모호함의 시학—셰익스피어의 크로노토프 읽기

Title
모호함의 시학—셰익스피어의 크로노토프 읽기
Other Titles
Poetics of Ambiguity: Reading Shakespeare’s Chronotope
Author(s)
임이연
Keywords
셰익스피어; 크로노토프; 바흐친; 신역사주의; 보편주의; 시대착오; 지역 읽기; Shakespeare; chronotope; Bakhtin; New Historicism; universalism; anachronism; local reading
Issue Date
201003
Publisher
한국영어영문학회
Citation
영어영문학, v.56, no.1, pp.3 - 23
Abstract
This essay questions and attempts to answer why and how Shakespeare set his plays in time and space other than his own England. Bakhtin’s concept of chronotope as integrated time-space offers a model of establishing “a historical poetics.” Shakespeare’s chronotope has been either negated as mere names for transcendental ideas by universalists, or reduced to a “cover” for contemporary England by historicists. Refuting such either/or approach, this essay claims chronotopic dynamics of both/and as Shakespeare’s intentional poetics of ambiguity. While Shakespeare clearly wants to build fictional chronotope distant from reality and does so through verbal repetition, character names, alternation of locales and speaking directly to the audience, he also brings in reality through the figure of clowns and the theatrical space of platea. Anachronism and topological errors ensuing from chronotopic collision register desire to produce multiple meanings. Shaped by historical forces such as Renaissance poetics, education, censorship and new geography, chronotopic form itself is a witness of historicity as much as the coded ideological messages New Historicists industriously delve out. Shakespeare’s chronotopic dynamism offers the space for dialogue and appropriation to modern readers, a practice no less worthwhile than history lesson.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/22696
ISSN
1016-2283
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