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Hwang Yoon Seok's Learning Tendency and Real Composition -With a focus on 「Free Writing(漫錄)」 and 「Misangrok(渼上錄)」-

  • Korean Language & Literature
  • 2013, (84), pp.149-176
  • Publisher : Korean Language & Literature
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

Kim Dohyoung 1

1전북대학교

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ABSTRACT

The purpose of this paper is to reveal the literary theory of Yi Jae Hwang Yoon Suk. In chapter 2, his learning tendency and aspect of real writing exercises are examined around literature related articles in 「Free Writing(漫錄)」 and 「Misangrok(渼上錄)」. First, his learning tendency was unique as he pursued erudition and at the same time preciseness, so he is now evaluated as pundit(通儒). Also, deviating from ostensible showiness, he valued steady study, simplicity, and practice, and ultimately, he attempted to practice what he had learned in the classics of Confucianism. Second, he respected Zhu Xi and completely rejected heresy, and this kind of thought is reflected in his literature. Third, according to teacher’s instruction, he valued ancient writings more than civil service exam writings and the study of Confucianism more than composition study;in his real composition, he properly used rhetoric, previous examples, and old fables, a style which combines the styles of Tang Dynasty and Song Dynasty.

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