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스페인어문학(구 서어서문연구)검색

Estudios Hispanicos


  • - 주제 : 어문학분야 > 서반어문
  • - 성격 : 학술지
  • - 간기: 계간
  • - 국내 등재 : KCI 등재
  • - 해외 등재 : -
  • - ISSN : 1738-2130
  • - 간행물명 변경 사항 : 서어서문연구(~2004) → 스페인어문학(2005~)
논문제목
수록 범위 : 85권 0호 (2017)
6,100
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In this paper we will try to show that the restrictive clauses limit the scope of their antecedent, but the non-restrictive clauses do not limit the scope of their antecedent. Based on the differences between the restrictive clauses and the non-restrictive ones, we will first propose some fundamental conditions to be restrictive and also to be non-restrictive. And then from the discursive point of view we will try to explain why the restrictive clauses behave differently from non-restrictive ones. It is necessary that this study attempts to deal only with relative subject pronouns, because the choice of the relative clause depends on the discourse element. The focused elements such as quantifiers, undefined, numerals, can be constructed only with restrictive relative, therefore this discursive process allows us to suppose that all the antecedents of the restrictive relative are focused. Unlike the restrictive relative, on the other hand, the non-restrictive clauses have the definite and specific antecedent that plays the role of topic. Finally, from the discursive point of view, we can conclude that the restrictive clauses and the non-restrictive ones depend on the focus and topic discursive category.
7,100
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This study aims to provide a semantic-syntactic approach to the clitic climbing phenomenon in which clitics of an embedded infinite verb appear attached to the main verb. Following the concept of types of features and feature valuation suggested by Pesetsky & Torrego (2007), I assume that the head C of CP can have either uninterpretable valued T feature or uninterpretable unvalued T feature. I propose that CP phase of the subordinate clause can be expanded to vP phase of the matrix clause when the main verb selects C with uninterpretable unvalued T feature and the phase extension can be applied to the clitic climbing constructions. Therefore, I argue that clitic climbing is related to the feature valuation of C and the possibility of phase extension of subordinate clause according to main verbs that subcategorize it, such as volitional verb, factive-emotive verb, epistemic verb, etc. Furthermore, I claim that a binding domain of the embedded clause provides evidence of this syntactic process of phase extension.
5,900
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Nowadays, the foreign language education in Korea is expanding the range and level of communication that is based on the competences of cultural understanding and information processing and its application. The purpose of the present study is to analyze the culture items of the CSAT Spanish I in order to guide item development in the future CSAT administrations. The culture items in the CSAT Spanish I are considered to be the most closely related to the competences of cultural understanding and information processing and its application. Since one of the purposes of the CSAT is to screen the examinees for college applications, it is necessary to see whether the CSAT difficulty could be well managed according to the examinees characteristics in order to discriminate among the examinees. Item difficulty was the focus of the analysis of the present study for this reason. Finding indicates that despite the constraints such as characteristics of the examinees, availability of vocabulary and grammar, item types and the test paper space, the culture items in the CSAT Spanish I generally met with the goals and achievement standards of the National Curriculum. Some suggestions were provided as to the CSAT Spanish I. First, the effort to utilize various topics or subject matters need to be kept. Second, the efforts needs to be given to develope knowledge-based items. Last, items or item types need to be made with the higher level of difficulty.

호세 이에로: 상실과 극복의 시학

남영우 ( Nam Youngwoo )
6,500
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This study aims to investigate the fundamental structure of Jose Hierro’s literary view of the world in his early poems. Jose Hierro was one of the most outstanding Spanish poets of the mid-twentieth century and won many important prizes including the Premio Cervantes. His first collection of poems Tierra sin nosotros, published in 1947, contains many works based on the tragic worldview. The protagonists of the poems lose the beautiful world just at the moment of experiencing the happiness in that space. On the other hand, another collection of poems published few months later, Alegria, shows the wishes of the protagonists to get over the hostile circumstances presented in Tierra sin nosotros. So the early literary worldview of Jose Hierro can be defined as that of loss and recovery. The following collection, Con las piedras, con el viento... published in 1950, is based on the Hierro’s personal experience of love, but this book also confirms the worldview of loss and recovery in its background. In the decades of the fifties and sixties, when the “poesia social” was in vogue, Hierro’s works maintained a certain distance from this predominant tendency, although the critics preferred to see similarities between one and another poetry. It is desirable to analyze the Hierro’s poetry of that period also in relation to his early literary worldview above observed.
6,000
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As we have seen, Cela’s Madera de boj depicts Galicia’s small cities, Muxia and Cabo de Finistierre, known as Costa de Muerte where he was born and grown up. Detailed description of the adjacent areas of Costa de Muerte, residents’ everyday life, culture and natures are covered in Madera de boj. Enormous stories about sinking ships and the dead in the wrecked ships show that this novel is based on the accumulated data and actual surveys conducted by the author himself. About 300 characters show Galicia’s various manners and customs throughout the whole novel. Cela uses shamanistic factors like myths and legends as the novel’s materials. There are stories about phantoms, devils, witches, and zombies repeatedly appearing in the novel. As the antipodes, there are specific mentions on pilgrimages and the contents of the bible as well. With this, he presents Galacia’s characteristic aspects abundantly through the combination of incompatible these two elements: the Catholic faith and idol worship. Cela motivates readers to capture the series of his affection, concern, identity, and respect for his hometown and folks.

큐비즘과 문학적 글쓰기

조민현 ( Cho Minhyun )
5,900
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In the early 20th century, Cubism broke away from previous painting conventions and created a new era for Contemporary art. However, the revolutionary change brought about by Cubism is not restricted to the field of painting but it can also be present in various arts such as literature, film, architecture and music. The correlation between Cubism and literature first appeared in the area of poetry based on visual images. However, looking at the relevance of these from only this perspective would be only a very superficial simplification of this aesthetic, which has brought about some revolutionary changes in modern aesthetics. Cubism is based on a new epistemological view of the world. In this context, we will look at the background and principles of Cubism in the early 20th century and explore through the literature of Gomez de la Serna, the pioneer of the Spanish avant-garde movement, how the principles are deeply embedded in literary writing as well. We will identify and analyze these principles within his work entitled El teatro en soledad, published in 1912 but not widely known among scholars, but not without previously paying attention to the Cubist elements which crowd the literary that genre he created, his much-applauded greguerias. Theater within the theater technique and superposition, multiple viewpoints, simultaneity and collage will play an important role in revealing the important influence of Cubism on his works.
6,600
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Using Hilde Lindemann's concept of counternarratives as discursive form that can repair damaged idenitites by master narratives, this essay analizes the work of Mapuche journalist Pedro Cayuqueo, in particular his chronicles. We aim to remark how the Mapuche community have constructed a discourse of resistance against the official history and the media which generally offer a deformed vision of the Mapuche identity. Reviewing historical aspects of the unequal struggle between the Chiliean State and the Mapuches, from the occupation on the late nineteenth century, through the Pinochet dictatorship and to the present after the return of democracy, with his chronicles Cayuqueo builds bridges that connect the past and the present of the Mapuche in Chile, rewriting a history that can have resonances even for the future. Along with other intellectuals in Chile, Pedro Cayuqueo forsees a future in which the Mapuche community can achieve political and social goals such as national liberation and historical reconstruction. These achievements could promote a closer relation with the diaspora, even the repatriation to form part of a renew Mapuche national unification.
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