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논문검색은 역시 페이퍼서치

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 : 34권 0호 (2007)

편집인의 말

송명희
4,500
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최인훈 소설에 나타난 노스탤지어와 역사 감각

구재진 ( Koo Jaejin )
6,300
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This study is aimed to examine the political unconscious and historical sense, which is shown in the novels by Choi In-Hoon. For the purpose, three kinds of psycho-analytic symptoms that are frequently found in his novels are analyzed, based on the assumption that the novels by Choi In-Hoon contain political points of view of the Korean society in the 1960s. First, the structures of interpellation and mis-recognition that are found frequently in the novels are analyzed. The role of interpellation is to enable the main character in the novels to be subject in the Symbolic. However, this interpellation can be possible only by the structure of mis-recognition. The structure of mis-recognition is one that anyone who is there at the very moment can be object of interpellation. No matter how he is appropriate, recognition is realized. These structures of interpellation and mis-recognition play a role to disclose the absurdity of the Symbolic, showing that the Symbolic is based on the mis-recognition, regardless of existence of subject. Second, the structure of repetition-compulsion is analyzed. It is easily shown the various aspects of repetition-compulsion in the novels by Choi In-Hoon. They reveal the principles to retroactively minimize the negative effects of traumatic experience. Also, the structure of repetition shows a life to be without any noticeable changes, despite changes in space-time. It implies that life and history point to repetition and continuance, not to progress and development. Third and last, the nostalgia for identity of the Imaginary is analyzed. It is the nostalgia for identity of the Imaginary that reveals ultimately through the structures of mis-recognition and repetition in Choi, In-Hoon's novels. The Symbolic in the novels is absurd, because it is sustained by mis-recognition, and thus life in the Symbolic is the same repetition of structures. The negative thought of the Symbolic leads to nostalgia for identity of the Imaginary which is represented by love and revolution. While it may be power to criticize negative today sometimes, however, the nostalgia for identity before corruption may be lead to more retroactive and negative historical consciousness. This is the reason why the novels by Choi In-Hoon have a tendency to back to the past, not open to future. The results from analysis above show that a nostalgia for the identity of the Imaginary exists behind political unconsciousness and/or sense of history and the nostalgia have dual meanings, a critic to the Symbolic and a regression to the Imaginary.

최인훈 문학에 나타난 난민의식 연구 -최인훈 작품 세계 연구(2)

김남석 ( Kim Nam-seok )
6,300
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This thesis chooses A Wobbler(회색인) and other sex dramas as a main text and Whadoo(화두) as a reference, and aims at examining characteristics, meaning and value of 'the consciousness of refugeeism' represented in Choi In-hoon's literature. A Wobbler is a work which shapes a problematic character, Dokgojun(독고준), who gets persecuted by North Korea and then driven to be the refugees. Choi In-hoon(최인훈)' s literature, especially in drama, represents the consciousness of refugeeism somewhat completely. Choi In-hoon succeeds in acquiring a remarkable result of capturing meaningful subject and expressing it by a sophisticated dramatic form, employing a variety of mythical materials and repeating seeking for a form which supports it properly. This proves that Choi In-hoon's literature combines literary universality and concreteness, and proper understanding on a form of drama. The essence of Choi In-hoon's literature is that he acutely reveals the trick and transiency of the order which comes out after the consciousness of refugeeism Especially, Whueo-y wheoy long long ago(옛날 옛적에 훠어이 훠이) deserves to appreciate in many ways. This work studies relations between group and individual, and between authority and victim, and fluently puts a consciousness of actual problems into traditional tales. His literature becomes one that contains profound insights on our contemporary society and civilization with anthropological, diachronic and mythical universality and maturity, not one that directly spits out the 1970s' gloomy political situation. For writer's own part, it is worth while to observe closely in that he has a chance to regain an ability to take up a real challenge, which could have lost because of being buried in political situation and ideal recognition of reality, and to establish a new literary location. And also, it lies in the continuity between novel and drama, so that it provides a motive to look into characteristics and unique qualities of each genre.

인격의 성숙과 성장으로서의 환상 -최인훈 희곡 「어디서 무엇이 되어 만나랴」를 중심으로

김만수 ( Kim Man-su ) , 안금련 ( An Keum-ryeon )
6,300
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Choi In-hun(최인훈)' s drama, < Where can we meet again with another faces(어디서 무엇이 되어 만나랴) > is rooted in the folk fable of < Foolish Ondal and Princess Pyeong-gang(바보 온달과 평강공주) >. In this drama, the playwright uses the intersection of the real world and the dream world. The heroine of this drama is Princess Pyeong-gang. She is known to the historical person who has lived in Kokuryeo Dynasty. But she can be esteemed to the fantastic person who repeatedly appeared in the folk tales. Sigmund Freud opened a window on the unconscious where, he said, lust, rage and repression battle for supremacy and changed the way we view ourselves. In this paper, we intended to analyze the princess' fantasies through the viewpoints of Sigmund Freud. She could be a innocent girl, female heroine or ambitious tyranny. She could be a foster child(enfant trouv) or an illegitimate child(b tard). Her story can be distorted by her own fantasy. People grow up gradually with his/her own fantasy. She dreams of her dreams according to her own desires. This drama of Choi's can be estimated to trace the unconsciousness of Princess Pyeong-gang.

삶과 예술의 갱신 -최인훈의 「하늘의 다리」를 중심으로

양진오 ( Yang Jin-o )
6,300
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Choi In Hoon has been considered as one of the best writers since Korean War, whose artistic activities has been decreased dramatically, though. However, the researchers have still shown great interests in the characters and distinctive features of his writings. It is true that such interests are limited to his special novels. Thus, the literary research for his works will be the same if we continue focusing only on the limited number of his novels. The reason for discussing "A Bridge of the Sky' published in 1970 here is to get over the problem of placing too much emphasis on few of Choi's writings and deepening the quality of the research for his literature. "A Bridge of the Sky' is the novel which tells the birth of the subject who tried to change both his life and art despite the social pressure under Korean modernization. I discuss the meaning of this novel based on two different perspectives. One is to internally analyze the subject, Jun Goo Kim, whose consciousness as a refugee and an artist were mixed up. The other is to analyze the illusion he often had. Through the analyses of these two points, I have learned that "A Bridge of the Sky' is the novel that didn't talk about the theory of Literature caught in a myth of autonomy, but explored the theory of Literature communicating with life. And, even though Jun Goo Kim seems to have repeated his alienation constantly, he is a true artist who tried to find the changes for both his life and art.

서정주의 생태사상과 그 시학적 양상

김옥성 ( Kim Ok-sung )
7,200
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This paper is a study on the ecologism and the poetics of Seo Jung-Joo. Seo is the modem poet, who stands on the front line between the pre-industrialization era and the post-industrialization era. On the base of the traditional Buddhism, he interpreted modernity subjectively. And he rationalized his mystical-ecological thought and imagination. Seo's ecological poetics is composed of imagination of Yonkiron(緣起論), imagination of symmetry, imagination of Self-realization and love. The ecologism and the poetics of Seo can give us aesthetic post-modern vision of ecotopia, but those have a fatal weakness for ecofascism.

정현종 초기시의 환유적 성격과 그 의미 구조 연구

송기한 ( Sohng Ki-han )
6,600
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This paper studies the features of the poetry of Jeong Hyen Jong and specially analyzes the first poetry world of Jeong Hyen Jong. It is times pointed out that the first poetry of Jeong Hyen Jong was features of metonymy and metaphor. But his poetry was not poetry of post modern. The things poetry of Jeong Hyen Jong has been involved features the first stage poetry. That is common community in infancy period. Especially It restarted experience of modern process with that period. And that was resisted modern process. The poetical investigation of Jeong Hyen Jong, as we pointed out in his text, embodies a summit of modern korean poetry. That is to say, his orientation in, A winds image have the opportunity to understand in his first poetry. The features of the poetry of Jeong Hyen Jong reacted modern process in the 1960s..
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This paper aims at a thorough examination of the Kim Su-young's poetic words, "shadow". And also the word is discovered in Jung's ego psychology. This paper has attempted to analyze a poetic diction in compliance with Jung's theory. Making a test will show that they had a same critical mind at each field, writing a poetry and studying a human mind. I shall focus on a poetic language that had shown a individual character, especially an aspect of the "shadow", "foe" and "road" represented in Kim Su-young's writing. And this paper aim to pay attention to an aspect of using a conceptional words. This paper first looks at the figuration and function of "shadow". Self and shadow are inevitably opposed to each other. Though they have an antagonistic relationship, they function of the perfection of self. "Shadow" is figured out insides of the thing and origins. In Kim Su-young's works, the other sides remains all the times. But "shadow" play the role as affirmative function. Kim su-young has a discovering a false image and he struggle to build a more. In this point, a finding out false image that be latent of the all thing was connected of combative spirits. He tried to brake the wall and catch a real thing. In other sides, Kim su-young had recognized that "Foe" is being in existence everytime and everywhere. The "foe" is one of the most important subject in his writing. Kim Su-young had raised a question of the "foe". His skepticism led to a long period of thorough introspection. however, that question give us to obstinateness resistances to reality. He was found out a distortion in daily life and a suppression in our society. His poetic diction has changed into a actual power. And also, a shape of "road" have represented in Kim su-young's poetry. The "road" is meaning of a long continuance life. It's image ultimately aims to offer an insight into tradition and history. My approach in this paper is based on interest about conceptional words; shadow, foe, road. The poetic diction is shown that Kim su-young have tried to overcome a time and come up to the affirmative concepts being confronted with a contradiction of the day. He had tided over a conflict composition and had a intense aspirations for unification.

소문의 시적 구현 양상 -정양의 시를 중심으로

최명표 ( Choi Myoung-pyo )
6,400
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Rumor is a social phenomenon as it requires time, space, and the intervention of others. The effective period of a rumor is determined by the degree of memory fragments that are distributed by the memory vehicle. People realize that they are a member of society by consuming and circulating rumors. Rumor secures a social identity for an individual. Rumor is likely to be scattered before being written naturally in letters; therefore, it is more oral culture-oriented than letter culture-oriented. Since oral culture is rooted in the sub-base life, it is apt to be tradition-oriented and conservative. Rumor excludes from society the person that the rumor is concerned with, while in the course of being transferred orally it is being added to and swiftly transferred backed by the collective unconsciousness for ensuring the safety of society. Jeong Yang was a poet who actively accepted rumor in his poems. He tried to grasp the substance of rumor by changing the perspective appropriately by rumor. He formulated rumor upon the experience of family history from the perspective of memory. This became even more materialized as rumor as a personal memory where a poet and a speaker are deemed identical, rumor as a collective emotion that disappears, and rumor as an social trial system. He secures an objective distance according to the features of rumor, and enhances the poetic sense of tension and reality by borrowing the rules of versification of pansori and humorous elements. In this regard, Jeong Yang should be evaluated as a poet who was consistently interested in the aspects of the change of rumor, and his effort should be evaluated as an example of realizing the varied nature of rumor successfully.

이공계생을 위한 ‘글쓰기’ 교육의 방법론과 운영에 대한 연구

김민정 ( Kim Min-jeong )
6,500
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As many colleges are increasingly focusing on the importance of writing skills in higher education, so are university engineering departments making efforts to develop discipline-specific writing programs adapted to the unique needs and character of engineering schools. This report examines case studies of existing writing programs in university engineering departments, both in South Korea and internationally. In addition, it makes recommendations for future directions of such writing education and specific methodology. First, the development of writing education in engineering colleges should not be random or haphazard. It should be integrated into the long-term plan of the engineering curriculum, along the model of curricula in liberal arts and social science colleges. Secondly, the discipline-specific writing program should be implemented in a way that enhances the engineering students' academic success by integrating writing education with technical coursework, preserving the intrinsic attributes of the engineering field. Third, it is important to use effective forms of assessment and feedback to systematically organize the writing classes towards measurable improvement of students' writing skill.
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