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A Study on Visualization of Modernism Poems

  • Korean Language & Literature
  • 2005, (54), pp.343-364
  • Publisher : Korean Language & Literature
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

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ABSTRACT

An important characteristic of the modern literature is the discovery of a new visual system. At the beginning of 1920, the period of formulation of the Korean modern literature, subjective factor, a visual point and a respective person, appeared. So the triangular of ‘the observing subject’ was emphasized as literary skills and subjective factors. An important change aroused from media cultures. Firstly, Unlike the modern literature, recorded literatures became a dominative recording method and genre, so the modern literature changed into character cultures from oral cultures, as if it is affected by the particularity of character language. The invention of new media as well as the change of these media was a noticeable tendency of changes. It is birth of a movie. It is needed to clarify how subjective factor, a looking subject, makes a movie linked with new media and genres, and, also, what change this linkage provokes from the poetic genre. This writing intends to focus the modernism literature. As known, most skills like imagism and pictorialness were examined in modernism literature. An important skill was examined. These skills is not the sensual examine that pursues a polished shape. They were literary examines which criticized problems of existing triangular and custom literatures, denied an aesthetic autonomy, and practiced social and cultural actuality. In modernism poems, romantic writers’ image of the absolute writers is destroyed. In addition, a self-conscious poetical narrator exposes the tendency of disrupting a subject in the fore sights, taking a view of his/her inside, and he/she observes and reviews the world through visual expression skills. This thesis scrutinizes what writers saw and how they observed through two poets of modernism, Kim Ki Rim and Kim Su Young.

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