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Theory on the Diachronic Variableness of Classical Literature through the Positioning of Modern Remediation Contents in the History of Classical Literature

DO KYUNG KWON 1

1성결대학교

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ABSTRACT

This study intends to construct a new theoretical premise that can safely establish the remediation of the cultural contents of classical literature as a universal phenomenon, in order to actively respond to the demands of the time concerning cultural interface and social practice in Korean literature. The existing research on the cultural contents of the classical literary world is presently moving from a theory of modern adaption (with focus on physical fusion research) that regulates the relation between classical literature and other fields, to a theory on the diachronic variableness of classical literature that regulates cultural contents as a different modern version by attracting the cultural contents into classical literature. The achievements of this study can be summarized in the following way. Firstly, it addresses the issue of the relative redetermination of ‘the modern’ and the current scalability of classic literature. Through this, the theoretical basis for the present duration of classical literature in the time of cultural contents is secured. Secondly, it demonstrates the current duration and scalability of classical literature by considering if the history of modern literature can be restructured through the remediation of classical literature. To establish this thesis, this paper identified that remediation by reformatting is not only relevant to present cultural contents, but is also a universal phenomenon that appeared throughout the entire history of diachronic variableness in classical literature.

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