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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 : 35권 0호 (2007)

편집인의 말

송명희
1,000
키워드보기
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조지훈의 ‘서경시’에 함축된 시적 전통의 성격

김문주 ( Kim Mun-joo )
6,100
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This is the study that reviews the view for the poetry of Jihun who evaluates ‘Descriptive Poems’ as the neutral area between lyrics and epics and values its unique value. The purpose of this article is to show that his ‘Descriptive Poems’ are the poetic scope that integrates the core parts of the view for poetry and identifies his spirit of poetry, and to identify how to connect it to the tradition of Korean Poetry. It is the work to review the root of the Korean lyrics and the goal that his poems and view for the poetry goes for. ‘Descriptive Poems’ of Jihun are the poetic model where his principle of poetry writing presented in ‘Poetry’ ― Simplification, Specialization and Generalization. It models the world where ‘objective and subjective’ and ‘object and self’ become unified. His ‘Descriptive Poems’ inherit the tradition of formative speculation of East Asia, which tries to describe the idea of the poets in the objective world. It can be the poetic area where the idea of ‘Seonjong - Zen’ that discovers the universal life in the individual life. Jihun wanted to describe the principle of universal life through the object world, and shape ‘Life Emotion’ that enjoys universal life through the instance of unification with the object. ‘Descriptive Poems’ that describes the phenomenon of life with simple language and patterns can be the poetic ideal of Jihun trying to shape the special whole through usual section. It is connected to the aesthetic quality of northeast Asia that makes a deep point in the tradition of Korean Lyrics. The poems such as「Gosa ‘古寺’- Old Temple」,「Sanbang ‘山房’-Temple Room」,「Seungmu ‘僧舞’-Monk Dancing」, and 「 Jeongya ‘靜夜’-Silent Night」 show the characteristics of ‘Descriptive Poems’.

조지훈의 수필문학연구

송명희 ( Song Myung-hee )
6,700
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This manuscript was written for the purpose of studying Jo, Ji-Hun's essay. In particular, it was written on purpose to throw light on the various aspects of Ji-Hun's essays. Ji-Hun's essays clearly show a tendency to follow the formal essay which is written by the needs of the times more than the informal essay. He chiefly used a direct and manly formal style when he wrote an essay. I divided Ji-Hun's essays into his pursuit of traditional beauties, his insight into the desire of human, his aesthetics of a stone and the Zen Buddhism, his informal essays, and his classical scholar's mind and participating in realities of life. Considering the fact that he achieved a lot of good results as a poet and a Koreanologist, it was the inevitable result that he wrote many essays about the pursuit of traditional beauties. He was a scion of Confucian scholars' family in Yeongnam and a lecturer of Buddhism school in a temple. So his career which was combined Confucian intelligence with Buddhistic intelligence was affecting making his essay more fertile and various. The study of Ji-Hun's essay has to be developed as a field of study about Jo, Ji-Hun later. This manuscript has just taken the first step, but I hope the day will come when more studies of essay begin in earnest.

조지훈의 초기시 연구

엄성원 ( Um Sung-won )
6,500
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This essay intends to consider the double-sided characteristics in the early poems of Korean traditional poet, Jo Ji-hun. Through this study, I will examine the meaning of the various imagery and tones as an aesthetic strategy. By clarifying the poetic structure in his early poems and the attitude of cognition about modern world, I will look into the continuity and variation in Korean traditional poetry. Early poems of Jo Ji-hun who wanted to follow the vision and language of Chung Ji-Young can be seen to show a poetic world based on traditional world of view. He illustrated his own poetic perspective with a traditional image and rhythm in his whole lifetime. But he had modernist perspective, specially included French Symbolism about literature in his early era, too. Jo Ji-hun who tried to establish the unique poetic vision often used the principle of contemplation about nature and life in his poems arise from traditional word formation. It presents the sense of balance between the subject and the object. His poetic contributions in the history of Korean literature is to set up a foundation of traditional poetics.

조지훈의 비평의식과 서정시론 연구

하상일 ( Ha Sang-il )
5,900
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The aim of the thesis is to examine Jo Ji-hun's critical consciousness and lyric poetics. The poetics of Jo Ji-hun was established as a practical methodology that concretized the reality recognition of the salvation of people or building up the people corresponding to the crises of the nation (the people) in extreme confrontation of left and right camps right after the Independence. In addition, his poetics underlined the realization of modernity based on the organic combination with tradition through the criticism against modernist literature. In short, Jo Ji-hun's criticism against modernism could be summarized as 'a refusal of something early modern and a return to traditionalism.' From this point of view, Chapter 2 of this study looked closely into the re-recognition for tradition and the current conditions of classical exploration shown in Jo Ji-hun's critiques. Furthermore, Chapter 3 of this study investigated the organic aesthetics, the very aesthetic foundation intended by Jo Ji-hun's poetics, and concretized it further in terms of realizing a lyric world view. Lastly, it examined that Jo Ji-hun's lyric poetics has gone into the direction of pure poetics while emphasizing the vividness of poetic creation.

엠페도클레스의 "리조마타"와 라캉의 자연철학

권택영 ( Kwon Teckyoung )
5,300
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When reinterpreting the Freudian unconscious, Lacan did not exactly follow what his forerunners had done. He wanted to be the Father who would create a new theory of influence in his own time. For this purpose he scrutinized and employed others' opinions: those of Saussure, Hegel, and ancient mystics among others. This paper examines Lacanian not-all theory in regards to the influence of Empedocles. Freud referenced this Greek philosopher when he named an instinct for death to contrast with an instinct for life. The words of Empedocles embodied two contrary forces, crucial factors in explaining how the world operates. They are the forces of Love(philia) and Hatred(neikos). What Lacan borrowed from him was not only these two forces as reformulated in Eros and Thanatos, but the four basic elements of which the world is composed, named rhizomata by Empedocles: air, fire, earth, and water. This paper will examine those four elements with respect to Lacan's four knots. The focus will be on the search for the proper order of rhizomata, matching the four elements to Lacan's four knots. The paper concludes that one thing hidden behind Lacanian not-all theory is a discourse on Nature inspired by the ancient mystic, Empedocles.
7,200
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This research originates in the statement that the background of the traditional Vietnamese drama “Quan m Thi Kinh” and the hometown of its protagonist is Kao.li (Goryeo). The epic structure of the suffering of the female protagonist of “Quan m Thi Kinh” and its aesthetic characteristic of overcoming tragic emotion by comicality are aspects it has in common with Korean epic folksongs. The characteristic of “Quan m Thi Kinh,” which quarantines the sorrowful woman’s fate by means of satire, thus forming an aesthetic of comicality, has an originality that distinguishes it from the comicality of other works. The comic figures appearing in traditional Vietnamese drama, including “Quan m Thi Kinh,” in terms of their role models, and means of embodying the aesthetic of comicality, are all exactly the same as the character Malttugi in Korean masked dance dramas (talchum). In the past Korea and Vietnam were far more advanced than we think nowadays in terms of their cultural communication and close relationship of mutual influence.

영상 서사물의 수사적 읽기를 통한 서사문화교육

최인자 ( Choi In Ja )
6,600
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The aim of this study is to develop the rhetorical reading of the image narrative for the narrative culture education. The image narrative has characteristic form. The aim of rhetorical reading is to interpret how the text makes the reader's cognition and emotional response. With this method, the student can find the hidden value system and presuposition. According to this method, first, the student can analysis the story and discourse. The story is composed of syntagmatic axis and pragmatic axis. In the image narrative, especially the pragmatic axis is crucial to make hidden meaning. The image narrative is composed voice, image and language, so the pragmatic axis makes hidden cause and effect. In the discourse layer, the audio-vedio focalization controls the emotional response of viewer. The T.V drama expand the event in social-cultural context. The animation reduce the event to individual psyche.

‘동양’의 발견과 국민문학 - 김종한론

고봉준 ( Ko Bong-jun )
6,400
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The purpose of this study is to examine the works of Kim Jong Hwan, especially, based upon the concepts of National Literature and New Localism. Most of Kim Jong Hwan's early works were new folk songs and ariettas. He thought new folk song was the result of modern technology, for example, radio and record player made it possible to be made and distributed of new folk song. Kim emphasized new folk song could reflect of the spirit of the times. In the late of 1930', he didn't related folk poetry with nationalism. Rather, he thought the concept of local color as original nature of modern art. The concept of new-localism were frequently discovered since he participated in magazine 『Kukminmunhak』. New localism of the age meant korea was only a local of japan. He regarded that the emphasis on 'new localism' could offer a korean distinctiveness to eastern literature. However, he failed to be free from the logic of national literature. New localism was just one of the rules of national literature.

김소월의 「왕십리(往十里)」 연구- 상호텍스트성을 중심으로

김권동 ( Kim Kwon-dong )
6,100
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The purpose of this study is to exam the meaning in its object 'Wang-Sipni'(往十里) in relation to 'Hung-taryung'(흥타령) or 'Yeokum-susimka'(엮음수심가). Although Kim So-wol's 'Wang-Sipni' is the most important work of his, its meaning has not been clearly revealed. Moreover, since its name was defined as 'folk poetry'(民謠詩) in a parenthesis as this work was published, this study is to point out the fact that the study has not been performed based on intertextuality. Folk ballads of West-provinces(西道) was having enormous effects on many poets of folk poetry at the time. In a sense of an individual writing folk poetry is different from folk-song, surely poetry aiming at folk-song, and so individual consciousness cannot be excluded fundamentally in folk poetry. Therefore, although folk poetry possesses a lot of elements of folk-song, it is within its own limit where it cannot be regarded in the same light with folk-song. However, in Kim So-wol's 'Wang-Sipni' we can see common elements found in 'Hung-taryung' or 'Susim-yeokumka', and it will be a meaningful work to exam this point in relation to his poetic theory.
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