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『동과 서의 만남』에 나타난 이민자들의 로맨스와 혼종화

Immigrants’ Romance and Hybridity in Younghill Kang’s East Goes West

영어영문학 v.55 no.2 , 2009년, pp.215 - 240   http://dx.doi.org/10.15794/jell.2009.55.2.001

This paper focuses on how Younghill Kang internalizes whiteness ideologythrough interracial romance to build himself as an oriental Yankee and recoverhis masculinity in his autobiographical novel East Goes West. This paperalso focuses on Kang’s strategy of racial and cultural hybridity presented inthis novel. The theoretical basis of my argument is a mixture of Fanon’s psychoanalysisin his Black Skin, White Masks, Bhabha’s notion of mimicry inThe Location of Culture, and notions related to race and gender of someAsian critics such as Patricia Chu, Jinqi Ling, and Lisa Lowe.In East Goes West, white women appear as “ladder of success” of successfulassimilation and serve as cultural mediators and instructors and sometimesadversaries who Korean male immigrants have to win to establish identities inwhich Americanness, ethnicity, and masculinity are integrated. However,three Korean men, Chungpa Han, To Wan Kim, George Jum, who fall in lovewith white women fail to win their beloveds in marriage. George Jum fails tosustain a white dancer, Jun’ interest. Kim wins the affection of HelenHancock, a New England lady, but Kim commits suicide when he knowsHelen killed herself because her family doesn’t approve their relationship.Han’s love for Trip remains vague, but Kang implies Han will continue hisquest for “the spiritual home” as the name of “Trip.”In East Goes West, Kang also attempts to challenge the imagining of a pure,monolithic, and naturalized white dominant U.S. Culture by exploring thecultural and racial hybridity shown by June and the various scenes of Halemin the 1920s. June who works for a Harlem cabaret is a white woman but shewears dark makeup. Kang questions the white face of America’s self-understandingand racial constitution of a unified white American culture throughJune’s racial masquerade. Kang shows that like Asian and black Americans,the white American also has an ambivalent racial identity through June’sblack mimicry and there is no natural and unchanging essence behind one’sgender and race identity constitution.

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