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The study on Ahn Soogil’s Novel, Bukhyangbo

  • Korean Language & Literature
  • 2005, (54), pp.391-410
  • Publisher : Korean Language & Literature
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

정현숙 1

1이화여자대학교

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ABSTRACT

This paper examines Ahn-Soogil’s literary world and consciousness through novels in his Manchurian period. Ahn-Soogil is one of the most representative writer in Korea literature in Manchuria. He described the suffering and a will for settlement of Korea emigrant through many novels. 「Saebyuk」, 「Byo」 are mirror of the tragedy of the early period of Korean emigrant. And 「Wongakchon」, 「Mokchukki」 are comprehended his will that construct an ideal town in Manchu. Especially, 「Mokchukki」, 「Bukhyangbo」 deal with the duplicity of Manchu nation policy. 「Bukhyangbo」 depicts double-faced consciousness that accepts encouragement of stock raising outwardly and emphasizes farming which is absolute condition of life to Korean emigrant. These novels show actual circumstances of Korean emigrant in the period of Manchu nation.

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