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The reception context and reinterpreting lesson in Seowanga

  • Journal of Korean Literature
  • 2016, (34), pp.171-193
  • Publisher : The Society Of Korean Literature
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature
  • Published : November 30, 2016

Jeong Hangi 1

1전주교육대학교

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ABSTRACT

In this thesis, I aim at investigation at the reception context and the lesson in Seowanga(서왕가). The result is as follows. The reception context of Seowanga(서왕가) : Seowanga(서왕가) is included in Yembulbogwonmun(염불보권문) Yembuljakbeop(염불작법). Yembulbogwonmun(염불보권문) is the book of propagating Buddhism to people. Yembuljakbeop(염불작법) is the third part in Yembulbogwonmun(염불보권문) and include the various Buddhist prayer. As these fact, we know that reception context of Seowanga(서왕가) is propagating Buddhism to people and chanting a Buddhist prayer in Buddhist ritual. The lesson in Seowanga(서왕가) : There are three part in Seowanga(서왕가). The first part is a disciplinant's monologue. A disciplinant monologize about his life of agony and achieving spiritual enlightenment. The second part is a disciplinant's delivering a message. A disciplinant deliver the message of agony and achieving spiritual enlightenment. The third part is a people's monologue. A people monologize about his life of achieving spiritual enlightenment. One reception context of Seowanga(서왕가) is propagating Buddhism to people. So Seowanga(서왕가) must be easy empathized by people. The people empathize with Seowanga(서왕가) through a people's monologue and the life of agony-achieving spiritual enlightenment. The other reception context of Seowanga(서왕가) is chanting a Buddhist prayer in Buddhist ritual. So Seowanga(서왕가) must be easy empathized by Buddhist monk. The Buddhist monk empathize with Seowanga(서왕가) through a disciplinant's monologue and the life of agony-achieving spiritual enlightenment.

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