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A Study on Textuality of Seogyongbolgok, Goryo Song

  • Korean Language & Literature
  • 2012, (82), pp.75-99
  • Publisher : Korean Language & Literature
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

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1조선대학교

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ABSTRACT

This study analysed textuality of 「Seogyongbyolgok」 and the results are presented as follows:「Seogyongbyolgok」 is divided into three parts and refrains. Hoikibelop was used to emphasize a central idea. It was intended to show the speakers' cognitive intention and love to her sweetheart. Saying in other words to emphasize meaning by rehabilitating the speakers' cognitive environment depends on the relation of similar meaning. Ellipsis used for simple and efficient test mitigated conventionality of old-fashioned information by avoiding gap and nominative postpositions. To examine cohesion, in part I, although the speaker and her sweetheart were separated, if he loves her, she would follow him throwing everything away. In part Ⅱ, even if she would be separated from her sweetheart, her love to him would last forever. Such innocent recognition was emphasized through the string connecting beads. In part Ⅲ, pain of separation was represented. the speakers' will that she would be never separated from her sweetheart was strongly represented. Resentment against her sweetheart and the boatman was expressed and belief to her sweetheart was emphasized. In respect to situation, separation from the sweetheart was not her intention, but the situation that she would follow him throwing living tools and stop separation using the boatman and his wife was checked. How the authors' intention was accepted is a different thing. If someone has the same situation as the author, he or she understand it. If not, he or she would not care. In conclusion, the speaker revealed resentment against the boatman while having belief to her sweetheart. However, nothing could relieve the speaker's suffering except an absolute goal of ultimate unification with her sweetheart.

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