The Discourse of Madness in Plath`s and Gilman`s Pathology
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( Gum Hee Che )
현대영어영문학 2013년, 제57권 제1호, 311~326페이지(총16페이지)
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    Che, Gum-Hee. “The Discourse of Madness in Plath`s and Gilman`s Pathology”. Modern Studies in English Language & Literature 57.1 (2013): 311-26. Highlighting the lack of communication between a male doctor (the observer) and a female patient (the observed), Plath and Gilman subvert the role of the observer (the master of madness), who fills himself with doctrines and myths of reason, and discredit his clinical diagnosis and treatment, believing that pathology as such cannot explain the unconscious of her psyche. Escaping the symmetrical polar opposition between the doctor and the patient, they reveal that the objectivity of the unconscious is an illusion and her psyche may not be approached by reason and observation. The discourse of madness in Plath and Gilman`s pathology presents a very thin layer between sanity and madness, which may open the door to a wider outlook on the relation between the human psyche and the unconscious. As there is no distinct line between sanity and madness, it would not be easy for one to find any definite borderline between the doctor and the patient. (Chungbuk National University)
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