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Baekseok, Rilke, and Francis Jammes study

  • 인문논총
  • 2023, 62(), pp.87-108
  • DOI : 10.33638/JHS.62.4
  • Publisher : Institute for Human studies, Kyungnam University
  • Research Area : Humanities > Other Humanities
  • Received : August 31, 2023
  • Accepted : October 10, 2023
  • Published : October 31, 2023

no byeong chun 1

1청주대학교

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ABSTRACT

This study is a discussion examining the relationship between Baekseok, Rilke, and Jammes. First, I looked at the points that Baekseok was presumed to have been influenced by Rilke and Jammes. And I looked at the similarities that appear in common in poetry. Rilke and Jammes were mentioned once in Baekseok's poem. This makes it possible to speculate that it may have influenced Baekseok's life and poetry creation. In addition, Rilke's poems were translated into Japanese and introduced, and Baek Seok's 72 Jammes poems while studying in Japan were translated into Japanese. Baekseok studied in Japan and was fluent in Japanese. Therefore, he would have had no problem reading the Japanese translation. Baekseok, Rilke show similarities in the way they write poetry and their stylistic characteristics. Baekseok and Rilke are similar in structure and theme of poetry. Their poems have a structure that places the noble spiritual values of people with poverty and sadness together while confessing the desperate life of reality. Through this structure of the poem, the noble spirit of the poet is revealed. In addition, the poems of Baekseok and Jammes are similar in that they use natural language and write prose poetry. The use of natural language and narrative creation methods make life's problems concrete and natural. These two poets try to gaze at their true selves through these creative methods.

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