Naru's Happy Travel
DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.14354/yjk.2002.18.159
예이츠 시에서의 갈등의 양상과 그 통합의 상징
건국대
Yeats‘s Symbols for Unity of Dualistic Aspects in Human Life
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Abstract
Through his long poetic career from 1885 to 1939 Yeats was preoccupied with the dualistic nature in this world - the ideal against the real, body against sou, and Self against Anti-self. He was aware that these conflicts and contradictions are necessary for the mental growth in man and through the struggles between these opposites one may achieve the state of the whole. In his attitude toward life Yeats embraced with open mind both what he is and what he wants bo be. The two opposites are co-existent and inseparable to be united into the Whole Being. Yeats has applied the symbols of ‘sexual union’ and ‘dance’ to his poetry in order to express ecstatic experience of ‘Unity of Being.’ This paper traces up Yeats’s attitudes toward life, and studies the aspects of conflicts and contradictions, through which one may attain the ‘Unity of Being,’ the ideal that Yeats had searched in his poetry and other activities.

 

  

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