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KCI등재 학술저널

미국 원주민 주체의식의 탈주와 백인 패권주의에 대한 유쾌한 도발

아메리칸 인디언 드라마 포그혼

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Hanay Geiogamah’s play Foghorn (1973) is in many ways opposite to the early American Indian dramas produced by white playwrights. The play is written by a Native American writer, thereby consciously projecting the Native American subjectivity and perspective. Consequently, American Indian characters in the play are free from the tragic fate of death. Foghorn traces on stage the painful history of Native Americans that has been continuing for centuries since Columbus’ discovery of the New World. With the historical moments being recalled to the present, the theatrical device and motif of ‘playful provocation’ consistently dominates the play and serves as key strategy to drive the distinction of Foghorn from the literary tradition of ‘tragic Indian’ established by white writers. By exploring the mechanism in which Native Americans’ resistance to white supremacy is maneuvered through the playful provocation strategy, this study claims that Geiogamah attempts to regain the Native American subjectivity as the ‘original owner’ of America, which has long been lost and subsequently forgotten as absent.

I. 들어가며

II. 학살의 형이상학: 백인의 명백한 운명과 아메리칸 방식

III. 앨커트래즈 점거: 인디언의 명백한 운명과 아메리칸 방식

IV. 돈의 비: 백악관의 패권주의적 정치공학과 속물근성

V. 유쾌한 도발: 백인-인디언 위계구도 전복

VI. 나가며

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