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Baekryang Style and Three Pieces of “Song for a Post Confucianist Taoist Hermit”

  • Journal of Korean Literature
  • 2012, (25), pp.39-73
  • Publisher : The Society Of Korean Literature
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature
  • Published : May 31, 2012

Yeo, Woon-pil 1

1신라대학교

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ABSTRACT

Yisaek's “Song about the Cheonbo Period(天寶歌)” as an eminent work among Baekryang style(柏梁體) poems as seven letters archaistic poem(七言古詩) in early Korea was an excellent poem expressing historical materials with merits of old fashions. The three pieces of “Song for a Post Confucianist Taoist Hermit(後儒仙歌)” written by Ikjae Yijehyeon(益齋 李齊賢), Geupam Minsapyeong(及菴 閔思平) and Mogeun Yisaek(牧隱 李穡) for cherishing Jolong Choihae(拙翁 崔瀣) are fine regular Baekryang style poems altogether. Those were products by taking recognition of Jolong as a post Confucianist Taoist hermit. “Song for a Post Confucianist Taoist Hermit” written by Ikjae and Geupam's arearchaistic style, and lacking in openhearted sprit and undulations of stroke. And its literary embellishments are not magnificent, and unfolding technic are loose a little too. Therefore those are able to be estimated as fine pieces, not to be estimated as masterpieces. Mogeun's “Song for a Post Confucianist Taoist Hermit” is an archaistic and newly style together. It has openhearted sprit, righteous emotions, stout broke and splendid literary embellishments. And it's unfolding technic is in order, and the close is in sympathy with the beginningl well. Therefore this work is able to be estimated as masterpieces.

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