is a syntactic combination of direct discourse (DD) and indirect discourse (ID), using the third-person pronoun and past tense with deictics indicating the present. It mixes a character`s speech and the narrator`s comments. In the presentation of the character`s thought, the mixing and merging of the two voices, or to put in another way, the double narrative strategy, can create the quality of double consciousness. In “Clay,” FID mirrors the narrational manipulation employed by the main character Maria. She uses the “narration under a blindfold” to hide and wash her hopeless, inescapable reality of life in paralyzed Dublin. As the story goes on, we come to sense that something wrong, some serious fallacy, is involved in her attempt to embellish her own life and environment. Finally, we experience an awakening, the epiphany of the truth about her situation: she has no way out of her paralyzed reality, and the “narration under a blindfold” is the only way for her to maintain the dignity as a human being. 

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다음글 탈식민주의와 세계문학: 제임스 조이스와 박태원의 텍스트를 중심으로