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Consideration Different Versions of Takraga written by Kim Jong-jik

  • The Studies in Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Abbr : Korean Poetry and Culture
  • 2012, (29), pp.203-232
  • Publisher : The Society of Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

YOON Chi Boo 1

1제주대학교

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ABSTRACT

This thesis is a study on different versions of Takraga written by Kim Jong-jik, a quatrain with seven characters per line which expresses climate and products of Jeju. This study intended to know lineage of original version and different versions. Some documents listing 14 poems of Takraga are extant - Jeompiljae collections kind for works of Kim Jong-jik, Second Anthology of Korean Literature kind published by King's order, Tamraji kind contained in Record of Jeju, Namsarok or Namsayilrok kind where experiences of officials stayed in Jeju were recorded, and Simjae collections kind where literature and history are recorded for lifetime by an author who lived in Japanese ruling period. Jeompiljae collections kind have 7 kinds of versions such as Gyeongjin version Jeompiljae collections, Gichuk, Giyu, Gisa, Yimjin, Jeongsa, and Muin. There are changes of letters focused on simplified letters between different versions. Second Anthology of Korean Literature kind has 4 kinds such as National Library of Korea version Second Anthology of Korean Literature assumed as first edition in Eulhae letter, Palace Library version of wood printing blocks in Pilseoche letter, photoprint version of Gyeonghee publishing company, photoprint version of Gyeongwon publishing company. Tamraji kind has 4 kinds such as Tamraji by Lee Won-jin , Tamraji in first edition by Lee Won-jo, Tamraji in Tokyo university version, and Tamraji by Damsugea. There are partial changes of letters between different versions. Namsarok kind has two kinds such as Namsarok in Palace Library version, Namsarok in Cheongeumyujib version - the latter was made by arranging the former again. Namsayilrok kind has Namsayilrok by Lee jeung - this is a different version near Namsarok kind. Simjae collections kind has Simjae collections by Kim Seok-ik and this is a different version of Tamraji in Tokyo university version. Among them, Jeompiljae collections is a different version most near original version - this version shows high completeness so that misprint even one cannot be found.

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