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On the Intention of the Edition of Chang-ga-ru-oi-sa and Its Contents

  • Journal of Humanities
  • 2008, (41), pp.27-54
  • Publisher : Institute for Humanities
  • Research Area : Humanities > Other Humanities

Kyoung Jin Hur 1

1연세대학교

Candidate

ABSTRACT

Though Chang-ga-ru-oi-sa, edited by Kim Ryeo, is one of the representative collections among other unofficial history collections, which were popular in the late Chosun, it has not been evaluated appropriately for its values as it has not been known well due to the fact that its only copy is kept in the Library at Yonsei University. Different from most unofficial history collections, which collected and transcribed individual episodes from unofficial history beyond political factions, Chang-ga-ru-oi-sa was interested in vindicating Kim Je-nam, who died under a false accusation at the time of high treason administration in the year of Gyechuk, and recovering the status of his family. As such, it included ‘Dong-gak-san-rok’ by Kim Gun-seok, the fifth grandfather in its initial part, ‘I-sang-guk dairy’ by Lee Won-ik, who advocated Queen Inmok in the course of the arguments about her dethronement, and Yul-gok Yi I’s ‘Seok-dam-il-gi’ the origin of ‘Study of family.’ Chang-ga-ru-oi-sa had influence on Pae-rim through Dae-dong-pae-rim.

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