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국문제목 "Circe" : Joycean-Deleuzian Chaosmos
영문제목 "Circe" : Joycean-Deleuzian Chaosmos
저자 Cong Zhang · Kelin Li
출처 85-103
27권
2호
발행년 2021년 12월
논문자료 [첨부파일 다운받기] 4. Cong Zhang, Kelin Li.pdf

James Joyce, as a clinician of his nation, employs symptomatology to expose the problems of the Irish people, thereby attempting to cure the Irish national malady which he calls “spiritual paralysis.” All his works can be regarded as such a remedy for this malady by way of enhancing the virtual power of an impersonal and nonorganic life, a life replacing the world of stagnancy and closure with a chaosmos of difference and becoming, and thus more possibility and vitality. In “Circe,” this is achieved first through the becoming-woman of Bloom, which singularizes Bloom out of the Irish majority. With it, all of “Circe” is involved in a block of becoming, disrupting all established logics and values so that Stephen Dedalus’s denial to his mother becomes a denial to all authoritarian control. The affirmative power endowing on Bloom’s becoming-woman then reconstructs “Circe” as a chaosmos where all possibilities of life occur, in which a true liberation of the Irish people can be imagined. 

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