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한국제임스조이스학회

한국제임스조이스학회 The James Joyce Society of Korea

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국문제목 "흐름"으로 읽는 『율리시스』의 "세 개의 강"
영문제목 Reading the Three Chapters of Ulysses as a Flux
저자 강미선
출처 105-136
27권
2호
발행년 2021년 12월
논문자료 [첨부파일 다운받기] 5. 강미선.pdf

This article looks at how the main character, Bloom, deals with the problems of his wife’s extramarital affair and his son’s death. My objective is to demonstrate in Bloom the flow of the potential and its actualization by focusing on chapters 15, 16, and 17. When completing the process of actualizing the potential, Bloom emerges as a new person with a vision of his problems. Joyce’s concern about the potential rather than the actual corresponds to Deleuze’s interest in actualizing the real.

This article begins with Joyce’s perspective on life as a flux in modern art from his conversation with Arthur Power, followed by Deleuze’s notion of flow in “desiring-production.” Then, in chapter 15, it is claimed that their notion of flux fits in with Bloom’s hallucinations as the potential, in which Bloom undergoes multiple transformations with no fixed identities. When Bloom is back on clock time, it is revealed that the difficulties with his allegedly cuckolding wife and his deceased son no longer worry him in chapters 16 and 17. His encounter with hidden energy flowing underneath the firm surface leads Bloom to subsume an unknown reality wherein Bloom’s perspective on life is no longer bound to the known but enlarged to the unknown.

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이전글 The "Non-Jewish" Jewish "Anarchist" Bloom in Ulysses: The Ideal Irishman
다음글 "Circe" : Joycean-Deleuzian Chaosmos