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Play(revitalization), Pause

Irhe Sohn 1

1한국예술종합학교

Candidate

ABSTRACT

Play(revitalization), Pause:Female Representation in Narrative Cinema of Colonial KoreaSohn IrheNarratives on women during the colonial period changed itself by the historical situation. Articles in newspapers and magazines which deal with the death of actresses/women shows similarities to shinpa narrative popular to people in 20s. It reveals the narrators' consideration of the modern in colonial Korea as defered while suturing the fatal moment of the death and the exhibitional attributes in attraction of actresses with narrative. In 1930s, this narrative changed into frontal attack to the women in the narrative rather than depresion. Women figure of shinpa had lost its meaning at that time since the so-caled 'modern' semed to be able to be grabed in hands with extending the market in the geography of the Japanese empire. Like Military Train which do not grant any apropriate role to the shinpa women 323women and their narratives along with historical situations, this article focuses on the desire of the modern in the colonial period withnarrative r e p r e s e n t a t i o n o f w o m e n , h a d c h a n g e d i t s f i g u r e b y t i m e b u t r e peated. Though, it also breaks the homogeneous ground of the narrative that the subjects' practice sometimes make the moment of the pause whilei t i s playing.Key Wordsactress, narrative cinema, becoming japanese, the modern, shinpa, Mun Yebong, Military Train, Straits of Chosun, play(revitalization), pause

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