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A Study on Gyo-yu-si(poetry on personal relations) of Maechun Hwang Hyeon

  • The Studies in Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Abbr : Korean Poetry and Culture
  • 2004, (14), pp.347-382
  • Publisher : The Society of Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

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ABSTRACT

This is a study on Gyo-yu-si(poetry on personal relations) of Mae-chun. This study focuses on: verses on love for his poor and unlucky teachers, friendship shown through poetic arguments with friends, affection toward lifelong friends in order to understand the world of his poetry. First, he represents the love toward poor teachers. The verse of Wang-sa-gak describes love deploring frustrating social condition at that time. And the verse of Gang-we describes anxiety about the limited social positions. Second, he describes the love toward friends through poetic arguments. The verses about Wang-sa-chan and Lee Jeong-jik deal with friendship toward those who are self-complacent. The verse about Lee Gi describes the love toward his strong intention to save the country. Third, he represents affection toward friends. The verse about Kim Taek-Young describes constant trust. The verse about Lee Gun-Chang describes the love toward a friend who recognizes his thoughts and ability. The verse about Ryu Je-Yang describes the spectacular scenery and elegance of his hometown. Through examination of the verses, this study identifies the meaning of the love represented in Maechon's verses.

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