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논문검색은 역시 페이퍼서치


Eo Mun Lon chong ( Korean Language and Literature )

  • - 주제 : 어문학분야 > 국문학
  • - 성격 : 학술지
  • - 간기: 계간
  • - 국내 등재 : KCI 등재
  • - 해외 등재 : -
  • - ISSN : 1225-3928
  • - 간행물명 변경 사항 : 어문논집(~1963)→어문론총(1964~)
수록 범위 : 50권 0호 (2009)

신소설에 나타난 인성명사 형성 접미사의 특징에 대하여

조민정 ( Min Jeong Jo )
This study aims at investigating distinct features of derivational suffixes that compose Human Noun in the Post-Modern Period. At that time, there are lots of derivational words, and some Human Noun were derived by attaching derivational suffixes like `-nim, -i, -kun, -jani/jaengi, -tongi`. Whenever we observe the history of language, we easily find that there are lots of changes of language, for example, vocabularies, grammars, and so on. Lots of vocabularies are formed newly and some didn`t be used anymore. Those phenomenon are easily found in suffixes, too. So this study would like to examine that language change was found in derivational suffixes in Post-Modern Period. First of all, we think about suffixes like `-nim`, `-i`, `-kun`, `-jangi/jaengi`, and `-tongi/-tungi`. These suffixes derived Human Noun. Those suffixes had something in common, but had nothing in common, specially in distribution, and meaning like [+honorific], [-honorific], [+Human]. This study shows that these suffixes get wider in functional load. For example `-nim`, `-i`, `-kkun` are attached to lots of roots, and compose lots of Human Noun than Post-Modern Period. However these days the distributional restriction of `-jani/-jaengi`, `-tongi` are narrower than that time, and also the meaning of `-jani/-jaengi`, `-tongi` are changed than before.

한,일어 이중주격론의 대조 분석 -삼상(三上) 장(章)설을 중심으로-

홍사만 ( Sah Man Hong )
Research in contrastive linguistics is noteworthy as it provides valuable observations that can be applied in foreign language education and as it allows shared theories attested in the languages under comparison. The current study compares the various accounts for the double-subject construction, which has received much attention in Korean and Japanese linguistics, and attempts to reveal their fundamentals. The existing theories on the phenomenon in the two languages have so far been overall compatible in terms of macro-micro subject theory, predicate clause theory, and topicalization theory. Nevertheless, the current paper offers critiques on `additional/vicarious function`(`兼務`/`代行`) that Mikami(三上) defended in 「zou-wa hana-ga nagai(象は鼻が長い)」. Additional/ vicarious function of topic marker {wa}(nun) argues that the nominative, accusative, locative, dative, and genitive case markers have. However, this is a misinterpretation caused from the omission of the case marker that follow {wa}(nun) as a result of topicalization. Topic markers cannot be argued to substitute the roles of other case markers.

<정해경전>의 구조적 특징과 여성 향유층의 욕망

김재웅 ( Jae Woong Kim )
, with 13 kinds of manuscripts remaining, is seen as enjoyed continuously by the females of scholar-families. This novel shows the change to organically combine the conflicts between a loyal retainer and a villainous one with those of stepmother-family novels. is noticeable in the way that it accepts the desire of female readers and systematic changes by distributing as a manuscript. Firstly, emphasizes transcendence and the token from heaven, which is the familiar descriptive device to female readers rather than male readers. Secondly, highlights the character of the mother involved in the events for her son. Thirdly, reflects the hope of a woman who wants to marry a remarkable man, managing a happy family. Next, there is the confrontation between the biological parents and the foster parents. In short, has the meaning in the way that heroic war stories lesson in it, but it reflects female desire and the change which appears variously later ages through extended marriage stories.

고소설에 나타난 성담론과 그 지향

이상구 ( Sang Gu Lee )
In Korean old novels, there are lots of statements that directly or indirectly point about the problems on the `sexual desire.` Considering these points as `sexual discourage`, it is necessary to look at those discourages in detail to figure out how those days` people recognize the sexual desire and how this understanding implies its meaning in terms of politics and society. Especially, in case of Chosun Dynasty where the problems on sexual desire cannot be stated directly in public, which makes it more difficult to find the related works, the statements or testimonies of old novels on those sexual-desire related problems are very valuable for studies. This essay is a trial, aiming to comprehensively collect those statements on sexual desire and to study the recognition and its implication of those days` people. In result, it is found that there are a variety of the statements on sexual desire and its related behaviors in love`s Jeongisoseol(傳奇小說), allegory novels, home and family novels, soetaesoseol(世態小說), length novels written in Chinese. Some of them are asserted in negative ways and some of them are mentioned in positive ways. The negative discourses on sexual desire mostly mention that sexual desire destroys a household and a nation, as well as personal body and mind. That is, sexual desire is the root of all individual and social vice. In addition, sexual desire is sometimes talked as a devil existence which has such a strong power that no one would never be able to defeat. This deeply reflects the idea and inclination of the feudal ruling class that tried maintaining patriarchal clan rules system, by oppressing sexual desire based on Confucian view of the world. The main descriptions of the positive discourse are sexual desire is an intrinsic attribute of all living creatures, coming from the reason of Ying and Yang. In other words, just like haphyacho(合歡草) and yeonlyjee(連理枝) and beickjoe(比翼鳥), the sexual desire between a male and a female should not be discouraged as it is a natural instinct which is derived from the reason of Ying and Yang. Furthermore, it affirms the sexual desire extremely, describing it as a driving force to move natural laws, as well as the root of humanity and all creation, saying `Morality comes from desire, desire comes from human beings composed of male and female,` `Human desire lets natural laws flow`. Such assertion is actually a reversed metaphysics view of humanity and of natural laws. In this view, those positive discourses on sexual desire can be considered as resistant discourses that repel against the view of Confucianism.
This is to report examples of literature therapy attempted with the medium of folktales to enable college students to acquire sound self-narrative. The ultimate goal of literature education should be to enrich students` sentiments and their lives through literary works. So I made a program to heal their traumas by guiding them to look at their lives with more positive and optimistic mind. This literary therapy was processed as follows. First, I have let the college students write their own life histories(self-narratives). Next, I asked them to read folktales individually and write their impressions of those stories. Thirdly, I organized group counseling to exchange their ideas about those stories freely. During the group counseling, I showed my own interpretation of the folktales to the students, from the viewpoint of literature therapy. And let them make the last description of their impressions about the stories. The last step of literature therapy is to verify the effect of literary therapy, by analyzing their last reports and comparing them with the first ones. As the result of this experiment, all students who participated in the literary therapy have admitted that their trauma was cured to a great extent. In conclusion, this research proved that the program, combined with literary therapy and the art of teaching, can generate exceptional synergy effects.

1930년대 안서 김억의 "작문론"에 나타난 작문관

김경남 ( Kyung Nam Kim )
This study aims to explain the 1930`s new perspective of writing reflected in the "Theory of Write" written by Anseo Kim Eok(岸曙 金億). He wrote many articles about the theory of Western Modern literature, Esperanto and Korean language problems. He published his writing theory in the Maeilsinbo(Newspaper published by Maeilsinbo Sa) from 12. 11. 1931. to 29. 11. 1931. These articles focused on the writing methods of letters. He thought that the purpose of writing was the presentation of individual mind and thought. He focused on the principles of communication. Good writing reflected the truth of the writer, clear expression and easy, beautiful style. These four elements were essential conditions to writing. In these times, many writers were interested in Korean rules of spelling and style, because the Korean rules of spelling were not yet established. The problem of character was an area of interest to many literary men. He divided written articles into two types; one was aimed at special readers, the other was focused on general readers. Letter writing was a goal that was very important for general readers. So the composition was written truthfully, lightly, easily and beautifully. The perspective of realistic writing in the 1930`s influenced various processes of Modern compositional education. Through the discussion of this paper, I will concluded that the theory of composition by Anseo are valid for these times.
Choi Je-woo, the founder of Donghak, established an ideology based on Korean traditional ideas and West European ideas. His contribution to the modernization of Korean Literature is significant. This article focuses on his representative literary work, Geumgyeol(劒訣) , which distinctly shows his ideology through many symbolic features. The intensity of Geum`s symbolism earns him a label as a national traitor, and eventually leads to his execution by the Chosun government, which feared the dangerous symbolism. Geumgyeol, however, was mainly sung during religious rituals, especially connected with the spirit of Hwarang in Silla, calling a divine spirit to enter into a human body for worshipping the heavens. It served a dual function as a religious ritual song and a military marching song of revolution with the ideology of resistance. `Shinmeong,` which sought to unite a man with the cosmos, was placed in the rhythm of sword song and sword dance. It made Donghak believers become united in one body. Shin Chae-ho was a thinker and a writer who emphasized the importance of national independence and identity. He valued Nangga`s thought of nationality more than foreign ideology, which was mainly Confucianism and Buddhism during his time. He presented his thoughts through his literary works. Kkumhanul(꿈하늘), which contains a poem called Kalbulum(칼부름) that showed Nangga`s ideology of nationalism and reflect Hwarang`s militaristic spirit. In Danjae, sword is not just a simple object, but symbolizes its spirit and ideology that passes over the object. He insisted that Koreans take violent retaliation methods against the Japanese rule, and stressed that the only way of survival was contingent upon winning the war against Japan and overcoming the Japanese rule. Therefore, the sword for him was not only a physical tool in the military struggle for existence, but also a weapon of ideology in his revolution, which are reflected in his Kalbulum song. Kalbulum, a song of swords, is deeply related with modern Korean history. Donghak revolution is linked directly with Geumgyeol, and Ahn Chang-ho`s Kyeogkeumga(擊劍歌) was called the March 1st Movement. Geumgyeol of Donghak, Ahn Chang-ho`s Kyeogkeumga, Shin Chae-ho`s Kalbulum and other songs of swords serve as a metaphor of Korea`s modern spirit of independence, combativeness and revolutionary ideology.

박목월 후기시의 은유 분석 -"어머니" 시를 중심으로-

박선영 ( Sun Young Park )
The purpose of this article is to study Park, Mok Wol`s aesthetic renovation by analyzing metaphors appearing in his latter term collection of `mother` poems such as 『Mother』 and 『Large and Soft Hand』 and by showing newly generated poetic meaning and tension. For this study, Hrushovski`s theory of the frame of reference is used. In Chapter 2, the metaphor of life being formed by `existence` of mother is discussed. In his poems, centering on the space of `home`, status of existence/absence of mother forms metaphorical relationship. `Home` secures life force with the existence of mother and maternal life force existing in the memory appears by becoming realized. In Chapter 3, the metaphor of transformation being formed by `omnipresence` of mother is discussed. In his poems, mother has an attribute of omnipresence and thereby metaphorical chains by means of multi-layered frame of reference are formed. At that time, mother is transformed as a deity and obtains transcendence. In Chapter 4, unification metaphor being formed through `mediation` of mother is discussed. In his poems, mother is the existence that mediates poetic speaker and the Absolute. As mother as the transcendent existence becomes identified with the poetic speaker, in the end, the poetic speaker, mother and the Absolute become unified. As such, in `mother` poems appearing in Park, Mok Wol`s latter term poems, metaphor of life by means of `existence`, metaphor of transformation by means of `omnipresence`, and metaphor of unification by means of `mediation` are formed. In his poems, variously layered frame of reference is combined as metaphorical relationship and thereby creates poetic meaning and tension, through which recognitional extension and renovation are revealed.

한국전쟁 전후(前後) 문학 매체의 현황과 성격 연구

박용찬 ( Yong Chan Park )
Media for literature works during Pre-and-Post Korean War were being changed with discontinuance of existing media and birth of new media. In this time, dominant ideology was affected in the field of literature and new discourse, its reproduction, begun to spread. `Si-mun hwak(詩文學)` and `Munyea(文藝)` were published just before the Korean War, and after the Korean war, two media are similar in that they accepted the nationalism ideology throughout the planning of media that is called `War Publications`. Both of them tried to express pure literature works than political works. However, because of the Korean War, they couldn`t but revise the basic strategy of media. They basically edited media with nationalism ideology that is based on anti-communism in order to keep the field of pure literature. Anti-communism was the major discourse of the time of the Korean War and just after the Korean War, and after 1950s, it was continuously reproduced as the major discourse of the circle of literature. In the crisis of nation, `pure` literature based on ideological basis of the right writers broadened the field of its existence throughout the publication of various war-media, its edition and planning. The big historical change, the Korean War, affected on the existing literature media, and consequently it affected on its composing discourse. Various literature media called by nationalism ideology during the Koran War added more strong identified ideology to literature media. The viewpoint of the nationalism based on anti-communism was reflected on composition and planning of literature media in this time. Media editors and writers in this time raised this ideology as sublime ideology throughout the symbol like `star`, `flower`, and `flag`.

우주 동일체로서의 상화 시의 자장

송기한 ( Ki Han Sohng )
This paper studies the features of infinity senses of lee sang hwa and analyzes the modern poetry world of lee sang hwa. It is times pointed out that infinity and finite senses of lee sang hwa was features of modern korean poetry. His infinity and universe of lee sang hwa has been involved features the first stage modern korean poetry. That is infinity and eternal, self in infancy period. Especially it restarted experience of infinity and finite, universe, nature with that period. And that was resisted the limit of life. The poetical investigation of lee sang hwa, as we pointed out in his text, embodies a start of modern korean poetry, especially in the universe. That is to say, his infinity and finite, have the opportunity to understand in his first poetry. The infinity and finite, united world and recover is the important concept the first stage modern korean poetry. This work is the first stage departing from his infinity and finite. That is the theme of in poetry of lee sang hwa.
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