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Thirty pieces of poetry at Myeonangjeong and admiration for natural features -On the basis of Kim Inhu, Go Gyeongmyeong, Im Eoklyeong, and Park Sun

  • The Studies in Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Abbr : Korean Poetry and Culture
  • 2008, (21), pp.191-221
  • Publisher : The Society of Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

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ABSTRACT

Thirty pieces of poetry at Myeonangjeong is the poems about beautiful natural features from a pavilion, Song Sun's Myeonangjeong. It includes the works of Kim Inhu, Go Gyeongmyeong, Im Eoklyeong, Park Sun, Yang Daebak, and Lee Hongnam, and the writings of the former four writers are written in Myeonangjip. I place an emphasis on the background of composing poems and admiration for beautiful scenery in the writings of the writers in Myeonangjip. Kim Inhu first recited Thirty pieces of poetry at Myeonangjeong, and he wrote poems on thirty natural features around Myeonangjeong. These thirty natural features were the same as those of Myeonangjeongjangga written by Song Sun. It is thought that Kim Inhu, Im Eoklyeong, Go Gyeongmyeong, and Park Sun composed poems one after another after rebuilding Myeonangjeong. Unlike other poems about beautiful natural features from a pavilion, they wrote those poems which were dedicated to Song Sun. Natural features in Thirty pieces of poetry at Myeonangjeong are not only complementary goods for their lives but also important themes of their works created by depicting them delicately. Therefore, they sublimated internal beauty into poems by describing the natural features around Myeonangjeong realistically. In other words, Thirty pieces of poetry at Myeonangjeong is an elegant work seeking the internal truth by depicting the beauty of natural features round about.

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