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The Companionship and Literature of Gwon Pil(權) and Yi An-nul(李安訥)

  • Journal of Korean Literature
  • 2006, (14), pp.231-251
  • Publisher : The Society Of Korean Literature
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

Gu, Bon Hyeon 1

1동덕여자대학교

Candidate

ABSTRACT

The Companionship and Literature of Gwon Pil(權韠) and Yi An-nul(李安訥) Gu, Bon-hyun Gwon Pil(權韠) and Yi An-nul(李安訥) were the most famous poets in Mongneungseongse(穆陵盛世). They has kept company with each other from young ages. Their families were both famous, because their ancestors were great poets & writers. In Andong Gwon Family(安東權門), Gwon Geun(權近) and Gwon Byeok(權擘) were great writes. Yi Eui-mu(李宜茂), Yi Haeng(李荇) were also famous poets in Deoksu Yi Family(德水李門). Two familes were noblest in early Joseon dynasty, but had declined in 16th century. Gwon Pil and Yi An-nul applied for Gwageo(科擧) in young ages, but both failed. Gwon has never applied again, but Yi passed in 1599. Yi spent all life as civil officer from that time. Gwon and Yi criticized Songsi(宋詩) and recognized Seongdangsi(盛唐詩) as a good model together, but their poetical style and technique were so different. Gwon studied all of poetical style, not discriminate Dangpung(唐風) and Songpung(宋風). Yi was so eager for studying Hanyu(韓愈) and Dubo(杜甫). And he devoted himself to training poetical techniques. Critics of those days criticized that Gwon’s poetry were too dry, and Yi’s poetry were too monotonous. But Gwon and Yi succeeded to make new poetic styles, so it is obvious that they were important poets of Mongneungseongse.

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