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Korean Confucian culture and Cheon-goon narrative -in case of Cheon-goon-bon-gi

  • Journal of Korean Literature
  • 2011, (24), pp.125-153
  • Publisher : The Society Of Korean Literature
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

Kim, Soo Young 1

1인하대학교

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ABSTRACT

In this thesis, I examined the inner relation of Korean Confucian culture and Cheon-goon narrative, focusing on in case of Cheon-goon-bon-gi. Following three conclusions are deducted. First of all, the transcripted Cheon-goon-bon-gi which is owned by national central library of Korea is the base text of the printed Cheon-goon-bon-gi which is also owned by national central library of Korea. Second of all, Cheon-goon-bon-gi used a lot of annotation over 130. And Cheon-goon-bon-gi took the format of history. It revealed that the writer Jung, Giwha made an effort to show off his knowledge of Confucian classics to some degree. Third of all, such distinguishing characteristic of Cheon-goon-bon-gi is related with the characteristic of 19th century's Korean Confucian culture that puts emphasis on knowledge.

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