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한국문학이론과 비평검색

Korean literary theory and criticism (KLTC)


  • - 주제 : 어문학분야 > 국문학
  • - 성격 : 학술지
  • - 간기: 계간
  • - 국내 등재 : KCI 등재
  • - 해외 등재 : -
  • - ISSN : 1598-3501
  • - 간행물명 변경 사항 :
논문제목
수록 범위 : 14권 0호 (2002)

편집인의 말

정덕준
1,000
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리얼리즘의 이념과 채만식 소설 연구 - 채만식 소설 연구의 흐름

김한식 ( Han-sik Kim )
6,200
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Most of the studies on Man-Sik, Chae in this thesis had realism point of views. I took a serious view of these trends of studies. It was difficult to say that the tendency seemed to be has developed. It looks like a repetition of the same theme with the same work. Distinguished development could be found on the positive study-finding new works t checking out the pen name and reconstituting of his life. Most of all, the most distinguished change is that the perspective of the study on Man-Sik, Chae has moved from ‘not yet’ to ‘already' The perspectives of the review on Man-Sik’ Chae including the impressionistic criticism of II-Don Ham, Kap-Ki Lee and the criticism of 1970~1980s were that Chae’s novel had accomplished a unique effect but it had not accomplished yet a perfect level. It is desirable that recent study shows a perspective which think of Chae’s works a correspondence of a reality and a literary. Literary study or criticism should not put it’s final end on reviewing the past literary but see the present literary. It is not resonable attitude to check out the distance from the completed idea. Needless to say, both raising to higher status unconditionally and reviewing all the works as ‘not yet' are should be reconsidered. I came to know this kind of fact at the attitudes of criticism on Man- Sik, Chae. I came to confirm this from that something was strongly operated in the background which criticism paid attention to Chae’s novels. Man―Sik, Chae’s vitality was sometimes highlighted or lost his way on the long way of the accomplishment of realism. To value a writer’s status reasonably, we should recognize that his accomplishment is not a stop but a kind of perfect way. And it is important that we should value his work in his way.

채만식 문학의 풍자적 특질

정홍섭 ( Hong-seop Chung )
6,700
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The character of Man-Sik, Chae’s literary works have been studied through many diverse methodology like narratology, discourse theory, linguistics and stylistics, theory of realism’ and theory of satire. This treatise proposes to investigate the unique character of Man-Sik, Chae’s literary works focussing on its satiric characteristics. But what this treatise notices is not the various modes that satire uses like irony, humour, parody, allegory? but the satiric spirit. To the most important satirists like Swift and Pope who were in full activity at Augustan Age, the collapse of traditional mode of living became the most fatal issue according to the change of whole society that ‘the New Science’ and 'the New philosophy, generated. The consciousness of crisis of tradition made Swift and Pope create unique satiric mode. They sought to attack the negativity of ‘the Modem, and 'the Modernity' through satiric works, and then to build a new tradition as the desirable mode of living. But as a writer who were living in colony, the problems that Man- Sik, Chae had were far more complex than Swift and pope, so the character of Chae’s satiric works became more unique. Man-Sik, Chae’s most literary works, more or less, have the satiric characteristics, and they can be appraised differently one another according to the degree of successful figuration of the satiric characteristics.

채만식 소설에 있어 사소설의 특성

김홍기 ( Hong-kee Kim )
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Chae Man-sik explained in an autobiographical novel that his conversion was for the survival of his large family. Through his novels, he showed that his professed Japanophilism was a mask. While he wrote apparently pro-Japanese novels under the condition in which the use of our mother tongue was banned’ he created heroes who revealed themselves to be the champions of national independence in substance. Thus his realistic spirit was undaunted in spite of the practice of pro―Japanese activities. Considering these points, Chae Man-sik maintained a consistent attitude in his literary practice throughout the 1930s and ‘40s and that he has a unique position in Korean literary history as a writer who sublimated his spiritual values into complex aesthetic consciousness.
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Chae Man-sik’s 『Tak-Ryu』(‘The Muddy Stream’, ‘濁流) is an argument-inducing work and also has great significance in the light of literary history. It had a representative position in the 1930s when the litarary circle at that time groped for the new possibility of the full-length novel. In the mean time, there was a general tendancy of bisection which followed the binary critaria of ‘Realism’ and ‘Popularity’ in the literary estimation of 『Tak-Ryu』, But the complex aspects of this work were passed over in this binary estimation. In the critical understanding of 『Tak-Ryu』, it is no use prescribing the characteristics of this work through simple concepts such as ‘the popular* or 'the tragic’. For it is the inclusiveness of these concepts to obscure inbetween elements and their variety. In fact, even the various aspects of so-called ‘Popularity, are conducive to representation of tragic view and sexualized Modernity, which the author intended to reveal in the work. In this paper, I examined the tragic view and its limit, the essence of popularity, the aspects of the aesthetic distance immanent between ‘ther tragic’ and ‘the popular’, which Chae Man ― sik’s 『Tak-Ryu』 shows. As the author presents the tragedy of colonized reality at that time and his own tragic view, ‘popularity, is revealed to be the very effective means to accomplish this purpose. And also, as it provides the possibility of various interpretations, the problematics and literary significance which 『Tak-Ryu』 reveals, will be discussed richly through these possibilities.
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As you know, Chae man-sik’s method of writing a novel was a satire. The method of a satire was his consistent method before the age of liberation or after it. But especially he wrote the novels dealt with the aspects of self-criticism at the age of liberation. Because he stepped into Pro- Japanism in the latter half of 1930’s. Then Chae man―sik’s novels reflect on the self-consciousness of the past. ‘Sinner of a nation’ is the problematic novel among his self-criticism novels. It reflects on his more experience than other novels(‘Yok-lo’, ‘Nak-jo, ). 'Sinner of a nation’ is a novel narrated by the first person. In the first person novels, a self as a hero is composed of a narrating self and an experiencing self. But in case of Chae man-sik’s novel, a self is not separable in this way. I studied the novel through the aspects of narrative levels. The result of the study is in substance as follows. (1) In the novel’ narrative levels consists of four levels at least. And the novel evades the atonement for self’s sins through two narrative levels. On the contrary the novel blames a nation for self’s sins. (2) In narrative levels, narrative time was made up of analepsis. This was a technique of narrative time about an explanation of Pro-Japanism. (3) The narration of a narrator was unreliable through three faces (narrator’s knowledge, narrator’s implication, narrator's value). Viz., at the age of liberation, the accomplishment of self- criticism was scanty in narrative levels.

단절과 신생(新生)을 위한 비판들 - 채만식의 해방기 소설들

송기섭 ( Ki-seob Song )
6,400
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This study is for the purpose of researching critique shown in Chae Man-Sik’s Novels of the age of liberation. The korean literature in the age is characterized by the trend of realism, and the chief concern in the methods of creative writings is concentrated on the representation. The purport of realism is to embody the imperatively required national literature. Chae Man-Sik’s novels was led to realism which was to represent the reality of the age. He had great reputation as a satirist. But one notices him as a realist who strains after for historical problem. He criticized the age of Liberation that distorted the truth. He endeavored to make sharp observations of the contemporary social conditions. We investigated how his literary consciousness was reflected in his novels. The aspect of critical realism derived from the self-scrutiny. He was made to be captured by self-criticism. The critique reached the acme through the divulging of the Japanese imperialism. He nat only criticized the self-fault but formalized the contradiction of society in his novels. The critique was aimed to search the historical meaning and a forecast. He tries to find a solution to a problem of a nation, spouting the age of liberation. As a result, he expects the next generation to come.

지하련 작품론

안숙원 ( Sook-won Ahn )
6,300
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I’ve examined Ji, Ha-Ryun’s short stories. Even though she displayed her ability about the writing, she’s not so noticed yet. That’s why she had gone to North Korea in 1948 and died very young. Her texts are road-narratives. In other words, that is the chronotopes of the road. According to Bakhtin, chronotope means the temporal and spatial indicators funtioning as the knots of the narrative. Ji, Ha-Ryun’s works have many choronotopes of the road, For instance, going out-returning in “Seperation”, sea shore in ‘‘Summary of staying hometown”, city road and Samchung park in “Autumn”, ‘‘Moutain Road” as the title says, including her famous short story, “The Course”, etc. The road sybolizes a metaphorical image or shows a topography as real places in the map. Walking the road, the characters recall their past time, encounter or separate their lover, determine their fate or way of living. Here are two types of the road in the Ji, Ha-Ryun, s texts. The one is gender, another’s national history. The former expressed triangle relationship such as wife-husband-his lover or sister-brother-his friend, the latter was a Marxist hero wandering about the nation’s future in the chronotope of the Korean Liberation from the Japanese colonial period in 1945.

『일월(日月)』에 나타난 근대적 주체와 타자의 문제

박진 ( Jin Park )
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The purpose of this essay is to examine the speculation upon the modem subject in Hwang, Soon-won’s < Il-wol >. The narrative of this novel is based on the process of the hero’s inner quest for the self-knowledge and the self formation related to the cognition of the modem subject and the otherness. < Il-wol > is illustrative of Hwang, Soon-won’s matter of concern about the modernity of our society. It is general understanding that < Il-wol > is the work on the ontological solitude and the salvation of human beings. But in this point of view, it is difficult to explain the structural unity in this work. < U-wol > is composed of three main-motives; the motive of ‘baekjeong’, ‘solitude’, ’love’. For that reason in order to interpret the inclusive meaning of this novel, it is necessary to elucidate the relations between these motives and to redescribe them into the meaning of precedence* That is possible, I think, to understand the consistent process as the progress of hero’s self-reflection and self formation. The motive of (baekjeong’ takes part in the stage to free himself from premodern bondage and to acquire autonomous individuality. And the motive of ‘solitude’ is related to the stage to obtain the independent internality of the subject. On the other hand the motive of ‘love’ is concerned with the last stage to consider the negativity of self-identical subject and to recognize the otherness. This sequential process includes the consideration for the problem, that is realization of the genuine and mature modernity in our society in which premodernity and modernity are intermingled each other.

『남도사람』연작의 크로노토프

김정아 ( Jung-ah Kim )
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In this essay, I am to describe and interpret the chronotopes in novel, ‘Namdo saram, the Southerner' of Lee Chung-Jun, based Bakhtin's concept of chronotope. Bakhtin calls a specific way of conceptualizing human action in time and space chronotope. And he says “Every entry into the sphere of meaning is accomplished only through the gates of the chronotope.” That saying means if we want to discover a certain meaning of the work, we must pass through the gates of chronotope and enter into the world of the work. The world of ‘Namdo, the Southern, and ‘Namdochang’ has its unique chronotopicity. It is characterized by achronic or extratemporal time and vertical axis of it. With its vertical axis structure, Namdo has another remarkable chronotopic space, the road. And one more important chronotope is found in this work; the chronotope of threshold. According to Bakhtin, its most fundamental instance is as the chronotope of crisis and break in a life. The horizontal line of the roads, on which the wonderer is searching for voice, is crossing to vertical axis of 'Voice and Light., The dialectic relationship which they, two dimensions enter together into, forms a world of hete-rochronous.
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