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Transformation and preservation of the Pansori in Lee Cheong-jun's Pansori fairy tales

  • Korean Language & Literature
  • 2011, (78), pp.441-460
  • Publisher : Korean Language & Literature
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

Joomi Lee 1

1동덕여자대학교

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ABSTRACT

Lee Cheong-jun had oneself independent literary world. He adopted the organization of narrative called 'Stratified structure'. But He recreated Pansori into a fairy tale in the mid-1990s. Fairy tale consists of simple plot, simple character and concise sentences. Therefore he gave up his literary personality to write the Pansori fairy tales. He were trying to pass on literary tradition through the Pansori fairy tales. But Lee Cheong-jun's Pansori fairy tales did not preserve the tradition intact because he made ​​reference a block book of Sinjaehyo. He adapted a block book of Sinjaehyo to match Child's identity. He has enhanced tragic aesthetic to emphasize the subject in <Singcheong-ga> and <Chunhyang-ga>. Also, he was removed a critical consciousness about social in <Sugung-ga>. Nevertheless, Lee Cheong-jun's Pansori fairy tales are an important value because realistic hope was realized by using fantasy. In <Heungbu-ga> <Onggojip-taryeong>, a punishment is a prerequisite of enlightenment. In other words, a fantasy is a prerequisite of initiation.

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