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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 : 51권 0호 (2011)

상호텍스트성을 활용한 문학교육 연구 -패러디 시 창작 교육 사례를 중심으로

김영택 ( Kim, Yung-taek ) , 박현이 ( Park, Hyun-lee )
7,300
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The purpose of this thesis is to study college students' literature education for developing their creativity and original imagination. The education of writing in college should be conducted to develop learners’ identity and to be nurtured as a mature human being. The ultimate goal of literature education is to improve learners' ability to think, read write, and criticize through literature works. But most learners appeal to difficulty and pressure for creation. So this study is based on the idea that learners can easily come in on creation through a mimetic-writing and parody by using inter-textuality, Thus this study is come up with the creational method as a total thinking activity including reading, writing, discourse and discussion in accordance with the inter-textuality. This study proceeded discussion by phased strategy like this; At the first stage I led learners to have a basic creative writing skill by giving them a good quality program based on reading materials such as Jeong Hee-seoung’s poem, 「November is not disappear all of the everything」, Jeong Yi-hyeon’s short-story 「Today’s Lie」. At the second stage, I taught learners to be able to have understanding, conception and collaborative-writing about the subject-matter of creation by communicating and discussing among the member. At the third stage, I Led learners to take an advanced creation of poetry course through writing process imitating the original text, which is based on accumulated education contents of preceeding stages. In Chapter Ⅱ, I explore possibility of literature education using Inter-textuality. And then I advance phased model of teaching and learning by using inter- textuality for effective education of creation. In Chapter Ⅲ, I proved the effectiveness and meaning of teaching program which was invented in Chapter Ⅱ through process appling to real educational field specifically and real cases. I particularly define the educational effect and significance of learning-writer6 s poetry creation cases by using parody of external genre and parody of internal genre. So far, this paper study on the example of literature education by using inter- textuality, I could find that this writing method is more useful than creation of imitation poetry in education, by leading a learner to their various presentations. Even though creative writing model and teaching strategy presented in this thesis are not perfect, I hope that this can be an alternative in the education of literature in college.

이육사의 탈주의식과 타자성

최윤정 ( Choi, Yun-jung )
6,300
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Through the spatial extension from the north and the extension of time from the beginning, Yi Yuk Sa’ poetry is shown to escape from the . His northern consciousness songs the restoration of the continental origin that the subjective capacity is vast and the restoration of historical origins that the nation started from the beginning of time. Eventually the world of the future is revealed in the ancient world as an ideal world. The ancient world is recovered as the mirror of the world of the future. Yi Yuk Sa breaks down the dichotomous structure such as history and poetry, reality and fantasy, West and East He shows confucian consciousness by consistency of poetry and action. Or he suggests the belief for the revelation of the ancient world. Then his text shows the post-colonialism. By breaking the structure of the East and the West, his poetry will embodiment the anti-imperialism This Yuk Sa' history of life informs the uniqueness of our culture and reveals political and cultural closely with china. Such things are one of the formats treat to the central logic of East Asian cooperation.

최명익의 소설에 나타난 세대론의 전유와 변주

공종구 ( Kong, Jong-goo )
6,100
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This thesis tends to analyze correlation and it’s periodic implication between representation of disease and discourse of generation in Choi Meyng-ick's novels. This thesis which has such a purpose selected three texts―「Paradox』,『A ripple of spilit』, 『A person of lungfish』 as concentrative analytic object. The argument of this thesis which has such a purpose as follows. The motifs of disease in Choi Meyng-ick’s novels which writed concentratively in the period around the Chinese-japanese War showed the aspects of repetition compulsion. Choi Meyng-ick's novels which writed concentratively in the period around the Chinese-japanese War appears to restrict to oppression and burden of the discourse of generation and discourse of overcome of modem which played an important role in the discourse fields of the later colonial period represented as ca dark period’. Three works which was selected as concentrative analytic object was the his fictitious record and confession to the the discourse of generation. This thesis confirmed that the discourse of generation which formed the basic schema of three works mobilized allegory.
6,400
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This thesis is to study 『Seoul is full』 of Lee Ho-Cheol’s novel. In the 1960’s the government of Park Jeong-hee’s core predominant discourse was "the modernization of Korea'. Today、social system is deeply rooted in the capitalistic modernization during the 1960's. This study is to reveal how the novels in the 1960’s reflected the discourse of modernization of Mr. Paris and in what forms and in what contents. The government of Mr. Park was planning to modernize the country, and was forced to make adaptive people, therefore in the 1960’s, the social habits rapidly changed. Newly appeared habits emphasized the efficiency and usability. So we could know that many meeting were conducted by instrumented meeting in the 1960's novel Gil-nyeo's job is a call girl, but she was able to dream of marriage, that’s why is the modem way of thinking mental and body is isolated. She could see her own situation as the modem way. But instrumented relationship brought solitude and impossibility of communication. As a result, people faced the struggle of finding their place in the『Seoul is full』. To adapt at 1960’s system was not easy for people of『Seoul is full』 who dreamed self-preservation. Because major figures in the novel of Lee Ho-Cheol are middle being between 'home’ that emphasis on traditional values and ‘Seoul’ that emphasis on modem values.

이효석 소설의 노스탤지어 연구

강유정 ( Kang Yu-jung )
6,200
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This study aims to search the meaning of antimonic pose in Yi, Hyo-seok's works. This antimonic pose can reveal the repressive desire and internal sense of guilty. The main characters of his works are often tormented by a guilty conscience and internal desire. But on the other hand he they have an obsession about perfect life and ideological world. They want to live moral on the ether hand want to break their moral obsession. This interesting coexistence of antimonic desire give us a clue to understand his works as nostalgia. His main characters usually complain of inner conflict with daily life and his ideological worth. This conflict simultaneously appears with paradoxical longing for a stable life and non-daily impulse. For example, it can explain the coexistence "When Bucketwheet Flowers Blossom" and other works to reveal of nostalgic longing for exotic culture and life. Nostalgic characters usually simple men who live a simple, secure life. But they want to live another life, even if only for a brief time. The another life to live is natural life. Nature is an ideological idea and the quite contrary to urban life. To them natural life is a genuine life and worthwhile life. The mordern and city life is lack of this true worth and ideal. Therefore, we can say for Yi, hyo-seok, nature is a immanent utopia. The term of utopia is a similar to nostalgic fundamentals. As Milan Kundera said, nostalgia involve the meaning of torture from their own ignorance. For him, the yearning of nature, home, exotic culture, illicit love, maternal things are all expression of nostalgia.

한국현대청소년소설과 『모두 아름다운 아이들』

김경애 ( Kim, Kyung-ae )
6,000
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This study was written for finding the worth of the fiction 『All Cool Youngsters』written by Choi, Shi-Han and settling the concept and the category of the Korean modern juvenile fiction. This fiction has the special feature and structure of the juvenile fiction. But it was not published and judged as a juvenile fiction. This phenomenon means two important thing at least. The first is the juvenile fiction's signifi is changed. This fiction was written from 1991 and published in 1996 as a book. Then the word of the juvenile fiction did not mean the concept used currently. At least in 1996 when the fiction published as a book, the word of the juvenile fiction did not mean the concept used currently. Nowadays, it means the fiction the professional author write for juveniles, but then it meaned the fiction juveniles wrote themselves. The second is the researchers have prejudice that this fiction must be a bildungsroman. Because of this reason, the researchers did not noticed that this fiction is a juvenile fiction. Cause of changement the concept and the form, for example the structure and the narrative description, I will call the juvenile fiction after 『All Cool Youngsters』written by Choi, Shi-Han the Korean Modern Juvenile Fiction. The contents of changement is as follows. The first of all, the structure is changed. The modern juvenile fiction has the narrative structure of the suture by means of wondering, but the juvenile fiction hasn't it before. This fiction written by Choi, Shi-Han has the narrative structure. And The modern juvenile fiction is written under the figural narrative situation, because it want to breathe with youngsters together and give the fantasy that's the story must be their story right. Under this discussion, 『All Cool Youngsters』written by Choi, Shi-Han can be the first fiction of the Korean modern juvenile fiction.

임철우 소설의 가족 로망스 ―1980년대 소설을 중심으로

김주언 ( Kim, Joo-eon )
5,700
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This study, explores a family romance of Lim Chul-woo's novel, starts from a reflective introspection of the concept of a ‘family romance’. Lim Chul-woo's novels show various versions of family romance, with these versions forming a consistent feature of his works. Hence, looking into family romance would also be the work of tracing an essential aspect of transition in Lim Chul-woo’s novel. In particular, the family romance of Lim Chul-woo's novel needs to be reflected from a perspective in which the family romance’s imaginary formation is categorized as being either an foundling or bastard type. The trauma that stimulates Lim Chul-woo's narrative impulse is that of an orphan consciousness; at the time of debut, the orphan appears as the main character in the Lim Chul-woo's early works. The matter of the father’s absence then has to somehow be overcome in the formation of the orphan’s narrative. In the family romance, the orphan often appears as the main character a neither one-time nor coincidental occurrence in Lim Chul-woo’s narrative world. This matter repeatedly appears as a narrative pattern. In addition, the question then arises as to why an orphan appears as the main character in these narratives. Lim Chul-woo's family romance would like to answer this question based on a context from our modern history. At the bottom of his novel has been presented as a tragedy in modern Korean history, by referencing the Korean War in 1950 and the 5.18 Gwangju Uprising in 1980. According to Lim Chul-woo's family romance, the main point of these two tragic events would be the myth that the father has disappeared and been replaced with a bogus father; in other words, the 'ideology’, as well as the myth of 'power'. Although Lim Chul-woo's family romance adopts a being an foundling who never fights or resists, it can also be considered as an imaginary formation in attempting to become a bastard groping in the dark by refusing to surrender to an 'imaginary father'.
6,600
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In this essay, recognition of and attitude toward Jirisan, as well as the implied characteristics of the recognition, are studied among the travel essays in mid to late 1930s. Also, to help understanding, hiking’s example and meaning are viewed from tentative perspective, from 1900s to the liberation in 1945. The summary is as follows. In chapter 2, examples and meaning of hiking are divided into five. In this chapter, the term ‘hiking’ is used with ‘play’, ‘exploration’, ‘health’, ‘Alpinism’, ‘exercise’, and ‘entertainment’, and by doing so, hiking has a purpose of play, historical exploration, research exploration, conquest, exercise and entertainment of labor, and include dual meaning. In chapter 3, among two student travel essays, it is found that Jirisan is described as the object of exploration and conquest. Oyongsa(five warriors), who are hiking club members of Yang Chung High School, saw Jirisan as an object of conquest from alpinist perspective, but for Lee Hak-don of Gyeongseong School of Pharmacy, it was an object of conquest through aesthetic and scholastic research. For the two subjects, who had rational view on the nature, Jirisan is a virgin forest conquerable without contamination by nationalism ideology.
6,400
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This study analyses the lives of Korean-Japanese(or Jainichi) women who migrated from Jejudo and living in Choseon Market of Ikaino, which described in the novel, ‘Ikaino Stories(猪飼野物語)’ written by Won Sooil. In this novel, the women who were the first generation of Jeju-Japanese migrants, had been worked in Choseon Market for their family, instead of their economically unable or helpless husband in Japan. Some of them earned their income in black market, which blossomed here and there after the 2nd world war and Korean war, especially near Tsuruhasi station at Osaka. Now Choseon Market changed its name as a ‘Korean Town’. However, Choseon Market in Ikaino which exists as a demographic and cultural island within Japan, is still a very important socio-economic center for the people of Korean-Japanese, and a symbol of historical relationship between Korea and Japan. That is, Ikaino is not only a place of living but also a memory of space to the Janichi themselves.

디아스포라 증언의 서사- 이양지 소설에 나타난 트라우마를 중심으로-

엄미옥 ( Eom Mi Ok )
6,300
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The purpose of this study is to investigate the trauma depicted in Lee Yang Ja's novels and by doing so, to show how the historical experience of the subjects of Diaspora is testified. The female character in her novel is the 2nd generation Korean-Japanese and suffers from traumatic neurosis and extreme ego splitting. Between Korea and Japan, her identity is lost, her consciousness is splitted and her feelings are conflicted, which leads to excessive smoking and drinking, sexual obsession with a married man and a hallucination of getting killed by a Japanese. The trauma does not just appear in the form of mental illness but also appears in the form of linguistic impediment of Korean and Japanese. The characters in her novel decided to come and study in Korea in order to learn Korean and regain their identities, but Japanese was their mother tongue and Korean was just a foreign language for them so they adhered to Japanese language instead of trying to learn Korean. The character, struggling between the 2 languages, voiced the violence of linguistic nationalism. The fact that Lee Yang Ja's novel is autobiographical in nature proves that her writing has been a process of healing her own trauma as a Korean Japanese. The point she reached after overcoming the trauma through her writing was 'to see as it is,' which means accepting herself, torn between Korea and Japan, as she was. To accept as she was means to get over the trauma of the past and an establishment of a new identity through reconciliation with herself. And the trauma she suffered was not just her personal trauma, but a historical experience and furthermore, the trauma of Korean Diaspora that could be the trauma of humanity and represent the instability of the national state. Narrations of such trauma, like counter-transferences of Gayko in < Woman diver > and the sister in < Merrymaking >, serve as an impetus for others to have ethical reflection on existence and identity.
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