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한국제임스조이스학회 The James Joyce Society of Korea

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국문제목 『피네간의 경야』에 울려 퍼지는 탈식민 메아리 그리고 다시 쓰는 대안적 역사
영문제목 Postcolonial Echo Reverberating Finnegans Wake and Rewritten Alternative History
저자 김경숙
출처 43-64
26권
2호
발행년 2020년 12월
논문자료 [첨부파일 다운받기] 2. 김경숙.pdf

This essay, written as a sequel to my earlier one “‘Hush! Caution! Echoland’: Rereading Joyce’s Finnegans Wake as a Postcolonial Echo,” aims at reinterpreting Finnegans Wake as an alternative historiography. In my earlier study, I argue that the language of Finnegans Wake is not English but the echo of English, which is amputated, fragmented, and hybridized, and that Joyce’s language experiment deconstructs the authority of English and reverberates postcolonial recalcitrant echo. As a follow-up study, this essay reads Finnegans Wake as an alternative historiography, which means re-writing or writing back of the orthodox colonial/nationalist historiography. While the missing letter on HCE’s sin symbolizes the absence of absolute truth, the text of Finnegans Wake is written by numerous unreliable stories, rumors, and gossips, which ceaselessly crisscross and contradict each other. As a dream-text, Finnegans Wake wakes readers from the nightmare of orthodox historiography and suggests the possibilities of variegated versions of alternative historiographies. 

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