5인의 용사와 그들의 불안: 『드라큘라』에 나타난 지배와 타자의 문제

Title
5인의 용사와 그들의 불안: 『드라큘라』에 나타난 지배와 타자의 문제
Other Titles
Five Brave Men and Their Anxiety: the Problems of Dominance and Otherness in Dracula
Author(s)
김경식
Keywords
Bram Stoker; Dracula; Jack the Ripper; Oscar Wilde; Prostitution
Issue Date
201502
Publisher
신영어영문학회
Citation
신영어영문학, no.60, pp.31 - 48
Abstract
The New Studies of English Language & Literature 60 (2015): 31-48. Five men antagonizing Dracula and Vampires in Bram Stoker’s Dracula represent and defend sexual morality of Victorian Middle Class. At first Dracula and three Vampires obviously violate gender boundaries but the novel shows us that five brave men and their antagonized Vampires have much more similarities obscuring their differences. The novel makes the readers realize that the monstrosity can be applied to the five brave men as well as Dracula and Vampires according to the standard of the Victorian orthodox morality. Bram Stoker’s Dracula tries to erase the otherness itself constructed from the social and cultural hierarchy. The different notions of sexuality between Victorian social classes disclose the relationships between the ruler and the ruled, dominance and submission, and eventually the social mechanism of constructing otherness and monstrosity.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/33289
ISSN
1226-9670
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