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Jung's analysis From the psychological point of view Self-realization in novel "Eunggyo"

lee myoung mi 1

1한남대학교

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ABSTRACT

Analyzing literature as a psychological theory can be positively evaluated in that it can lead to diversity in understanding literature. In this sense, Jung's analytical psychological view of human unconsciousness as a creative function suggests creative possibilities of literature. Humans can not live without revealing all their desires. This is because there is a life as a perza that can be called the position and face as a social role. Perzona is an outward personality that is necessary for human beings to make a relationship in society. However, the problem is that when he suppresses his desire and is hardened in the perza, the self and the perza become equal and lose the relation with the inner world and suffer the human alienation. The protagonist of the novel "Eunggyo" is portrayed as a poet of the nation and chooses a strategic life to appreciate his artistry through pure poetry writing. He suppresses the desire to express himself through novels or other prose which he has known as a letter, and he insists on writing only poetry. In order to maximize the artistic life, I live a lifelong single life for a life as an investigator and live a sexually controlled life. However, this desire is ignited by encountering a high school girl named Eun - jung, and the Noshin who could not tolerate it creates a fantastic shadow called Seo Ji - woo to fill her desire and project herself to the object. When the human being is the owner of a person who pursues life as a whole, this shadow projection is necessary in the process of consciousness of unconsciousness. In the end, the transvestite undergoes a process of becoming conscious of the unconscious, recognizing that Seo Ji-woo, who hates and despises himself, is his shadow. This can be interpreted as an opportunity to see himself as a whole out of the deformed life in which the self and the perza are cognized by the hardening in the perzona. The ambassador considers his shadow, Seo Ji-woo, and plans to eliminate him. It can be interpreted that Seo Ji-woo is trying to kill his own dark side, that is, his own pursuit of desire in that he is his shadow. This can be interpreted as the impulse of death to destruction, but it can be interpreted that the process of self-realization, that is, individualization, has come to a conclusion as the result of the act of the imitator who accepts the original self through death and is evaluated through the world. It is possible for the character of the person in the work to represent the human mind when it identifies himself with the characters in the literary works and attaches emotion. Despite a lot of controversy, this is why the reader is looking for the novel "Eunggyo". Therefore, the psychological approach of embracing and interpreting the human mind in literary works should be continued.

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