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A Study of Marine Poetry of Kim Sung-sik

  • Korean Language & Literature
  • 2010, (75), pp.427-460
  • Publisher : Korean Language & Literature
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

Nam, Song-Woo 1

1부경대학교

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ABSTRACT

This thesis is about the marine poetry of Kim Sung-sik who has this deep sea experience. It was closely looked how this experience was revealed in his poetry. These scenes were looked as take-off, sailing, awareness of sea, sailor, port, and sailing back. As take-off is the beginning of sea life, returning is the conclusion of it. In the take-off scene, Kim Sung-sik shows the dynamic and bright movement. In the awareness of sailing and sea, Kim Sung-sik recognizes the sea as the threat of life, It is originated from the thought that they face storm and typhoon in the ocean. In the port, it is shown as the place to get recovered and refreshed from the tiresome from the work at the sea. In the part of interest toward the work on the boats, Kim Sung-sik sympathies himself with the old sea boat In the sailing back home, it is confirmed that the miss and love for the family are strongly described and interestingly both of their objects are women. This shows that from the escaped from the wavering space of ocean, to the returning to peaceful and calming maternal place is revealed unconsciously. For the future of Marine Poetry Literature, it is needed to mature the work of this poet who pioneered the deep-sea experience. For this, we need more group of poet who embarked for the sea experience.

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