『시를 위한 변론』에 나타난 시드니의 갈등

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This paper explores the various dilemmas covertly represented in Sir Philip Sidney"s An Apology for Poetry The Apology is not only a passive defense of poetry which is in a lamentable condition, but also a confident celebration of the limitless capacity of poetry and a critical analysis of its failure. It is, among other things, Sidney"s defense of himself, his reputation as a courtier, as an protestant activist, as a soldier, as a politician, and finally as a poet. Like any other literary work of Sidney"s, there is a slippery quality in the Apology, which invites us to be unusually alert. At every stage of its argument, there are inconsistencies and implications that discourage us from taking the Apology at a face value. Sidney deals with the most important issue of the defense of English poetry in the most marginalized part of Digression, which, while emphasizing the inferior condition of English poetry, effectively reveals that to marginalize poetry is a mistake. In this most stylish and confident work of literary theory, Sidney reveals his confusion, uncertainty, and anxieties not only about poetry but also about himself as a courtier-poet. He struggles with the right identity of poetry as well as with his own true identity. He is uncertain about the rightful future of poetry as well as his own future. Through the defense of poetry, Sidney makes an eloquent defense of himself, criticizing the government of the day. Sidney reveals frustrated political ambition and offers an oblique criticism of Elizabeth I, whose placatory foreign policy has rendered her subjects, like him, idle. But most of all, Sidney"s work grapples with the inevitable gaps between the ideal and the reality; with his anxiety between political ambition and frustration; with the tension between the ideal poetry and the corrupt practice of poetry of the period. The Apology embodies the tension of the Elizabethan court in the early modern period.

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This paper explores the various dilemmas covertly represented in Sir Philip Sidney's An Apology for Poetry The Apology is not only a passive defense of poetry which is in a lamentable condition, but also a confident celebration of the limitless capacity of poetry and a critical analysis of its failure. It is, among other things, Sidney's defense of himself, his reputation as a courtier, as an protestant activist, as a soldier, as a politician, and finally as a poet. Like any other literary work of Sidney's, there is a slippery quality in the Apology, which invites us to be unusually alert. At every stage of its argument, there are inconsistencies and implications that discourage us from taking the Apology at a face value. Sidney deals with the most important issue of the defense of English poetry in the most marginalized part of Digression, which, while emphasizing the inferior condition of English poetry, effectively reveals that to marginalize poetry is a mistake. In this most stylish and confident work of literary theory, Sidney reveals his confusion, uncertainty, and anxieties not only about poetry but also about himself as a courtier-poet. He struggles with the right identity of poetry as well as with his own true identity. He is uncertain about the rightful future of poetry as well as his own future. Through the defense of poetry, Sidney makes an eloquent defense of himself, criticizing the government of the day. Sidney reveals frustrated political ambition and offers an oblique criticism of Elizabeth I, whose placatory foreign policy has rendered her subjects, like him, idle. But most of all, Sidney's work grapples with the inevitable gaps between the ideal and the reality; with his anxiety between political ambition and frustration; with the tension between the ideal poetry and the corrupt practice of poetry of the period. The Apology embodies the tension of the Elizabethan court in the early modern period.

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