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The Study of 'Hysteria' Feature in Modern Poetry

  • Korean Language & Literature
  • 2009, (71), pp.491-514
  • Publisher : Korean Language & Literature
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

Kim, Yun-jeong 1

1충북대학교

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ABSTRACT

This paper studies hysteria features in modern-poetry. As hysteria features results from social structure, it is a cultural phenomenonpoetic. This means hysteria features is anti-discourse as modern paradime. The hysteric-self is not inferior, lack character but self-control, independent character. She is not reasonal character. But she roles to criticize at social point. So study of the hysteria features will offer repletion at the modern point. Hysteric-self is offered by post-modern theorists, Lacan and feminist, C.V.Broun. They affirm Hysteric-self results from social-suppression. So They say hysteric-self must to destruct social-suppression. They assert destruction at social-suppression is completed through language. At first destruction of signifiant-signifie is feature of destruction. And it is negation of the authority. The third is feministic negation of the authority. This study consider of this three features in the modern-poetry. This paper analyzed the poem of Lee Sang. In poem of Lee Sang , the destructional language is the most remarkable feature. Especially, counter atitude to language is very extreme. Besides the recent young poet, Lee Won, Kim KyoungJu, Hwang KangRok are representitive poet who show feature of the destructional language.

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