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The Journal of Yeongju Language & Literature


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  • - ISSN : 1598-9011
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수록 범위 : 19권 0호 (2010)

해방기 인천의 지역문학과 매체

이희환 ( Hee Hwan Lee )
영주어문학회|영주어문  19권 0호, 2010 pp. 5-44 ( 총 40 pages)
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Regional literature is the concrete field of the Korea Literature. The research literature of each regional literature during the liberation period is very important task that is to explore the origins of half-national ``national literature``. Immediately after the liberation of the Incheon region cultural organizations that was closely associated with the central cultural institutions have been formed. Incheon-Sinmunhwa-Hyuphoe and Incheon-sinyesulga-Hyuphoe was born at that time. Two organizations was incorporated in Incheon-Munhak-Dongmaeng. Incheon-Munhak-Dongmaeng was the role of Incheon branch of Chosun-Munhakga-Dongmaeng. Incheon-Munhak-Dongmaeng deployed variety of activities until 1947 ago. However, Incheon-Munhak-Dongmaeng had been shrinking its activities in division situation. Except for Incheon-Munhak-Dongmaeng, the various literary groups and literary coteries were active in Incheon. But these organizations published literary media and coterie magazines that was not currently almost left. So this time, the face of Incheon`s regional literature can look through the DaeJung-Ilbo which was published during the liberation period. The Daejung-Ilbo`s the chief editor was Eum Heung-seop who was novelist and chairman of Incheon-Munhak-Dongmaeng. However, there was just not that many printed literary works. Rather than mere a few fiction and essays, was better poems about 20 pieces. That poems was trying to describe the realities of contemporary. But Incheon`s regional literature was redrawn along with the anticommunism under the division system since 1949.

강원지역의 문학매체 고찰 -『두타문학』을 중심으로

남기택 ( Nam Gi Taek )
영주어문학회|영주어문  19권 0호, 2010 pp. 45-66 ( 총 22 pages)
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The purpose of this paper is to shed light on Gangwon regional literature with Duta Munhak. Gangwon regional literature can be referred to as problematic objects that shared converging and diverging points in looking into and understanding the problems of the media organization in literature. This thesis tries to apply the characteristics in broad sense to their works based on the efforts to examine locality in various lights. Locality can be the strategic objective to which literature theory should pay attention in modern times. Regional liturature study is a method that sets the goal at discussion for a regional reorganization. The important materials as target of regional literature study is media such as magazines and organizations. The dominant media in Gangwon regional literature is the literary coterie magazines. Samcheok and Donghae regional literature started in earnest in the 1960s. The first literary journal Dong-ye, and other coteries, such as Bulmoji, Jukseoru came into existence in this period. The activities of these coteries were largely amateurish. ``Duta Literary Coterie`` was established in 1969 as ``Samcheok Literary Coterie`` and its collection of works, Samcheok Sidan, is the genuine starting point of Gangwon-Youngdong literature. It changed its title in 1978 and has been publishing its collection of works entitled Duta Munhak.

대전충남 지역문학의 형성과 매체

송기섭 ( Ki Seob Song )
영주어문학회|영주어문  19권 0호, 2010 pp. 67-88 ( 총 22 pages)
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Local journals in Daejeon and Chungnam help local literatures develop and play a role as a bridge between the two regions. As media has been built up in Daejeon and Chungnam, the media generate discourse a joint discourse. The first local journal on literature of thess regions is Hyangto, first published in October, 1946. Local media played their role as a bridge only after the independence in 1945. Local literatures occur as local media are generated. Local literatures reflect the cultures of the region including its environment and people. Standardized national literatures might threaten the indigenous value of the local people. Local literature indeed is an important culture style, which can develop the whole local cultures. Local literatures reflect the location, the emotions, and the lives of the region. To develop such local literatures, local media need to prosper. Daejeon Daily, Joongdo Daily, and Hoseo Literatures had published many local literatures of Dajeon. In addition, they provided local writers with chances to become friends each other. After 1980s, many local journals which writers can writers could submit their works to were founded. Daeduk Literatures, Seogu Literatures , Gapcheon Literatures and et cetra. They came to procure writers to write literatures for them regularly. It opened the chances for development of the local literatures to reflect local diversity.

한국전쟁기 전북 지역 매체와 문학 -『전북일보』를 중심으로

최명표 ( Myoung Pyo Choi )
영주어문학회|영주어문  19권 0호, 2010 pp. 89-119 ( 총 31 pages)
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This paper looked into the related pattern of media and literature during the war by utilizing the 『Jeonbuk Daily』, which was published in 1952. In this period, the front line came to a standstill whereas most regions of Jeollabuk-do maintained a peaceful state. In awareness of this situation, the paper focused on creating a pattern of the discourse about the war produced in the Jeonbuk area and identifying the bibliographical items of the works of local authors, in detail. First, discourse about the war in Jeollabuk-do was produced suitably to its geographical condition, namely of being in the rear. Second, war correspondents who announced works in the 『Jeonbuk Daily』 by visiting Jeollabuk-do during this period include Seo Jeong-joo. Third, the authors in Jeollabuk-do pursued a lyrical tendency in all genres rather than accepting the war situation directly. In terms of genre, this area had a considerable amount of works written as essays, followed by poems. There were few works written as novels, and there were almost no critiques.

한국전쟁기 부산 지역문학과 동인지

이순욱 ( Soon Wook Lee )
영주어문학회|영주어문  19권 0호, 2010 pp. 121-156 ( 총 36 pages)
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This paper aims at closely examining the overall state and characters of student coterie magazines published in Busan area during the Korean War period. Reshuffle of the literary circles and changes in literary fields during the war period, literary conditions driving young writers to the literary field, foundations and procedures for the formation of student literary coteries, their organization and ideological orientation, changing status of coterie members, literary exchanges and regional solidarity and the advance to the institutional literary circle have been explored. First, the newly established refuge literature following the reshuffle of the literary world during the Korean War period, extensive production and utilization of media, occasional experiences of publishing media by the Busan and Gyeongnam Literary Society, hosting of nationwide literary events such as Yeongnam Arts Festival Writing Contest provided substantial and physical foundation to usher in the era of student literary coterie magazines. In particular, various events arranged by the Federation of Cultural Organizations, including literary lecture and poetry recitation events served as important factors in reshaping the cultural and artistic landscape, and provided young writers aspiration in literature. The publication of new magazines motivated young writers to create literary works, providing a stepping stone for the transition to the students` literary world. The Yeongnam Arts Festival Writing Contest where respected writers across the nation participated provided young and promising writers with an important opportunity to boost their literary enthusiasm. Second, it is hard to regard student literary coteries as professional organizations strongly advocating specific literary ideologies. But, beginning with 『Seoji』(『瑞枝』), which was followed by 『Cheonyeoji』(『處女地』), 『Sinjakpum』(『新作品』) and 『Sijo』(『詩潮』), they were leading the coterie literature in Busan area in the 1950s. Against this backdrop, students` coteries continued to strengthen their solidarity with young writers in Busan and Gyeongnam areas, laying the groundwork for the regional literature for the post-war period. Third, students` coteries in Busan area during the Korean War period continued to promote horizontal and vertical combinations as well as literary exchanges between areas (Busan and Jinju, Busan and Masan, Masan and Tongyeong) and between generations (older generation and literary follow-up generation). It seems that these efforts allowed them to grow into regional coteries with professional capabilities, making it easier for their members to enter the bigger institutional literary circle. Regional literature in Busan during the war period was faced with a challenge to establish its own literary society as the refuge literature began to be dissolved. Persistent literary activities of student literary coteries played a key role in solidifying its identity. Though short-lived due to the temporary refuge literature and internal problems, student literary coteries were able to enhance their status in the major literary institution, serving as a key factor in forming and developing Busan`s regional literature. Their literary activities during the Korean War period can be said to be the milestone demonstrating the growth and development of post-war literary generation in the history of Busan and Gyeongnam Literature and its relationship with the institutional literature.

전란기의 제주문학과 『제주신보』

김동윤 ( Dong Yun Kim )
영주어문학회|영주어문  19권 0호, 2010 pp. 157-185 ( 총 29 pages)
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This paper explores Jeju literature through Jeju Shinbo published between Jan. 1952 and Sep. 1954 during the War Period (Apr. 19 to Sep. 1954). Jeju shinbo, a then leading daily newspaper, depicts Jeju`s social conditions during the War Period of April 3rd Suppression and the Korean war. In particular, it shows that artistic activities heated up thanks to an increasing number of artists living in Jeju. The aspects of Jeju literature shown in Jeju Shinbo are as follows: First, Jeju Shinbo provides information on Kye Yong-mook. He stayed in Jeju for three and a half years during which not only did he publish magazines and teach literary youths, but also he did a variety of activities including writing reviews on plays or dances, and being mobilized in anti-communist movements. It can be said that he is a writer who strongly influenced the local cultural and artistic community while living in Jeju. Second, in case of Chang Soo-cheol who stayed in Jeju for one and a half year, in Jeju Shinbo he published poems like "Letter" and "Wind and Stone and Women," and prose like "Busan`s Expression." His literary works show he had an affection for Jeju, but at the same time he missed his home and wished to leave Jeju. To him, Jeju was a port of call. Third, Kim Gu-ryang and Kim Jong-pyeng attracts our special attention from Jeju Shinbo because they were soldiers and their literary works fill us in on the art of troop information and education. Kim Gu-ryang played a role in the drama, writing scripts about sweeping communist guerrillas, and reviewing performances. Among his works are a play "Dawning Halla Mountain" and an opera "The Beast." Kim Jong-pyeng paid a tribute to the war dead and aroused patriotism with poems such as "Repose of Souls" and "Solice of Spirits." Forth, in case of Jeju natives, students and literary youths played a leading role in establishing local literary circles. Star Cluster, a literary society of local middle, high school, and students, was given much more weight in Jeju Shinbo. Student Literature and other articles provide data on a literary youth, Yang Jung-hae`s poems, and other literary works of Kim Jong-won, Bu Taek-hun, Park Cheol-hee, and Hyun Ki-young.

제주방언의 보전 전략

문순덕 ( Soon Deok Moon )
영주어문학회|영주어문  19권 0호, 2010 pp. 187-207 ( 총 21 pages)
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Jeju dialect is considered to be valuable and should be preserved, so that dialectologists and zealots for Jeju dialect have tried to mention and practice its preservation and importance. The establishment of its policy, however, is beyond their capacity. Surveying the present situation on the preservation policy of Jeju dialect, this paper is to propose its prospects. First of all, the achievement of the 1st generation dialectologists is presented, and the activities of the 2nd and 3rd generation dialectologists are introduced. Moreover, the practices of the national and the regional language policy are discussed. The policy on Korean as a national language and a regional dialect is chosen to maintain and set up a cultural identity. Various ``competitions of Jeju dialect`` by self-governing communities and private organization have preserved spread Jeju dialect. It is certain that training the actors, establishing the position, promoting the educational environment, and keeping a record of Jeju dialect are proposed as a prospect of the preserving policy of Jeju dialect. In the aspect of the role of the related institution, it is necessary that expert groups, self-governing communities, and educational institutions should participate its policy positively. For the strategy of preserving and spreading Jeju dialect, a institutional device should be provided to apply intellectual property rights when the traditional cultural resources of Jeju called Jeju dialect are used as contents. It is believed that there is a lot of material for cultural contents to develop and use in Jeju. There is Jeju dialect in the middle of its cultural contents. Linguistic knowledge has to be accompanied to use the existed materials without asking questions. If it is not invested and practiced as a concept of public goods, the preserving policy of Jeju dialect will be a private(dead) document.

『화사집』의 시집 구조와 특성 연구

강연호 ( Yeon Ho Kang )
영주어문학회|영주어문  19권 0호, 2010 pp. 209-236 ( 총 28 pages)
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This study aims at examining the structure of poetical works and the aesthetic quality in Hwasajip(『화사집』) that is the first collection of Seo Jeong-ju`s poetry. This collection of poems is arranged in a series of subjects in which containing poetic intention of author. The structure of this poetical works reflect on the aesthetic quality of Seo Jeong-ju`s early poetry. And the immediate influence of Baudelaire in this poetical works, we can find they hold thematic structure of a text, arrangement of poems, and intention of poet in common. Twenty four poems are included in this collection of poems which consists of five chapters, and each of chapters have an interim title. This study investigate this poetical works which is to be classified into three aspects ; the physical passion and control, the mental uplift and vicissitude, and the dewdrops of poetry and love fate of blood. The first poem of Hwasajip, especially entitled ``Jahwasang``(「자화상」), shows poet`s self consciousness of the dewdrops of poetry and poetical love-fate of blood. Entitled ``Hwasa``(「화사」) and ``Norae``(「노래」) poetry shows physical passion and control, Entitled ``Jiguidosi``(「지귀도시」) and ``Mun``(「문」) poetry shows mental uplift and vicissitude. Hwasajip is a collection of poems in which have an elaborate intention of poet and a deliberate structure.

현대시에 나타난 제주도의 양상과 의미

강영기
영주어문학회|영주어문  19권 0호, 2010 pp. 237-254 ( 총 18 pages)
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This writing proposes to examine the Aspect and meaning of poems on Jeju-do. The primary meaning of Jeju-do in the poems is pure natural space. In terms of literary space, the poems contains human desire to resemble undestroyed nature of Jeju-do. On the other hand, Jeju-do`s own sorrow of history is the secondary meaning in the poems. Because, Poets does not describes 4·3 as it is and their imagination translates the historical fact into the area of literature. For poems that picture Jeju-do as exotic, imaginary space, their literary space is classified as belong mixedly to secondary or third meaning. The people visiting Jeju-do distinguish their actual living space and the alien space of Jeju-do. The poems emphasizing the identity of Jeju-do have spatial meaning which belongs to somewhere between primary and secondary meanings. Jeju-do creates various literary spatial meanings. These meanings are some subject matter of the poems and important element needed to incarnate the poet`s imagination.
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