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A Study on Animals and Plants in Kim, Byeong-yeon's poetry

  • The Studies in Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Abbr : Korean Poetry and Culture
  • 2006, (17), pp.131-161
  • Publisher : The Society of Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

Yeonseok Ryu 1 양동식 1

1순천대학교

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ABSTRACT

A Study on Animals and Plants in Kim, Byeong-yeon's poetry The animals and plants in Kim, Byeongyeon's Chinese poetry in KimRipShiJib are classified into actual being, imaginary being, and the animals and plants described by hired letters. Because of the difficulty of grasping the real existence of some of them or wrong transformation of the cursive style of penmanship, some poetic words don't correspond to the theme of poems or poetic inspiration decreases. To make this matter clear, I intensely studied by dividing animals and plants in KimRipShiJib into three pieces. In consequence, 'Go' can be considered as a watermelon, 'Yukoh' as an imaginary animal and 'Binsagua' as an apple. In process of translating chinese poetry, to achieve refined translation beyond literal and free translation, the ecology and identification of animals and plants should be investigated.

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