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Arrangement of Rhythms and the Operation of a Machine in Lee Yuksa’s Poetry

  • Korean Language & Literature
  • 2021, (118), pp.125-149
  • DOI : 10.21793/koreall.2021.118.125
  • Publisher : Korean Language & Literature
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature
  • Received : July 31, 2021
  • Accepted : September 7, 2021
  • Published : September 30, 2021

Lee, Kang-Ha 1

1전북대학교

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ABSTRACT

This study basically aims to investigate the arrangement of rhythms in Lee Yuksa’s poetry. The rhythm was originally generated from the sound signal to extend the limited space of the body to the limitless ground. The investigation of rhythms in this study means, after all, a political act on the territory of the subject who creates and arranges rhythms, in other words, the examination of the process of losing the territory, or reterritorializing the lost territory. At this time, the artistic methodology of rhythm is the aspect of temporalization and spatialization of the sound itself or the aspect as the meaning of metaphor or metonymy modified to suit the medium of text. In sum, in this study, the rhythms of sound and sense are referred to simultaneously. In the studies of Lee Yuksa’s literature, a study of the rhythm as a discourse and rhetoric of territorialization has been conducted several times with respective methods. And yet, there have been no studies that traced the generation of meaning, in which territorialization and rhythm premise each other in his poetry. Hopefully, this method will resolve the interpretative dilemma remaining overlooked in his literature. The arrangement of rhythms means the application of the convention and order of the universal rhythm of ritornello, which is the source of the poetic effect, to Lee Yuksa’s poetry. Through this, this study would investigate what unfamiliar and alien rhythms are arranged in his poetry, violating the convention of rhythm. This is to understand the aspects of the reception of Lee Yuksa’s poetry of his age. The operation of a machine is a job to reveal the mechanism by which such unfamiliar and alien rhythms were inserted. This aims to examine the aspect of the reception of Lee Yuksa’s poetry by the posterity and the effect of such unintended rhetoric of a machine.

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