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A research in the newly discovered? "Gwache-shi" of Kim, Byeong-yeon

  • The Studies in Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Abbr : Korean Poetry and Culture
  • 2006, (18), pp.69-100
  • Publisher : The Society of Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

Yeonseok Ryu 1 양동식 2

1순천대학교
2순천대

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ABSTRACT

In the newly discovered collected poetry, Shisang, 95 "Gwache-shi" are transcribed. Among them, 18 poems are known as the works of Kim, Byeong-yeon. Because 6 poems have already been published in Kimripshijip, 12 poems could be regarded as newly discovered ones. Kim, Byeong-yeon's "Gwache-shi" are 231 in all: 208 of them were discovered by Lee, Eung-soo, 11 by Gu, Sahoe, and 12 by the researcher. It is highly reliable that the newly discovered 12 "Gwache-shi" are the works of Kim, Byeong-yeon, on account of their similar atmosphere to general Chinese poems. In comparison to other "Gwache-shi", they can be useful materials to illuminate the philosophies and social conditions of his contemporaries.

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