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Wound Healing through Writing the Epic of Self -focusing on Park Wan-seo’s novels-

  • Korean Language & Literature
  • 2013, (87), pp.391-414
  • Publisher : Korean Language & Literature
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

Mounkwo Jeong 1 Lee Nae-kwan 1

1배재대학교

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ABSTRACT

Purpose of the research is Wound healing through writing the epic of self keep in mind that the only definitive focusing on Park Wan-seo’s novel. Park Wan-seo’s novel feature is individual’s day-to-day rather than age or aspiring democratic history. Section2 discussed in talking to a private confession with the appearance of the speaker, the speaker is a series of steps leading to self-purification. Confession is penitent believers being baptized sins. Park Wan-seo’s 「My latest possession」 is the grief of his son’s death in extreme listeners through the medium of the telephone ‘Brother’ to say the mono drama unilaterally is a novel type of enemy. Also Diary format novel 「Pray only one word」 is shown in his narrative describes that the problem of pain. The speaker has a self-purification through tears in both works. Section3 describes the healing through confessional writing said. Autobiographical novel is a writer and hero of the contents described in the text is a similarity. Confessional writing directly to the authors describe their own stories, as well as the artist’s style as is the autobiographical narrative experience, including the type. Everydayness of these women can be represented as a novel feature point can be seen as the Park Wan-seo literature. Park Wan-seo is such a private chat to start writing a confessional manner reaches self-purification through tears. After all personal belongings of the community away from the tendency to treat the individual’s position at the center of social life began to speak one-sided way of speaking of the inner wound up writing the author is intended to receive healing.

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