ALIENS IN LIGHT IN AUGUST / LIGHT IN AUGUST’DAKİ YABANCILAR

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Yabancılaşma bir uyumlu olarak karışmama duygusudur. Bu duygu kendisini fiziksel, psikolojik, ekonomik, zihinsel, sosyal, dini, siyasi ya da manevi gibi farklı şekillerde açığa çıkarabilir. ‘Yabancılaşma’ terimi Amerikan edebiyatında yaygın bir şekilde kullanılan bir terim olmasa bile, kendisini bir çok yirminci yüzyıl yazarlarının eserlerinde oldukça sık ve aktif bir şekilde gösteren bir sorundur. Yabancılaşma sorununu kıskacına alan çağdaş yazarlar arasında, William Faulkner’ın eserlerindeki yirminci yüzyıl insanının kendini arayışını tasvir eden etkili beyanları yabancılaşmış olma duygusunun korkunç yönlerini okuyucunun gözleri önüne sermektedir. Bu yazı Faulkner’ın Light in August eserinde bulunan muhtelif kişilerdeki yabancılaşma izlerini ortaya çıkarmak ve soyutlanmalarının esas nedenlerini araştırmaya çalışmaktadır.

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Yabancılaşma; kendini-yabancılaştırma; sosyal yabancılaşma; uzaklaşma; yabancı

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