Wallace Stevens’s “Necessary Angel” as Relationship between the Map and the Territory

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발행기관 : 새한영어영문학회 수록지정보 : 새한영어영문학 / 53권 / 3호
저자명 : Thompson Erik Robb

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Ⅰ. Introduction
Ⅱ. Stevens’s Web of Relations
Ⅲ. Necessity: Human and Natural
Ⅳ. The Angel: Imagination or Fancy
Ⅴ. “Angel Surrounded By Paysans” and “Dance of the Macabre Mice”
Ⅵ. Conclusion
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Abstract

한국어 초록

Alfred Korzybski’s dictum that the map is not the territory provides the basis for a cultural analysis of Wallace Stevens’s “necessary angel.” Using this distinction, the cultural construct of the necessary angel can be understood to comprise a relationship between the discrete categories of the map and the territory. Unlike Gyorgyi Voros’s and other ecocritics who stress the relationship in Stevens’s poetry between the verbal and natural world, this article does not aim to demonstrate Stevens’s interest in the natural environment. More narrowly, it examines the necessary angel within a cultural map-territory framework, specifically in two poems, “Angel Surrounded by Paysans” and “Dance of the Macabre Mice.” This article applies the concept of the necessary angel as metaphor for an ecological relationship between a culture and its cultural territory to the analysis of these poems. At stake in the aptness of this metaphor is the cultural-ecological pertinence of the imagination to cultural experience. For example, the angel’s poetic mediation in these poems reveals whether they signify a healthy adaptation to a cultural territory or an unhealthy one.

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Alfred Korzybski’s dictum that the map is not the territory provides the basis for a cultural analysis of Wallace Stevens’s “necessary angel.” Using this distinction, the cultural construct of the necessary angel can be understood to comprise a relationship between the discrete categories of the map and the territory. Unlike Gyorgyi Voros’s and other ecocritics who stress the relationship in Stevens’s poetry between the verbal and natural world, this article does not aim to demonstrate Stevens’s interest in the natural environment. More narrowly, it examines the necessary angel within a cultural map-territory framework, specifically in two poems, “Angel Surrounded by Paysans” and “Dance of the Macabre Mice.” This article applies the concept of the necessary angel as metaphor for an ecological relationship between a culture and its cultural territory to the analysis of these poems. At stake in the aptness of this metaphor is the cultural-ecological pertinence of the imagination to cultural experience. For example, the angel’s poetic mediation in these poems reveals whether they signify a healthy adaptation to a cultural territory or an unhealthy one.

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