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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 : 24권 0호 (2004)

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신화는 어떻게 생겨나는가

송효섭 ( Song Hyo Sup )
6,700
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In this paper, I would like to answer the question how a myth is generated. It was usually investigated from a historical and psychological perspective. As an alternative, this paper suggests a semiotic perspective. From this perspective, generation is a kind of semiotic event that can be described as semiosis, which happens in a certain interpretive context. I assume that a myth is a kind of sign, which means that it is a semiosis in which the dynamic process of signification happens. In this paper, I will describe the semiosis of myth according to the scheme that I propose. In order to achieve this aim, I assume three worlds that are related to semiosis, that is, the mythic world, the possible world and the real world, and classify several types of semiosis that happen among these worlds. They show various ways how mythic codes in the mythic world are generated from several signs in the possible world. We can describe them only in a specific context, and therefore we can say that the generation of myth is a discursive event that happens sporadically and can be observed microscopically in a current situation.

시베리아 울치족의 신앙과 신화에 대한 연구

곽진석 ( Kwak Jin-seok )
6,200
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There isn't any diference between studying Ulchi's beliefs, myths and those of Korean's and the origin of Korean culture, considering the place where Ulchi dwells was partly the territory of Buyeo, Koguryeo and Balhae, the kingdoms of ancient Korea. Ulchi's religions are based on animism, totemism and shamanism. They think that the things around them are the presentations of a good spirit and a bad spirit, and their fates are controlled by their will. They think there isn't any border between a human beings and a animal, according to view of animism. And they also think that a shaman can cure the patiences, guide their souls to the other world and predict what will happen in their future by performing a special ritual. Ulchi's myths are classified as following ; Cosmogonic myth including the tenor concerned with the origins of earth, human beings and animals, with astronomy, and with natural phenomena, spiritual myth including tenor consists of the worship spirits of the nature, totemic myth including tenor about the agents related to human and animal's world, and shamanic myth including tenor concerned with special authority of shaman. According to the Ulchi's view of universe, they consider the world consists of the heavenly world, the earthly world and the underworld. Soul does not get into certain shape, was given to a man by ancestor. They think that man's soul leaved body after his death settle in animal or thing, according to their view of animism. It is believed that they get ill when they lose their souls temporally, according their view of disease.

과도(過渡)의 공간, 그 신화적 원형과 서사적 변주

장일구 ( Jang Il-gu )
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Mythology is the narrative symbolism about cosmogony. The cosmogonic scenario is concerned with the transition from chaos to cosmos. In the mythic chaotic period (in illo temporo), time has no conception, and only the concepts of space are available. The creation of cosmos is equivalent to the creation of space, and the mythos of cosmogony is an archetype of the narrative of space. The phase of cosmogonic space implies transitional condition, namely liminality. The liminal period in the rites of passage is critical term for the subjects of initiation. The neophytes experience the confusion of identity close to the mythic chaos. The ritual liminality is the symbolic reformation of the cosmic chaos. The transitional spatiality is an essential quality of the narratives on metamorphoses. It is transfigured to the various narrative motives relative to the chaotic conditions of hero or heroine. The variations of the archetype of cosmic liminal space are the outstanding features of the repetitive reconstitutions of mythological symbolism. This paper is on the archetype and transfigurations of the transitional space implied in cosmogonic mythology. I investigate Korean mythoi, ritual, performance, and various contemporary novels to demonstrate the cultural and narrative symbolisms of the cosmic liminal space.

여성의 몸, 물신에서 모신으로의 승화- 최윤의 『마네킹』을 대상으로

장소진 ( Jang So Jin )
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In myths in the past, women's body was recognized as the origin of the universe, the land and all living creatures. In the contemporary society, however, it has fallen into base flesh, an object of carnal desires. For this reason, on the other hand, women's body dreams its past archetype in reflective consciousness of its current status. Choi Yoon's long novel Mannequin shows the reality and the dream of women's body of today. Thus the present study examined the current state of women's body and its dreamed archetype through Choi Yoon's Mannequin, and inquires into the context of creation and inheritance between the contemporary modern society and myths. In conclusion, Choi Yoon's Mannequin describes epically the process that 17 year old girl Jinny breaks away from fabricated herself as a mannequin formed inside the fence of the family and the society, sets off a journey to find her fundamental and original nature and finally restore her sacredness. Different from heroes in the past epic age who proved their heroicness based on the frame of separation, suffering and returning, however, Jinny's transcendental rise from separation to sublimation shows the limitation of this age that cannot be together with epic heroes.
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This paper aims to look into the motif of death and rebirth in A Research of Death by myth criticism. A Research of Death contains protagonist's mental inquisition about 'death' which is the fatal condition of a human being. This novel also reads the true meaning of all religions which present the methods to free ourselves from the fear of death through mythological imagination. In particular, this novel asserts that most of myth and religion describe the death as a rebirth to overcome the limit of man as a mortal being. To study this truth, the protagonist who is a buddhist monk considers symbols of death & rebirth which are founded in Buddhism, Christianity, alchemy, Indian Tantra, anthropology, primitive myths and The Tibetan Book of The Dead. And he testifies that he has spiritual awakening by choosing and accepting willingly his death. In conclusion, the protagonist of A Research of Death shows a mysticism in his physical life, a Shamanism in his existent space, an image of Jesus in his lifetime, and a world of the Zen in his stage of awakening.

일제강점기 재만 조선인 시인 연구- 심연수 시의 심미성 연구

정덕준 ( Jung Duk-jun ) , 김정훈 ( Kim Jeong-hun )
6,900
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This treatise investigates the aesthetics of the Sim, Yeon-su's poetry in link of poet research that acted in Jiandao(間島) in the colonial time of Chosun. Sim, Yeon-su's poem can divided into poem announcing school excursion, work activity beginning, Japan studying abroad. While school excursion, shijo(時調) that fill itinerary is important data that can examine Choson's scenery and life of people same age. However, poet's emotion for motherland that appear to this shijo is not shown concreteness more than traveler's gaze. He writes much light love poem and roman poem in Yongjung(龍井) before leave Japan studying abroad. Poem that he writes in Japan shows poetic language and image distinguished certainly with move in image use. Together, It is worth observing that is showing image of poetic self who is noble-minded and is no roughness in this time. Sim, Yeon-su's critical poem contains contents that express interest and strong determination of subject to overcome this about persons who is estranged on present age society than express bitter sense about Japan baldly.
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After the 17th century, the poetic style of the Joseon period started to he changed into Song’s poetic style. The Song's poetic style of this time was different form that of the early Joseon. The people leading this change were members of Sanlim of Noron who were active in the province of Guengi, including Kimchanghyeoh. They were beyond the Confucian thought that poetry must be written from the manifestation of the human nature. They insisted that poets should describe the nature. people, and customs around them just as they were. This was a Jinsi(Real Poetry’)movement. The change of a poetic style was a change of die world view as we)) as the poetic world. Considering poetry were a literary art of every writer at that time, this poetic change must have influenced not only literary poets but also moralists. I named the change of the poetic style after the 17th century 'realistic ordinariness and finding-self. This study scrutinized the moralists’ poetry in Nakron school of Noron, such as those of Doam Yi, Jae(1680-1746), Miho Kim,Weon-Haeng( 1702-1720), Guenjae Bak, Yun-Weon(1734-1799). and Maesan Hong, Jik-Pil(1776-1852) who succeeded Kimchanghyeob in order to examine the matter of 'ordinariness in the Joseon period after the 17th century. Doam Yi, Jae's poems sharply captured trivial things in ordinary life. While moralists* poems focused on ideology and its meaning had been too heavy and profound, his poems were cheerful and vigorous, which resulted from his ability to express poetic meanings through the detailed descriptions of ordinary life. Miho Gim, Weon-Haeng expressed what he had experienced realistically enough for his poems to he called the poetic record of ordinary life. Whether his experience is in or out of ordinary life, he contained it in his poems as if he had recorded it. So, many of his poems are related to one another, and sometimes, their meanings can be captured only in the relation between them. The poems of Guenjae Bak, Yun-Weon and Maesan Hong, Jik-pil were so prosaic that they seemed to turn their proses into verse. As it were, their poems were more implicit and less lyrical. Besides, they had strong tendency to pursue argumentative and explanatory meanings. As a whole, the later poets described ordinary life heavily and the poetic mood disappeared, as their poetic tendency had been handed clown from Yi, Jae to Hong, Jik-Pil, The later poetry were more argumentative and more prosaic than the earlier poetry. As it were, the earlier poets contained ordinariness in their poems, while the later poets contained it in their proses.

1920년대 동인지 문학 운동과 미 이데올로기

차혜영 ( Cha Hye-young )
6,400
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This study aims to contemplate aesthetic autonomy and movement in 1920's coterie magazine literature. Coterie magazine-writer made their own aesthetic ideology, aesthetic self-consciousness, and literary medium. They made cultural sense and association, at last establish their own original status of Korean modern literature. Their aesthetic ideology as combination of individual subject and art is early 1920's characteristic property. 'Pureness' that is regarded in the same light with aesthetic autonomy, played Korean special role
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I have examined how Korean modern writers have re-read about folk-belief of unhappy destiny of a vagabond in Stoffgeschichte. Both Kim Dong-Rhee's Yokma (A post horse, mobility, but it(s really used by Korean as a vagabond who must lead a wandering life.) and Park Kyong-Rhee's Toji (The Land) focus on hodology in which the Chronotope of the road repeating to encounter and separate is foregrounding, on the basis of the Korean's fatalistic vision of the world; they are the products of the authors who try to reconfirm the narrative tradition of bearing regret and solution of it to cooperate with the crisis of national identity - since Korean Liberation, Industrialization period in the context. When we consider Kim Dong-Rhee's short story Yokma, the characters who were plagued with the devil performed their destinies of mobility as narrative structure of folk-belief obsessed in anxiety of prophecy and realized, for Park Kyong-Rhee's novel Toji represented the motif of mobility as an allusion of human-being(s ontology or physiological phenomena of culture. In other words, Toji attempted more positive interpretation than Yokma about the vagabond on the individual and national viewpoint especally to compare with Korean and Japanese, while Yokma presented a sublimation of spite on the individual standpoint. Toji rewrote metaphorically the motif of the vagabond through a vigorous motion of wings of migratory birds such a dynamism as one doesn't like stablity and pursuits freedom from being tamed and awareness of being possessed purifies culture of a nation by itself.
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