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한국제임스조이스학회

한국제임스조이스학회 The James Joyce Society of Korea

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국문제목 예술의 탄생: 「프로테우스」, 부버와 함께 읽기
영문제목 The Birth of Art: Reading “Proteus” along with Martin Buber
저자 김철수
출처 61-85
28권
2호
발행년 2022년 12월
논문자료 [첨부파일 다운받기] 03_김철수.pdf

This paper aims to explore how the main character Stephen talks with the world through the ‘interior monologue’ based on the Jewish German philosopher Martin Buber’s ‘dialogic philosophy and aesthetics,’ and attempt a new approach to the analysis of the work. Buber’s theory of dialogic aesthetics is significant in the interpretation of “Proteus” because, in this episode concerning the symbolic fight between history and art, Stephen clearly shows his vision of the ‘eternal priest of art,’ which he regards as the ‘eternal You,’ in Buber’s terms, being worth substituting for the suggestion of the holy calling of priest in A Portrait of a Young Artist as a Young Man. Throughout Ulysses, this episode is characterized as a ‘threshold episode’ that connects Stephen’s world and Bloom’s world, and the main character realizes the importance of finding art through the dialogues with various ‘yous’ that he meets with his body one by one in many ‘I―It’ relationships. 

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이전글 Obsessed by Cleaning: A Subconsciousness on the Sanitary Reform Movement in Joyce's "Clay"
다음글 생과 사의 얽힘: 조이스의 『율리시스』의 「하데스」장에 겹쳐진 생명 탄생의 길과 죽음의 길