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A Study on the Negotiation Phases between Korean Modern Historical Novel and Drama

Byounggill Kim 1

1숙명여자대학교

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ABSTRACT

Korean modern historical literature had been developed through the competitions and mutual interferences among different writings which have multifarious discourse properties, but the studies on it have focused on discussions about authors and works by and large. For this reason this study took notice of the negotiation phases between historical novel and drama which represent Korean modern historical literature substantially. As a result some major trends were witnessed. First, a lot of historical play texts were created and dramatized as a metafiction. Second, historical novel texts were created by referring to those play texts. Third, new historical play texts which based on those created works appeared. As it were intertextuality were actively produced. Which shows the fact that historical play texts simply were not dramatized in historical novel texts. The fact that two writings shows similar walking in a place for ‘Kookminmoonhak (nationalism literature)’ also deserves special mention. These writing agreed with the double-sidedness, imperialism and popularity narrative. This study's purpose is to analyze these two different genres' concrete connection through the midium of historical material. Additionally the cultural background from a viewpoint of sociology will be considered in this analysis process.

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