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The Tones of Korea Sockyo and the Genre Customs

  • The Studies in Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Abbr : Korean Poetry and Culture
  • 2008, (21), pp.223-244
  • Publisher : The Society of Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

서철원 1

1경남대학교

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ABSTRACT

This paper is to systematize the variety classes of Korea Sockyo focussing on the endings of the sentences. The study is separated the singular verse poems and the plural number verse poems. Some singular verse poems have the same tones of Hyangga. Others have a form of repetition of 'crowdings' consist of some different endings of the sentences. They are ahead of other Korea Sockyo in the time. The 'crowdings' also appears in some plural number verse poems. Some plural number verse poems have the consistency tone. Others have variants. The 'flexions' of feelings is expressed by the arrangement of many tones of the poetic egos. Chungsanbyulgok, the most lyrical poem in Korea Sockyo, has one tone in each verse, but has many tones and the 'flexions' of feelings in the text itself. The discrimination of the lyrics of Korea Sockyo can be found by the the endings of the sentences. Over the fragmentary of the form, more three-dimensional illumination will be needed.

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