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A Study on Songok Lee Dal's Representative Techniques

  • The Studies in Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Abbr : Korean Poetry and Culture
  • 2009, (24), pp.295-318
  • Publisher : The Society of Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

Han seong geum 1

1조선대학교

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ABSTRACT

Songok Lee Dal, a poet of Samdangpa in the middle of Joseon Period, was famous for superior representational method of poetry. He was highly admired by many people including Huh Gyun, one of his students, because of his superiority in describing poetry. The reason why his poetry was admired is that his poetry is outstanding in configuration of poetry. Mr. Lee Dal's outstanding method to express poetry lies in techniques and choice of words. He used visual description of images to objectively express objects. The poet attempted to present what the characters in poetry wanted to express only with objective scenes instead of attitude as a narrator. And he inspired objects through projection of emotion into natural things. Thus, when emotion of speakers is indirectly revealed through natural features, meaning implied in poetry is expanded and a trailing note of imagination is presented. His another technique of poetry is excellent word choice. He used a lots of sound symbolic words to represent rhythm. His poetry used various sounds to reinforce poetry to which his emotion was projected to have a subtle effect. And he omitted predicates for static description of natural features, which inspired readers to have imagination. As above, Songok controlled voice and emotion of poetic speakers as much as possible to give inspiration and strong tail notes to readers. As he has excellent linguistic sense, that is, ability to manipulate languages, he is considered to have led the poetry style of Dang Dynasty in the middle of Joseon period.

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