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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 : 14권 0호 (2002)

대하소설의 공간 형상 시론 - 「혼불」을 사례로

장일구 ( Il-gu Jang )
6,600
초록보기
This essay is concentrated on the narrative space in roman-fleuve (a kind of long saga novel). Generally novel, especially roman-fleuve or historical novel is supposed as a kind of temporal art. The essential stories are continued in certain sequential plot, and reading process is operated in linear circuit. Eventually narratives are all assumed as the effects of consecutive developments. But investigating the details of each text, we can discover various elements of spatial form in narratives. The descriptive devices of setting (not a naive technique of delineation), the spatial constitutions of stories (not a linear dramatic plot), and non-narrative discourses demonstrate the narrative spatiality of roman-fleuve. Honbul is an exemplary text. With analyzing Honbul, I reconsider the hypothesis about classification of novels to the so-called temporal arts. And I find diverse features of spatial forms in roman-fleuve.

환경 파괴와 생태계 위기에 대한 소설의 응전력 - 1990년대 소설을 중심으로

곽경헌 ( Kyung-heon Kwak )
6,600
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A crisis of environmental ecosystem is a serious problem that is decisive in life and death of humankind. Accordingly ecological thinking makes an alternative plan for it. In this swim of the times, literature cannot make an exception. Novels have to show a response to it. Human being say that they are in need of three discourse to conquer a crisis of environmental ecosystem. That is, there are restricted, scientific and poetical discourse. A poetical discourse of them is far effective. Because it appeals to sensibility of human being. This essay is written to study such literary effect. How do the writers correspond to this problem? Principally I studied centuring around the novels of 1990s. I pointed an outcome and limit of such novels. The econovels written in 1990s mainly describe about a problem of environmental pollution. This point doesn’t differ much from the post econovels. Writers' ecological imagination is as poor as that. Naturally novels pictorical of the consensus of human and nature were written, too. But that is a few. This problem is a subject that the future econovels have to solve.

정지용의 초기 시 연구

최학출 ( Hak-chool Choi )
6,900
키워드보기
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In March 1923, Ji Yong Jeong wrote ‘Nostalgia’(「향수」), After two months’ in May 1923, he became a student of the Tojisa(同志社) University, in Kyoto(京都). Since then, Kyoto became his new poetic space as well as his new experiencing space. What did he see and feel at this new poetic space? In addition, what did he fill in his poems? This thesis is the process of solving these questions. This is why this thesis’s first targets of analysis is his poems at his Kyoto days. The poetic space that he makes for ‘Nostalgia’ is full of experiences and images which are familar to him. 'Kamokawa(「鴨川」)’ has to show a new poetic space. However, this poem has not enough new images and not enough new experiences. Accordingly, while expressing stability and showing determinate and ordered world in ‘Nostalgia’、he shows incongruity between form and content in ‘Kamokawa’. This incongruity notices the changing direction of his poem. ‘Early morning in the spring’ shows not only the delicacy of the bodily sense but also its closing. He had a specific verbal sense that he was able to use ordinary words exactly and agilely. However, it is difficult to say that the sounds and images in this poem are from all direct senses, The poetic subject is completely confining himself into the window, and this suppression makes up the loneliness of ‘Little Young Elephant’. The desire to the poetic subject can be regulated or concealed properly by figurative techniques and poetic devices. However, according to this poem, that is very difficult. He knew that it is the grammar of poetry that the poetic subject must control his body impulse and his physiological phenomena himself. However, he also knew that the process is really laborious. Ji Yong Jeong was the poet who tried to solve this problem intentionally and to create the new poetic form since he first started his career. His interest of the sea is confirmed in his first work, ‘The Dream of the Wind and Waves (「風浪夢」)’. His interest and desire toward the sea was the main driving power which motivated him to write The Collected Poems of Ji Yong Jeong (「정지용시집」), so it is not too much to say that the main point of The Collected Poems of Ji Yong Jeong is also a drawing of “the marine chart” in ‘Sea 2’. In ‘Sea V’, the sea was his first direct object of expression. This work seems to be remained at the level of childish thought and simplicity, if considering it outwardly. Therefore one also can say that he did not reach the mature recognition and exact expression for the sea in this work. However, this poem ascertains the poet’s deep concern and passion toward the sea by presenting the subject's particular friendship with the sea. In other words, Ji Yong Jeong used the technique of the imagination from children’s mind as the main device that exposes and hides his passion and desire to the sea, privately.

백석 시의 비유적 구조

권혁웅 ( Hyuck-ung Kweon )
5,900
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This study is concerned with figurative character of Baek―Sok(백석)’ s poetry. Baek-Sok combines similar objects by metaphoric parallelism. Metaphoric parallelism is a method which loosely connect poetic objects by similarity. Phonemic, grammatical and semantic similarity are observed with his poem. These objects shape a childhood or public community. Moreover, metaphoric parallelism take prose message into verse form. Because it is possible that objects connected by meaning are arranged in order by syntax. Synecdoche synthesis is used that objects arranged by metaphor show some general dimensions. There is a synecdoche object that control each metaphoric object in his poem. Baek-Sok shows cognition of totality through synecdoche synthesis. Thangs to synecdoche consideration, what restore native place be connected with what restore total community. To use metaphoric parallelism and synecdoche synthesis, Baek-Sok totally reconstructed the national life. His poetry is whole stories concentrated on personal stories. He puts in dimension of his life time through concrete details and shows aesthetic characters through the connection of details.

서정주 시의 구술성 연구 -「질마재 신화」를 중심으로

장창영 ( Chang-young Jang )
6,100
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The purpose of this paper is to examine Orality of Seo Jeong- ju’poetry. Numerous attempts have been made by scholars to show characters of Seo and Seo’poetry. Althogh a large number of studies have been made on Seo Jeong-ju, little is known about orality of Seo’poetry. Only a few attemps have so far been made about orality of Seo’poetry. I would like to focus on characters of Seo’poetry in a view of Orality. Seo, bom in a period centered on oral history, would have energetically realized the value of constituted orality. As a result, there are a lot of oral characteristics - ‘an interruption of speakers’ close adherence to people’s life, and additional sentences -- in his poems. Orality offers the key to an understanding on the writing style of Seo Jeong-Ju. All of this amounts to saying that Orailty is a very noticeable character of Seo’s poetic diction. The question which we must consider next is Seo’s life and poetic world. These results lead to the conclusion that Orality is important ideas of Seo’ poetic diction.

『南柯錄』硏究

조용호 ( Yong-ho Cho )
7,500
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The purpose of this essay is to introduce the novel Namgarok, which is never known yet to academic world’ and to research the narrative structure, meaning and intention of the author. Up to now, the only information about this work is the fact that the author is Man-sung, Choi. He is considered that maybe had lived in 19C. According to the result of a study on the text itself, Namgarok contains different characteristics from other contemporary novels, and uncommon literary accomplishment. In the course of this study, first of all, I examined the characterization of the work. As a result, I found that the naming gave a hint about the course and effect of narrative progress. And I also confirmed that the characters’ personality and mental state was manifest through the vivid descriptions about action and conversation of them. Especially, the author used the contrast between self and others, and between divinity and vulgarity as a means to express his intention. Secondly, through examination of the narrative structure, I found that this novel had three unique qualities. First, this novel enlarged spatial setting to five-dimension, that are heaven, earth, hell, fairy-land and underwater world. Those includes every spaces that contemporary people can imagine. Second, Namgarok can be classified as a genre of war novel because this novel’s main conflict is the war between two hostile countries. The last, this novel accomplished remarkable narrative techniques of the analepsis that never be found in almost of sino-korean novels in that age. Lastly, I examined the meaning of work and the world-view of author. So I found that, on the surface, the causality and retribution of the Buddhism is presented as an important logic of human life, but, on the deep level, the Confucian values are emphasized as a logic of this- life and the reformation of destiny is adopted as narrative logic rather than fatalism. And the author accepted popular belief and imagination in his work. Therefore I could guess that the author of Namgarok is a poor scholar who lived in unfortunate circumstances.
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