영문 에세이 - 미국 문학 소개 ( 영문으로 소개 )
✐ America: a Nation of Immigrants
✐ Asian American Literature: the Parameters
✐ Discrimination (차별화) and Marginalization (주변화)
✐ First Generation, Second Generation, and 1.5 Generation
✐ Mother-Daughter Plot (모녀 플롯)
✐ Orientalism (오리엔탈리즘)
✐America: a Nation of Immigrants
As Korea seeks to prepare itself for the new era of Globalization, English education in Korean universities have in recent years been geared towards arming the students with practical English skills such as English conversation and composition. Toward this end more and more universities are vigorously hiring what is now commonly known as "Native Speakers." When we talk of `Native Speakers` from America we tend to conjure up images of conjure up images of: ∼을 떠올리다.
tall, fair skinned, blued eyed, and perhaps blond foreigners. The qualifier `native` is perhaps an unfortunate misnomer unfortunate misnomer: 유감스러운 이름상의 실수
in that the only true Natives of America are American Indians (appropriately referred to as Native Americans), who populated the North American continent centuries before the arrival of Christopher Columbus in mid 15th century. Who then is `an American`?
We can easily lose sight of the fact that America is, as the eminent poet Walt Whitman put it, "not a nation but a teeming of nations," and as such its national identity entails an ever widening array of ever widening array of: 점점 더 다양성의 폭이 넓어지는