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The problem of The Remaining Japanese's repatriation in the Liberation of Korean(1945 - 1948)

  • Korean Language & Literature
  • 2010, (72), pp.455-485
  • Publisher : Korean Language & Literature
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

Im Gihyeon 1

1충북대학교

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ABSTRACT

As The Second World war ended in victory of The United Nations, Japan became the loser and Korea was liberated. We need to know that unlike the National situation, the delectation of liberation and affliction of defeat, there is a variation to accept the liberation for the individual. We could read these novels to compare to understand the upheaval period in various opinions. These are 『The Faint Lamplight』 of Heo Jun, 『Aprok River』 of Kim Man-seon in Korea, 『So far from the bamboo grove』 of Yoko Kawashima Watkins, 『The Stars are Streaming is Alive』 of Fujiwara in Japan. These are based on the National history, the restoration of independence, of August 15. Also, These have same background of Manchuria, the Korean Northern Peninsula (North Korea). Above all, these works are Narrative Structure focused on 'railroad'. Accordingly, these are interconnected with one another. Through these actives, we can understand the circumstance of liberation in diverse perspectives. Also, clues of 『So far from the bamboo grove』 causing a lot of controversy to explain will be found.

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