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중국문학검색

CHINESE LITERATURE


  • - 주제 : 어문학분야 > 중어중문학
  • - 성격 : 학술지
  • - 간기: 계간
  • - 국내 등재 : KCI 등재
  • - 해외 등재 : -
  • - ISSN : 1226-2943
  • - 간행물명 변경 사항 :
논문제목
수록 범위 : 80권 0호 (2014)

초사(楚辭)의 범위와 의미 고찰

김인호 ( Kim Inho )
한국중국어문학회|중국문학  80권 0호, 2014 pp. 1-21 ( 총 21 pages)
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“Zi Zhu” is a Chinese word for “self annotation” and is normally used by poets. This paper analyzed Su-Shi`s poems and its “Zi Zhu” in order to define the purpose and characteristics of “Zi Zhu”. “Zi Zhu” offers both objective and subjective informations. General helping informations in comprehending a poem can be looked upon as an objective whereas informations on poet`s daily life can be looked upon as a subjective. These informations are important in understanding the poems of Song Dynasty because the poems in that era reflects the daily lives of poets, so one can say that “Zi Zhu” is essential in comprehending the poems of Song Dynasty. The most important thing about “Zi Zhu” is that it is made for the third party. As being an annotation written by the poet himself, “Zi Zhu” has a stronger influence on the readers than other annotations. “Zi Zhu” helps the readers to comprehend and feel the nuance of the poet but at the same time it also restricts the liberty of interpretation, which leads to say that “Zi Zhu” has its duplexity.

삶과 죽음, 그 경계에 대한 통찰 ― 《들풀[野草]》에 나타난 루쉰(魯迅) 상상력의 일면

이주현 ( Lee Juhyun )
한국중국어문학회|중국문학  80권 0호, 2014 pp. 77-101 ( 총 25 pages)
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시인 하이즈(海子)의 정전화

김태연 ( Kim Taeyun )
한국중국어문학회|중국문학  80권 0호, 2014 pp. 103-124 ( 총 22 pages)
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Taiwan Aborigin writer, Rapongan Syaman reveals that he wants to separate from acculturation and to internalize tribal culture in 《Chilly sea, affection deepening》(1997) and then he wrote the early, the mid-term, the old period of his tribal life through ethnobiography method in 《Reminiscence of wave》(2002) and 《The old seaman》(2009). Taiwan Aborigin unknown past have a lot of sociality and life value and the power that enables us to criticize our society and to reflect on ourselves and to speculate multicultural essence. This paper mentions how Rapongan syaman`s consideration about Aborigin` future changes according to the stream of time. First, as of Ethnic group thesis, 《Reminiscence of wave》 takes up the position of ethnocentrism by dichotomous description strategy between Chinese and Aborigin. But 《The old seaman》 destroys the wall laid between Chinese and Aborigin, pursuing homogeneity. 《The old seaman》 describes seamen absorbed in wildly attractive sea and true humanity transcending ethnic part. Second, as of tradition and modernity, 《Chilly sea, affection deepening》 sticks on indiscriminate de-sinicize, rejecting modernization. But 《Reminiscence of wave》 investigates the value of modern education and new knowledge from various angles. 《The old seaman》 accepts convenience of modernization and instrumental reason selectively, establishing value rationality simultaneously. In other words, 《The old seaman》 accepts modernization and pursuing ethnic traditional essence at the same time.

팥배나무 아래의 재판관 - 《당음비사(棠陰比事)》를 통해 본 유교적 정의

박소현 ( Park Sohyeon )
한국중국어문학회|중국문학  80권 0호, 2014 pp. 199-223 ( 총 25 pages)
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This article aims to make a textual analysis for the Tangyin bishi (Parallel cases under the pear tree), one of the earliest Chinese legal literature or case history, from the perspective of “law and literature.” The “law and literature” movement sheds light on the close interrelationship between law and literature. In defining the term “legal literature”, there might be two different approaches: “law in literature” on the one hand and “law as literature” on the other. “Law as literature”, in particular, reflects an increasing tendency to consider law as a “text” that needs literary or cultural interpretations. This approach, however, makes us rethink the Confucian legal tradition that was founded on humanistic concerns. Although the negative understanding of the Confucian legal tradition has been prevalent in modern jurisprudence, the very tradition may not be completely disconnected from contemporary legal culture in that it endeavored to overcome the gap between the law and social reality by consistently resisting the abstract, universal, and absolute application of the law. As a matter of fact, a new tendency to highlight humanistic concerns and pay attention to hermeneutic approaches in contemporary jurisprudence has resulted from the practical intention to resolve the gap between legal rules and legal realities. The Tang`in bishi is remarkable in that it explored the interrelationship between law and literature. More often than not, the text has been misunderstood as a classical narrative lacking in narrativity or underestimated as a legal text lacking in specialist knowledge. However, the Tangyin bishi should be reconsidered as a truly unique text on the ground that it attempted at constructing the paradigm of legal rationality or public rationality with literary patterns and representing the ideal of a Confucian judge in a wide variety of case examples. This article sheds light on the representation of “Confucian justice” in the Tangyin bishi, which attempts at crossing the thin line between law and literature, rationality and emotion, and ideal and practice. The text should not be taken as a simple moral fable. For it provides various case examples for practical legal reasoning.
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