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<Trace of Heart> as Comparative Literature Text - The Reception of Theatre in the Japanese Taishō Period and the Self Representation in Kim Woojin's Diary -

kwon, Junghee 1

1성균관대학교

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ABSTRACT

The purpose of this article is to examine the significance of Kim Woojin's diary of <Trace of Heart>, in the relation of context of Japanese Taisho age. <Trace of Heart> were "pieces of record" that Kim Woojin was various experience of encountering different cultures of period to study aboard and after his return, often across Colonial Chosen and Japan. In these his dairy, this paper looked into the process of becoming aware of "I" through the relation of tension of crack and sense of solidarity of individual and community that was made subject to personal pronoun of private singularity and plural form called "uri" and "na". Thus, this research reconstructed various event with clue of record of watching the performance and the theaters and lectures meeting written in his diary. Trough these, it has prompted to reveal the matter of representation of lifeforce, with the mediacy of Drama. Therefore, it was described tracks of bird of ‘individualist' new liberal arts with context of culture of the Taisho age by considering various aspects “unique life" of "art of life", in this study.

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This paper was written with support from the National Research Foundation of Korea.