『압살롬과 아키토펠』의 풍자와 수사적 전략

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Dryden wrote Absalom and Achitophel in 1681, in the time of the political turmoil caused by the Popish Plot. Absalom and Achitophel is the best-known political poem written in English and a poem of brilliant rhetorical strategies. In this poem, the contemporary political conflict is described as the biblical story of Absalom"s rebellion against his father, King David. That is to say, the biblical references were applied to the contemporary situation and Charles II is identified with King David. Dryden was forced to adopt the camouflage of conventional rhetoric to write on affairs of state in the later seventeenth century because of diverse and contradictory political interests of the contemporary readers. In this paper, I will explore satire and the rhetorical strategies in Absalom and Achitophel. As Zwicker argues, “to assume throughout that Dryden is a truth-teller is to narrow our understanding of the character of his achievement both as poet and polemicist, of the ways in which art and politics are bound in Absalom and Achitophel.” From this perspective, I will examine the rhetorical strategies used in the portrayal of the chief characters. The most frequently remembered moments in Absalom and Achitophel are the celebrated portraits, particularly those of David, Achitophel, and Zimri. In the individual portraits the biblical mask enables Dryden to exhibit the qualities the royalists constantly satirized not through burlesque logic and action, but by sly reference to the scripture.

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Dryden wrote Absalom and Achitophel in 1681, in the time of the political turmoil caused by the Popish Plot. Absalom and Achitophel is the best-known political poem written in English and a poem of brilliant rhetorical strategies. In this poem, the contemporary political conflict is described as the biblical story of Absalom's rebellion against his father, King David. That is to say, the biblical references were applied to the contemporary situation and Charles II is identified with King David. Dryden was forced to adopt the camouflage of conventional rhetoric to write on affairs of state in the later seventeenth century because of diverse and contradictory political interests of the contemporary readers. In this paper, I will explore satire and the rhetorical strategies in Absalom and Achitophel. As Zwicker argues, “to assume throughout that Dryden is a truth-teller is to narrow our understanding of the character of his achievement both as poet and polemicist, of the ways in which art and politics are bound in Absalom and Achitophel.” From this perspective, I will examine the rhetorical strategies used in the portrayal of the chief characters. The most frequently remembered moments in Absalom and Achitophel are the celebrated portraits, particularly those of David, Achitophel, and Zimri. In the individual portraits the biblical mask enables Dryden to exhibit the qualities the royalists constantly satirized not through burlesque logic and action, but by sly reference to the scripture.

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