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The Nature and Function of Interposed Poems in Yorowonyahwagi

  • Korean Language & Literature
  • 2007, (61), pp.165-185
  • Publisher : Korean Language & Literature
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

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ABSTRACT

Yorowonyahwagi is a novel written by Park, Doo-se(1650-1733) in the latter part of the Chosun period. This study is considering the nature and function as well as the interposed poems in the work. Thereupon, the interposed poems in Yorowonyahwagi are the device for converting to dialogue subject in next step and that is, it is a setting for switching to more realistic and critical theme. Moreover, one of the special features of the interposed poems is that ‘developing process of the interposed poems’ can be seen to ‘epitome of developing process of plot’. ‘Developing aspect of the interposed poems = developing aspect of plot’, referred in chapter two, is an explanation on the feature. The interposed poems in the work are progressing as the following: ‘Yukdampungwol → Jinseopungwol → Yeongu → Saun → Yukeon → Samochileon → Chileon-Yeongu → Oeon-Yeongu’. The feature is revealed when the progress substitutes for the contents in developing process. This matter has already discovered in the process of confirming the developing process of plot and its contents were consistent with the analysis in the process of resolving the interposed poems with three standards.

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