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《JOURNAL OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES》 2000-04
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Hamlet: Philosopher of Death in the Shadow of Political Ideology

HUANG Bi kang (The Department of English Language and Literature, Peking University, Beijing 100871, China)  
This article discusses the incompatibility between Hamlet's subjective consciousness and the political ideology represented by Claudius in Shakespeare's Hamlet It traces the process in which Hamlet repels the interpellation of the dominant ideology with his metaphysical intellectuality and sensibility In the process of ideological subjectification, Hamlet has neither been contained by the false consciousness of the state power nor captured by the conventional values system that dogmatizes moral imperatives This implicit expression of individuality, the article holds, is representational of the enlightenment inclination and ontological mentality present in early modern subject
【CateGory Index】: I106.3
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