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尹善道에게 있어서의 ‘理想鄕’의 의미 작용 연구-杜甫와의 비교를 중심으로-

  • Korean Language & Literature
  • 2006, (57), pp.217-242
  • Publisher : Korean Language & Literature
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

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ABSTRACT

This article intends to explore the meaning of Puyong-dong in Pogildo where has been considered to be a significant place in understanding Yun Seon-do's literature, notably sijo poems such as “The New Songs in the Mountain” and “The Fisherman's Song of Four Seasons.” Unlike related other studies, which see this place as a background for the composition of the sijo poems, this article considers the place as Utopia for Yun Seon-do. Utopia, usually, refers to an imaginary ideal place where does not exist in real world. However, given that, as an ideal residence, Yun had dreamed a place where was located apart from worldly life and he made a companion with nature, Puyong-dong can be said a kind of embodied Utopia. A poem entitled “Inscription on Jeongingwan Rock” composed while in his exile at Kyongwon exhibits that Tu Fu's thatched house in Ch'engtu functions as a model of Utopia for Yun. Although Puyong-dong and thatched house in Ch'engtu function as Utopia for respectively Yun and Tu Fu, the characteristics of the places as Utopia is rather different. Given two types of Utopia, the type of Mureung-dowon where is deeply related with human's daily life and that of Mt. Pongrae where is transmitted that a Taoist hermit(神仙) live, we can categorize Yun's Puyong-dong as the first type and can do Tu Fu's thatched house as the second type.

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