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Double-sidedness of ‘Buruheon’ and ‘Hongjin’ - Focusing on placeness of Jeong Geuk-In’s literature

  • The Studies in Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Abbr : Korean Poetry and Culture
  • 2015, (35), pp.373-398
  • Publisher : The Society of Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

Sangeun Choi 1

1상명대학교

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ABSTRACT

This paper discussed about ‘Buruheon’ and ‘Hongjin’ to uncover Jeong Geuk-In’ literary world with a focus on placeness. He tried to create a place to live together in the community without worry. However, the results of this review of his works, there was only exposed ideological ideal and abstract interest, but no concrete scene or experiense of life to live with the local residents. He seems to be living a highbrow life in the ideological scope of ‘Buruheon’. Therefore, there is a place of realization of his ideals, but also ideological·abstract space. Because, he did not find his self-identity there. ‘Hongjin’ in <Sangchungok> seems to be a space that is being rejected, but oriented place. ‘Sanlim’ seems to be a real place like home, but there is an ideal world far away from experience life, and ideological·abstract space. In this sense, Jeong Geuk-In seems to live with worry and unable to settle anywhere due to the inability to reach an ideological goals. In other words, Jeong Geuk-In lived in the ‘sanlim’, but he was a strong officer oriented person.

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