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DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.14354/yjk.2020.61.79
예이츠 희곡의 영웅으로서 쿠헐런과 이머
중국 화북공정대학교 영어 교수 충북대학교 사범대학 영어교육과 교수
receipt acknowledged: Mar. 15, 2020. revision received: Apr. 15, 2020. publication approved: Apr. 20, 2020.
Cuchulain and Emer as Yeatsian Hero and Heroine in His Cuchulain Plays
Kang,
Professor of English at Hebei University of Engineering
rofessor of English at Chungbuk National University
Abstract
Yeats’s play Sophocles’ Oedipus King implies the spirit of the times. Social idealism and artistic orientation of Yeats’s era focus on absurdity to overcome the taboos faced by Oedipus. The ethical taboos and social absurdities of the society Yeats and Sophocles lived are in contrast. Despite the age differences between the two societies, Yeats is focusing on overcoming ethical taboos and artistic philosophical absurdities through Oedipus. The name-calling of forgotten heroes, an artistic absurdity, implies an existential art philosophy that transcends the foundation of sexuality and violence. Such a meeting with Yeats’s artistic soul is valuable in that it is a spiritual conversion technique that awakens people to head toward future ideals beyond the sensuous taboos of reality.

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