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The Journal of Yeongju Language & Literature


  • - 주제 : 어문학분야 > 언어학
  • - 성격 : 학술지
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  • - ISSN : 1598-9011
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수록 범위 : 18권 0호 (2009)

제주도 "구덕"과 "차롱" 이름

김순자 ( Soon Ja Kim )
영주어문학회|영주어문  18권 0호, 2009 pp. 5-34 ( 총 30 pages)
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The people of Jeju have used baskets called ``Jokdae`` or ``Suridae`` which are made of bamboo. Among those bamboo baskets are ``Gudeok`` and "Charong``. ``Gudeok`` is also named ``Baguri`` or ``Bagumji``. The name ``Gudeok`` formed from two morphemes: ``gud`` meaning a hollow and a nominal suffix ``-eok``. ``Gudeok`` has its name because it has a hollow space for storing. The name ``Charong`` consists of ``cha`` meaning ``tea`` and ``rong`` meaning ``bamboo``. The types and names for ``Gudeok`` and ``Chanrong`` vary from region to region in Jeju. There are several names of ``Gudeok`` depending on material, size, shape, function and how to carry. Each of them has its own name. There are 83 different names for ``Gudeok`` including ``Cholgudeok``, ``Melgudeok``, ``Deulreulgudeol``, and ``Jilgudeol``, named according to how to carry. ``Charong`` is called ``Charong``, ``Goryeong``, or ``Sangji``. The baskets have different names depending on the size and function. A bamboo basket with a cover used to contain rice cake is called ``Ddeok Charong`` or ``Ddeok Goryeong``; a bamboo basket with a cover for storing boiled rice is called ``Bob Charong`` or ``Bob Chabanji``; a bamboo basket for sacrificial food offerings is called ``Jemul Charong`` or ``Jemul Sangji``. Including bamboo baskets used as a lunch box named ``Dong Goryeong``, ``Dong Gonyang``, or ``Bob Dangseok``, there are 35 names for ``Charong`` in total. This study does not make an exhaustive investigation into all the types and names of ``Gudeok`` and ``Charong`` in Jeju because the regions surveyed are limited. It also does not cover regional differences more specifically, nor does it find out cultural features, leaving a subsequent study followed.

「만덕전(萬德傳)」과 관련(關聯) 한시(漢詩)가 지닌 지역문학적(地域文學的) 가치(價値)

부영근 ( Yeong Geun Bu )
영주어문학회|영주어문  18권 0호, 2009 pp. 35-59 ( 총 25 pages)
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It is very interesting and notable that Jae-gong Chae, the chief minister who assisted King Jeongjo in the late era of Joseon dynasty, created a novel titled "Mandeokjeon" on the basis of a regional narrative about Mandeok, a heroine who contributed to saving Jeju islanders from famine even in the capacity of woman under confusing circumstances in the late era of Joseon dynasty, so that this novel has been a model even for the literature of follow-up generations. And a fact that Jeju Island was the background of this work may imply that it could be useful as a good substance of regional literature. In particular, it is wonderful that a local woman played a major role in such heroic story, although contemporary high officials tended to view and diagnose her deeds from the standpoint of their partisan coloring. Ironically, this heroic real story indicates that regional matter was re-spotlighted as a social issue in the center of national power. On the other hand, it becomes a good story helpful for improving the standing of Jeju Island and understanding the contemporary circumstances. Therefore, this story is valuable as a substance for researching in regional literatures, and it is possible the duty of literary people that is to make positive use of this substance, create a new story and thereby tell it to our contemporary people. This study summed up and narrated Chinese traditional poems related to Mandeok along with "Mandeokjeon", and thereby discussed the backgrounds of their literary creation. As a result, this study could come to a conclusion that "Mandeokjeon" and related Chinese poems are so valuable works as regional literatures.

권칙(權칙) 찬(撰) 『시인요고집(詩人要考集)』의 일본 전래와 간행의 의미

구지현 ( Jea Hyoun Koo )
영주어문학회|영주어문  18권 0호, 2009 pp. 61-86 ( 총 26 pages)
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The book Siinyogo Collection(詩人要考集) that Gwon Chik (權칙, 1599~1667) compiled is an anthology of poems that was published in Kyoto, Japan, in 1695. The book contains 50 poems that Gwon Chik selected from another book which was compiled by Cai Zheng-Sun titled TangsongqianjiaLianzhushige(唐宋千家聯珠詩格) in South Song Period, as well as his own portrait paintings of poets. When Gwon Chik participated in the diplomatic mission to Japan as an administrative diplomat(Imunhakgwan) in 1636, he had carried his own personal compilation of SiinyogoCollection. As a Joseon Scholar, he not only actively began written exchanges with Japanese scholars but also caused Chinese poems to become an important means of communication between the two countries. During tha tprocess, SiinyogoCollection was delivered to a Japanese scholar. Afterwards, as Japan`s scholarship of Korean literature developed and its commercial publishing flourished, SiinyogoCollection became translated into Japanese and published with explanatory notes. SiinyogoCollection, which had reinterpreted Lianzhushige(聯珠詩格) as a selected compilation of poems with strong pictorial elements for the purpose of artistic appreciation, had been turned into a handbook for learning Chinese poetry. However, to the Japanese who were unfamiliar with Chinese poetry, it was likely to have been received as an easy and enjoyable book through which they could get a glimpse of the massive compilation of scholarly poems in Lianzhushige(聯珠詩格). Traces of SiinyogoCollection`s influence can be found in the works of YosaBuson(與謝蕪村).

문학치료의 과정으로 본 「민옹전」

신혜금 ( Hea Geum Shin )
영주어문학회|영주어문  18권 0호, 2009 pp. 87-110 ( 총 24 pages)
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In this research of Park Ji-won , "Minongjeon" Storytellers and stories through the therapeutic features to see what was in reality. To do so, the traditional "minongjeon" therapeutic approach for the field of psychotherapy in a more even treatment of the literature, some features are there? How do I set up a healer and a patient literature in treatment and healing process, How is deployment? If the initial, medium, a gradual flow is terminated, and the role of literature in each step, something that looked at which ones are important tasks done. In particular, a narrator the type of encounters taken to record "Minongjeon" treatment in the literature of the early, middle course, the latter termate, and the flow is well exposed to the termination of treatment in the literature can be called war criminals. Treatment with him in the process of metaphor and allegory to Minong`s story implied in the literature treat the volume as a parameter, and that will be of important significance. It works as well as depression, dealing with the problem in the actual pathology of the life story and the story is able to reconstruct the lives of others, the literature has shown that treatment of the principles and values. The therapeutic potential of our literature and form, orientation, tradition, and I think some will be say.

식민지 시기 한국 작가의 하이쿠 창작 양상과 과제

허경진 ( Kyoung Jin Hur ) , 박혜민 ( Hea Min Park )
영주어문학회|영주어문  18권 0호, 2009 pp. 111-132 ( 총 22 pages)
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This paper aims to examine the aspects of Haiku which was written by Korean during the colonial era and present the possibility of future study. To date, there has been minimal research regarding Japanese literature by Korean because of the colonial experience. However, Japanese literature by Korean is widely researched from the postcolonial angle, Even though much has been said about Japanese poetry and fiction, Haiku is still vastly unexplored. According to which is edited by Omura masuo·Hotei tosihiro, there are 780 Haiku works among about 5000 Japanese literature works by Korean. This paper will focus on the characteristic of the journal which contains 780 Haiku works, the classification based on the period and topic. Haiku works were recorded on 13 kinds of journal and the first one written by Lee Mikil was on press in 1916. Haiku works had been actively created from 1929 to 1933 and then gradually disappeared. Based on the topic, there are noticeable characteristics. 1) life style in those days and Korean spelling 2) from 1930s to 1940s: China-Japan War and the Pacific War. Korean people created Haiku spontaneously while fiction and poetry were created by Japanese fascism. Not only a study on Haiku, but the view point to Korean literature should be diversified.

지역문학운동의 유효성과 방향

김동윤 ( Dong Yun Kim )
영주어문학회|영주어문  18권 0호, 2009 pp. 133-158 ( 총 26 pages)
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Local literature should be the one that has an eye to the world, based on local activities. At this stage, local literary works have their meanings only when they free themselves from defeatism by realizing the problems of nationalism and Seoul Centerism. Therefore, local movements should be campaigned with confidence and belief that literary crisis can be riden out through local literature. Local literary movements should be driven both in many areas and in a variety of ways. First, writers need to have realistic viewpoints in order to have historicity and concreteness based on the exhaustive investigation into local problems. Second, literary climate in which the public participate should be created by launching practical literary movements that penetrate into the public`s real lives. Third, local literature should have the theoretical framework and critics and studies of local literary works should be streamlined and activated. Fourth, there needs to be a strong cultural solidarity between local literary groups and groups in other pars of the nation and abroad. Fifth, the communication system should be build with focus on literary media such as literary magazines that have their roots in the local area.

천상병의 초창기 문학살이 연구

한정호 ( Jeong Ho Han )
영주어문학회|영주어문  18권 0호, 2009 pp. 159-196 ( 총 38 pages)
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A discussion on lifetime and literature of Chun Sang-Byung(1930-1993) have been done to be loved by people referred to the last pure poet of korea literary circles in 20th century in various sides. Nevertheless, Total discussion of him has been weakness, In special, A discussion on his intial literature before 1970 have difficult to discover. Therefore, this paper be willing to investigate Chun Sang-Bung`s lifetime and initial literary life concentrately. I examined into achievement for Masan and Pusan region to make not clear or wrong deal such as birth, family relations, educational matter, literary activity, take the rostrum and associate activity, literary friend by existing study. 1. He was born in 799 Jinbukmeon Daiti, Masan city to move 287 Jindong, Jindongmeon. Since that time, he came over Japan. and the family matter of his were the second son among two male-three female to guess for dying elder sister. 2. He entranced into Jin Dong elementary school to study for two years in 1937 and finished primary school in Dataeyama[館山] because family migration were moved for Japan. Since that time, he entranced Chunyup Anbang`s middle school in 1943 and going to three grade. Returning home from abroad with the Independence of Korea in 1945, he residented in Odongdong, Masan city. he entranced for two grade in Masan middle school and finished high school in 1951 to withdraw from school because physical restraint in 1949 and entranced college of commerce, Seoul University in Pusan during Korea War. But he gave up University to leave over one term in 1954. 3. The literary activity of the early days of him realized his desire in Masan and Pusan region during the Independence of Korea and the duration of Korean War. So to say, From Masan high school times in 1949, he released poetry in Jucksun(竹筍) little magazine. Starting this point, leading little magazine of Chunyugi(處女地) with Song Young-Tack. watching literary circles to recommend poetry and criticism in Moonyee(文藝). Particularly, he stretched at literary working though little magazine Chunyugi and Sinjackpum(新作品). in addition to another literary activity. 4. I looked him into literary man to be influenced and acquainted among intial literature in Masan·Pusan region. Kim Chun-Su poet, korean language the period of attendance at Masan high school. An Jang-Hyun, the same class, Song Young-Tack, Lee Dong-Jun, Kim Sang-Uk, Choi Kee-Rak, many other things, interchange the same age literary man for little magazine Chunyugi at university time in Pusan, In this way, he had rather value to purity and beautiful life than society improperness, taking love of people in general and he was enthroned at history of Korean literature. In these days, progress to smooth commemorative project to propel in variety of region. I will want to work as mediation things transmitting beauty in the world.

광복기 밀양 지역문학과 『화악(華岳)』

이순욱 ( Soon Wook Lee )
영주어문학회|영주어문  18권 0호, 2009 pp. 197-233 ( 총 37 pages)
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This paper aims to examine the ideologies and composition of the Hwa Ak(<華岳>) Coterie and how regional characteristics of Milyang are represented by looking at Hwa Ak, which had not been identified, in order to provide a stepping stone for the explanation of Milyang`s literary history. First, Hwa Ak is the literary group`s media that can help shed a light on the regional literature in Milyang during the period of Korea`s independence from Japanese colonial rule, and its first issue was published in June 1947 by the Hwa Ak Coterie. It seems to have been closed down with its second issue on December 1, 1947, because of the lack of their editing skills and struggling printing house. As leftist groups gained ground in Milyang area during the early Independence period, Deungbul(<등불>) could have been published, while the oppression by the American military administration rapidly reshaped the regional culture, leading to the publication of Hwa Ak The Hwa Ak Coterie, which had not involved in media struggles and found no other group to enter into the consciousness of the other at the time of its inauguration, stood for pure nationalism advocating simple regionalism for the improvement of local culture and the integration of different ideologies. Amidst the growing disenchantment at the political reality, the coterie turned its eyes to their native country from political arguments. Therefore, Hwa Ak vividly describes how local figures in Milyang could grab power in the literary circles during the disorderly Independence Period. Second, the Hwa Ak Coterie`s priority was to publish its coterie magazine and to conduct research activities. In terms of its membership, the group was pretty open to new members without special restrictions. Notably, no members had professional writing experiences, and the level of their awareness and understanding of literature as well as the quality of their literary works were relatively low. It is fair to say, therefore, that Hwa Ak is not so much a professional literary coterie magazine as a comprehensive magazine published by like-minded local figures who wanted to raise the awareness and understanding of local culture. Third, when it comes to the magazine`s contents, its collection includes poems, Chinese poems, novels, essays, critics, translated works, criticism on current topics, local news and others. In accordance with the objectives of the group, its first issue contains poems, Chinese poems and criticism about Yeongnamnu Pavilion, but literary works related to the region were excluded in the second issue. The two issues publishes 12 poems, 4 Chinese poems, 2 novels, 2 essays in total, but all of them are short compositions. The tradition of publishing a local medium with in-depth understanding of Milyang region was succeeded by Hyangto Munhwa(<鄕土文化>) and Mun Lim(<文林>) Fourth, poems about Yeongnamnu Pavilion reflect the lifestyle of the speaker by depicting Milyang`s natural beauty. The picturesque views surrounding Yeongnamnu are epitomized as paramount beauty of Milyalng unmatched by any attractions in the country. In particular, the symbol of Yeongnamnu shared by the local residents helped to maintain the public awareness of the place, and it seems that the significance of the pavilion has been reproduced and disseminated through this process. On the contrary, "Ak Mong(Nightmare)" by Park, Tae-Eul set in Milyang has been recognized as an important source for historical records which show the lifestyles of the time. The structuralized binary opposition displays the choice that intellectuals had to make in dealing with the reality and overcoming challenges facing the local community in Milyang at the time. Milyang successfully established a stable regional literary society in a short period of time between the Independence Period and the late 1950s. As literary art fell under the control of the government, literary activities in early 1960s greatly contracted and lost momentum. This example well reflects the destiny of regional literature in the history of Korean Literature. To have a closer look at the Milyang`s regional literature during the Independence Period and the trend among the intellectuals, it is necessary to finish off the study on the unchartered Deungbul. Another useful source is Mun Lim produced during the Korean War. When the in-depth researches on these works are complete, the literary history in Milyang can be fully explained.

"삼다"와 "돌하르방"의 문학적 의미

강영기 ( Young Gi Kang )
영주어문학회|영주어문  18권 0호, 2009 pp. 235-257 ( 총 23 pages)
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This study proposes to examine the poetic embodiment of ``Samda`` and ``Dolharbang``. The examined poets, through their artistic imagination, shift the meaning of ``Samda`` from the common sense to newly embodied figures. The fresh meanings are as follows. ``Stone`` is the object living for the weak, the origin from which human longings are sustained and the guard of the island. ``Wind`` is the central force that frees modern men from their inner exclusiveness and shutdown. ``Wind`` is also ``han``(regrets) which Chejuean people bear. Also, Chejuean wind plays a role in curing 4·3`s pain. Chejuean women or ``haenya``(woman divers) is described as the subject of production. In the poetic description of ``Dolharbang,`` it is the guardian god. It is also seen as the object dauntlessly protecting itself regardless of social change, which symbolizes Chejuean people waiting for something. The appearance of ``Dolharbang`` sometimes gives them humor and laugh.
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