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The characteristics and significance of literary movements in the late of Japanese occupation that looked through the trial record -Focusing on the relevance of the creative writing and anti-Japanese movement-

  • Korean Language & Literature
  • 2014, (90), pp.357-379
  • Publisher : Korean Language & Literature
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

Moon Han byoul 1

1선문대학교

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ABSTRACT

This paper is to look at the status and significance of literary movement of the anti-Japanese. In the late of Japanese occupation, the Korea literature received a severe crackdown of the Governor-General of Korea, many writers turned to walking in the way of pro-Japan collaborators, so was significantly reduced the autonomy of the literary works. At this time, the general readers were trying to encourage the national consciousness in such a way that reflected their idea to works through meetings such as Creative Writing and reading Hangul novels. And the major case was related with the activity of Dong-Sim-Hoe before and after 1941 that organized by "Son Taek Ryong " who was the factory worker and "Choi Yun Hae" who was a commodity trader. At a time of being banned using Hangul, they actively read Hangul novels and revealed aspirations for creative writing. The literary movement organizations such as Dong-Sim-Hoe went out activities through meetings of active Creative Writing, reading Hangul novels, in such circumstances that the Korea Literature was not visible enough to proper guidance. This paper confirmed that nationalist literary movements in the late of Japanese occupation symbolized the general reader's active role, also these readers were substituted for the substantial portion the existing Korea literature did not perform.

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