헴릿의 광기: 탈영토적 욕망기계


Hamlet's Madness: A Deterritorialized Desiring Machine


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This paper is an essay about the deterrritorialization of Hamlet's madness in Hamlet. His madness has been generally interpreted as his helpless and hopeless anxiety. Critics and readers have criticized him as vacillating and indeterminate. Many psycho-analysts have regarded Hamlet in dilemma as caged in a paranoiac and oedipalized state. If Gilles Deleuze's terms are employed to illuminate Hamlet's madness, a new argument will be made that Hamlet's madness results in a more creative achievement because his madness is a deterritorialized desiring machine to generate schizophrenic power and potential. Ghost of King Hamlet is an effective medium by which Hamlet's infantile subconscious is motivated to stretch into the mature domain of truth and fact. Through the ghost's appearance, Hamlet begins to strengthen the force of his internal desire to find out who is the murderer of King Hamlet. The new interpretation of Hamlet's madness subverts the conventional one in that his madness is acknowledged to be active and positive. And the interpretation deconstructs the paranoiac oedipal structure built by the conservative interpretive community of Hamlet. Accordingly, a black or white question whether Hamlet is mad or not might be avoided. Being creative and critical, Hamlet is schizophrenically engrossed in his quest for truth and fact as a deterritorialized subject on a line of flight.


1. 서론
 2. 본론
  (1) 햄릿의 유령
  (2) 햄릿의 시간
  (3) 헴릿의 광기와 정신분열
  (4) 탈영토적 욕망기계
 3. 결론


  • 추재욱 Jae-uk Choo. 중앙대학교


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