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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 :
수록 범위 : 20권 0호 (2003)

편집인의 말


「메밀꽃 필 무렵」의 시공간과 장소애

김종구 ( Kim Jong-gu )
This article attempts to characterize the multiple functions of spatiality in Lee Hyo-suk’s short stories. After Lessing, we have understand 'novel* based on the temporal art. Even a famous spatial-poetics, J.A.Kestner argues, ‘Spatiality is founded on the concept of secondary illusion in the novel.' Fundamentally, spatial poetics have been regarded two considerations. First, the use space as a. formal construct in the text ; and second, the nature of spatiality as a critical method of reading the text. These day, we treat spatiality as important as temporality. Modes of experiences of space are mo.st important human conditions in our days. In the buckwheat-blossom time(메밀꽃 필 무렵)」 is a Lee Hyo-suk’s short story. Lee Hyo-sukvis a well known modem fiction writer in Korea. I think, his novels and short stories are more well exhibits spatial imageries than temporals. His concepts of space are very varied and rapid changed through time. Also his spatial perception attitudes were condensed by emotions and ideologies. It is necessary to reinforce spatial poetics by 'topophilia7.

박완서의 자전적 근대 체험과 토포필리아 -『그 많던 싱아는 누가 다 먹었을까』를 중심으로

송명희 ( Song Myung-hee ) , 박영혜 ( Park Young-hye )
This is an article written to analyze Park Wan-seo’s experience of modernism and topophilia which appears in her autobiographical novel ‘Who Ate the Sorrels Having Been There So Many?’ according to the psychological analytic criticism Object Relations Theory; Sigmund Freud,Jaques Lacan, Frantz Fanon. The main concept of this article’s analysis is firstly the suppressive character of the experience of modernism and the project for making the shape of a modernized woman, secondly the desire to revert to narcissism, thirdly ambivalence and fourthly the problem of the center and its .surroundings. By this articled analysis, it can be understood that modernization to the novelist appears not to be her voluntary desire to accomplish for herself through lots of suppression, deficiency, ambivalence, etc. in process of modernization. Modernization to the novelist means not a modernized woman coerced by her mother but a way to establish true self-identity escaping from the other-personalized desire. And it can he also understood that autobiographical writing is an emergence of past hurt and suppressed memory of the novelist herself, and a course of healing through the act of writing.

이문구 소설의 토포필리아

김정아 ( Kim Jung-ah )
This study is aimed to find out, describe, and analyze topophilia in the novels of Lee Moon-Goo. The word "topophilia'' is a coinage of geogre-pher Yi-Fu Tuan,which is meant “the affective bond between people and place or setting'' Topophilia happens m에 naturally in plates small enough to he learned well. In that is of course included familiarity and emotional attachment to the specific places. Among the most typical and the strongest topophilia is one toward homeland or birthplace. I would say the universe of the novels of Lee Moon-Goo is built around a center of meaning, his birthplace. Affection or love for one‘s birthplace is one of human's instincts hut in the case of Lee Moon-Goo, it has extremely great force in his works and whole lift. His works was reputed to he “the greatest eulogy for the homeland”. His homeland revives again and again in his novels and that with all vivid expression. It is lull of memories inscribed in his physical body. The invoked memories in his novels is so vivid that his body, not mind or brain seems to be a recaller. So, his works can be thought of "topophilia of the homeland"

허윤석 소설의 토포필리아-그 반근대적 장소애의 포스트 식민성에 대해

박정수 ( Park Jung-soo )
This paper aims to examine the unconscious colonialism in Hur Yun- Suk's novels. Hur Yun-Suk took the rostrum of a writer in 1935 and wrote a lot of short story in the post-war period. His novels are preoccupied with the negative relationship between the natural and civilization, instinctive sexuality and social ideology. In this negative relationship, he asserted that literature must be to search tor essential instinct of human being, to pursue the unity toward nature. This anti-modernistic or anti-rcalistic world views is to be sure by way of research for topophilia toward nature and sexuality. His anti-modernistic topophilia revealed the premise of contemporary marxist's conversion. The conversion of marxism into colonialism implicit in his novels is important apropos of his naturalistic nationalism in pose-war period. His hill mynah is the novel that shows the relationship after-colonial literature and post-war colonialism repressed in nationalism. We would be- able to discover the colonialistic origin of nationalism which is included within Hur Yun'Suk’s novels by way of his anti-modernistic topophilia.

‘토포필리아'로서의 글쓰기-이문구의 『관촌수필』 연작을 중심으로

신재은 ( Shin Jae-eun )
Within a framework of phenomenological space, this thesis intends to clarify the characteristics of 'Topophilia' in Lee Moon-ku’s novels. Thus, this thesis attempts to examine how Topophilia1 is represented and associated with writing romans-cycle in Lee Moon-ku. The word ‘Topophilia’ can be defined broadly as the affective bond between people and place or setting. Evidently, Lee Moon-ku has shown the specific experience and imagination of place based upon ‘Topophilia’ ail through his career as a writer. In other words, the novels of Lee Moon- ku could not have been produced without his attachment to the place where he had been brought up, Kwan-chon. In The Essay on Kwan-chon, he depends upon (l)many retroversions and (2)micro magnification-oriented mapping as the decisive instrument with which Topophilia’ can be represented. In the former, Topophilia1 results from the interplay of unconscious remembrance and lived-space. And in the latter, the fly's-eye representation of space, place, and landscape is also based upon ‘Topophilia’. In conclusion, Lee Moon-ku’s writing romans-cycle can be considered a process pursuing a surplus jouissance by delaying a desire for a particular place, Topophilia’. And in relation to his experience of life, such a writing can be also seen a repetitive narration-as-performance of the story tied with a traumatic space.

문학적 토포필리아로 찾는 『혼불』의 자리

이혜경 ( Lee Hye-kyoung )
The .space and place takes a big part in a novel. This is the first stepping-stone of having a structure of story. If we look back at past events, we can come to a conclusion that all things happen for a reason. Topophilia is no exception. The reason for this is because nowadays, everything is evolving and changing at a much faster rate. Our thought are changing and the way we live is also changing. Because of’ this, we can't expect ourselves to stay at one place for the re.se of our lives. Sometimes, communication can he helpful if it does not affect between place and characters negatively in the novels. Choi, Myeong-Hee' Honbul has shown that. Place have become a part of our life. Place do not remain the same forever. We feel that it’s normal to see so many novels. Topophilia reflects this. Honbul has shown several different aspects of one object simultaneously. Consider, for example, moon and grave. In such a personalized object, the ability to empathically interact with characters and places Incomes more valuable. This could he an example of the proxemics. Thus, the space and place for Honbul is a cumbination of signs for proxemics and topophilia.

한국 풍수설화와 토포필리아

곽진석 ( Kwak Jin-seok )
Korean geomancy folktale shows the various meanings of the earth as ‘a place’,which reflects traditional topophilia in Korean culture. The earth in Korean culture was believed that it had the same value as 'wealth, rank and fame', 'succession to the family’ and 'promotion of virtue and reproval of vice’ by the successors, because the earth considered as propitious gives them the achievement related to the previous values. This kind of achievement is possible due to the mediator such as the acquirement of the propitious place. Korean geomancy folktale, therefore, is based on the topophilia of the earth. Generally the narrative of Korean geomancy folktale consists of the opposites; Unversed content’ in the first half and ‘posed content’ in the second half. This opposites between them are including the inverse of characters called a receiver and a donor, and narrative contents of the first half are the lacked situation like poverty, humbleness and a family line break. And those of the second half are accomplished situation like wealth, rank and carrying on a family line. The narrative unit called the acquirement of the propitious earth completes important part in changing the lacked situation into the accomplished one. That proves the topophilia of the earth is structural principle sustaining the narrative of Korean geomancy folktale. The earth is endowed with a special meaning in Korean geomancy folktale where the earth, which is an abstract ‘space’,is changed into a concrete ‘place’. When the earth that affects directly on lives and deaths can get a certain meaning, our lives and deaths can get a special meaning, too. In addition, Korean geomancy folktale reflects the thoughts about 'wealth, rank and fame’ emphasizing on filial piety, accumulation of virtuous deeds. It is related to the fact that the ethics of Korean society is the essence of geomancy. The thoughts about filial piety and wealth, rank and fame, therefore, reflected in Korean geomancy folktale haven’t lost its importance in the modern society, in which traditional value system and the ethic of Korean society fade.

도깨비의 공간론-현실과 초월의 다리

강은해 ( Kang Eun-hae )
Bihyeong, Duduri, and Dokkaebi are all names given to one being. This being is a force arising out of the concentrated energy of consciousness and may be referred to as the internal aspect, spirit, or psyche of human beings. The original explanation of Bihyeong Dokkaebi seems to arise from the fact that the Duduri Dokkaebis world exists between this world and the afterworld and that this being is a symbol of a temporary bridge or bridge of consciousness between the two worlds. In this paper, the historical nature of the Yajangsin (Blacksmith god) and Jeolgusin (mortar god) as microcosmic tree gods has been further strengthened by restoring the long forgotten functions of the Yajangsin and the Jeolgusin back to the domain of the Dokkaebi. The world of Bihyeong, the son of the spirit of a dead king and the living Dohwanyeo (Lady of the peach blossom), is an indeterminate world. Although it is not the afterworld, it is also nor the world of the living. Ghosts are not able to take us to that indeterminate world. The role of guide to that place was taken either by the Yajangsin who deals with fire, the Jeolgusin who produces grain, or the Duduri Dokkaebi, who is a symbolic small cosmic tree. Bihyeongnang is also a being created in the imagination of human beings to fulfill the same role. Furthermore, the method of reaching this irrational world together with such escorts was through the awakening function of the beating of the Blacksmith god or the Mortar god, namely the ecstatic state of divine possession brought about by intense drumming as suggested by the name Duduri. In folk tales about Dokkaebi that have been passed down to us, the protagonist receives wealth and all chat he needs through heating the ground twice with the Dokkaebls club, signifying the earnest desire expressed in the rapture of human drumming and the expectation and hope expressed in the wild drumming that brings about a state of extreme ecstasy. Similar entities to the Dokkaebi in other countries also share the same archetypal character as the Korean Dokkaebi, Judging from the past and present of the Dokkaebi, we can he assured that in the Dokkaebis future also a new image of the afterworld will be created by the same furious drumming in the void within some empty .space in the human mind and psyche.
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