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A Study on Family Romance in Family narratives of Korean-war Poetry

  • Korean Language & Literature
  • 2014, (91), pp.277-301
  • Publisher : Korean Language & Literature
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

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ABSTRACT

With the help of family romance concept of Freud, this article is tried to figure out the unconsciously deep structure of Post-war Korean Poetry. The father appears in a variety of guises in post-war poetry. Kim Su-yeong's introspection on the position of the father is ultimately a criticism of familism, and this is connected to a criticism of the nationalistic system that produces familism. On the other hand, that father in the works of traditionalist post-war poets including Seo Jeong-joo and Kim Gwan-sik is a traditional patriarch. They take on the roles of fathers who supervise the perfect family community order. However, the family narratives in Kim Jong-sam's poetry is characterized by the fact that it shows an open family narrative that accepts a suffering other into a new family.

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