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A study on accptance And Configuration Of Senery By Haseo Kim In Who

  • The Studies in Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Abbr : Korean Poetry and Culture
  • 2012, (30), pp.303-328
  • Publisher : The Society of Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

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ABSTRACT

Haseo Kim, In-Who was an outstanding literary person and Taoist of the 16thcentury. As he perceived poetry as a linguistic device for Taoism and wrote a number of poetry based on Taoism, his poetry was considered as poetry of nature and Taoism by many. This study aims to speculate his perspective and feeling on natural sceneries, suggesting that there were only a few studies on the nature in his poetry although he was very sensitive to the nature and wrote a lot about it. It is expected that the results will contribute to studying diversification of poetry by Kim, In-Who. His perception on natural sceneries is as follows: Kim, In-Who, a thorough Taoist, considered the nature as aplace of training himself. Therefore, the nature was configured as a crystal-clear emotion of a learned man in his poetry. It was a space where he could dream transcending the society in disharmony and conflicts between self and the society. Being pushed out from political competition, he relieved his agony and grief in the nature and entrusted the nature with unworldly thoughts and sentiment. The nature was the space of excitement and aesthetic consciousness, whichis noteworthy in respect to his natural perception. He wrote a number of poetry which showed his exclusion of Confucian ideas in natural sceneries. The poetry has additional literary values as it described aesthetic consciousness through being immersed in beauty of the nature. Although he shared the perspective on poetryTaoists had at that time, he was open to nature-oriented emotion. He was different from other Taoists who were aware of emotion as a subject to be controlled and compelled emotional control and as a result, it is judged that he made a great contribution to expansion of Taoic literature.

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