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Images of the Nature Represented in Nakseo Yoon Deokhee's Jehwasi

  • Korean Language & Literature
  • 2004, (53), pp.359-381
  • Publisher : Korean Language & Literature
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

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ABSTRACT

The two volumes of Subaljip, the collection of Yoon Deokhee’s writings, has Jehwasi (poems inspired by paintings) of 45 pieces with 40 titles. This study mainly addresses Jehwasi involving the nature out of the poems. Yoon Deokhee described the nature in ideal sense or ideological sense in his Jehwasi. That is, he viewed the nature as the object of longing, far from the reality, in expressing the nature in complete paintings in verse forms. Moreover, his ideological expressions have property of transcendentalism, and his device to express it is to confer temporal permanence upon ordinary natural objects. Thus, the conclusion is that his ideal representation of images of the nature in paintings implies his awareness of limit of paintings compared to the reality, which is concerned with the base of Nam-Jong styles with strong ideality.

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