サイトメニューここからこのページの先頭です

ショートカットキーの説明を開始します。画面遷移や機能実行は、説明にあるショートカットキーを同時に押した後、Enterキーを押してください。ショートカットキーの説明を聞くには、Alt+0。トップ画面の表示には、Alt+1。ログインを行うには、Alt+2。簡易検索画面の表示には、Alt+3。詳細検索画面の表示には、Alt+4。障害者向け資料検索画面の表示には、Alt+5。検索結果の並び替えを行うには、Alt+6。国立国会図書館ホームページの表示には、Alt+7。検索結果の絞り込みを行うには、Alt+8。以上でショートカットキーの説明を終わります。

ナビゲーションここから

ナビゲーションここまで

本文ここから

資料種別 -

フォークナーと南部 : 『八月の光』試論

佐々木, 真理

詳細情報

タイトル フォークナーと南部 : 『八月の光』試論
著者 佐々木, 真理
注記 According to William Faulkner, his most famous and splendid novel, The Sound and the Fury, comes from a moving image of a little girl up in a tree with her brothers watching her. She is the only one that is brave enough to climb the tree to look in the forbidden window. It is not too much to say that the fundamental idea in Faulkner's works is fully embodied in the muddy bottom of her drawers: the boys gaze at the girl with open admiration, but at the same time her drawers are covered with mud. The boys' admiration and hatred for the girl show the extent to which the otherness of a female would serve as material figurations of a male crisis in self-definition. It is now generally accepted that the works of William Faulkner introduce the distinct opposition between a male and a female as a way to oppose the self to the other. The matrix of the otherness of a female must be broadened to include the otherness of African Americans. The male/female opposition as well as the white/African Americans opposition functions in Faulkner's works as the very figure of the mechanisms of the dialectical self/other definition. One of the best indexes to the degree of Faulkner's concern with the binary opposition is in the representation of Joe Christmas in Light in August. It must be noted too that behind the story of Joe Christmas lies Faulkner's preoccupation with the cultural and political boundary between the South and the North. A major contention of this essay is to show the intimate and intricate association between the male/female and the white/African Americans opposition in Joe Christmas. I plan to concentrate Faulkner's conception of the self/other definition through the reading of Light in August in order to provide insight into the symbolic figure of the South. I hope that my argument will increase our understanding of the workings of the South in Faulkner's novels.
別タイトル FAULKNER AND THE SOUTH : A STUDY OF LIGHT IN AUGUST
出版年月日等 19980309
対象利用者 一般
掲載誌名 東京女子大学紀要論集
掲載巻 48
掲載号 2
掲載ページ 109~123

本文ここまで

Copyright © 2012 National Diet Library. All Rights Reserved.

フッター ここまで