성선생님의 폭로로 졸고의 소재를 공개하지 않을 수 없게 되었군요.
교양소설에 대한 제 논문이란 것은, "[아들과 연인]에 나타난 교양의 문제--
교양소설의 이념과 관련하여"로, [영어영문학] 2000년 가을(제45권 3호)에
실린 것입니다. 거기서 교양소설의 개념을 가지고 길게 이야기하지는 않았지만,
아마도 그런 개념을 일관되게 들먹거리면서 [아들과 연인]을 논의한
의외로 드문 글이 아닌가^^ 사료하는 바입니다.
교양소설에 대한 영어로 된 참고문헌과 논문초록을 소개합니다.
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Minden, Michael. The German Bildungsroman: Incest and Inheritnace. Cambridge: Univ. of Cambridge Press, 1997.
Moretti, Franco. The Way of the World: The Bildungsroman in European Culture. London: Verso, 1987.
Schwartz, Daniel R. The Transformation of the English Novel 1890-1930: Studies in Hardy, Conrad, Joyce, Lawrence, Forster, Woolf. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1989.
Shaffner, Randolph. The Apprenticeship Novel. New York: Peter Lang, 1983.
Williams, Raymond. Culture and Society, 1780-1950. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1961.
Where the question of modernity matters, the idea of culture becomes central. With its concern on the fusion of individual perfection and social integration, the idea of culture has been established as the dominant value and ideology in modern bourgeois society. This essay, which reads D.H. Lawrence's Sons and Lovers as a Bildungsroman, proposes to elucidate how this contradictory nature of culture as perfection and integration is symbolically represented in the work. In opposition to the general idea of modern literature, which tends to make any supposed totality in literary works outmoded, and to foreground themes of division and fissure of self and society, Lawrence tries to revitalize but not to wholly abandon a vision of totality in his work. Hence the importance of the Bildungsroman frame to this work. Sons and Lovers can be interpreted as a significant attempt to realize some possibilities of a cultural ideal which assumes totality of self and society. Focusing on the contradictory effects of acculturation represented in this work, this essay explains how it is different from, and even opposed to, ordinary Bildungsromans, and how, through its adaptation of the traditional narrative form, it ascertains the basic desire for culture to realize an impossible unity of self and society.