인간 죽음의 기원, 그 신화적 전개양상
The origin of the human death and its mythic developing aspects
This paper tries to examine aspects and characteristics of Korean myths originated the death with reference of a part of 'the origin of the human death' from and to compare Chinese and African myths originated the death which seem to be from the same root. is a shamanic epic book to describe procedures in guiding the deceased spirits to the afterlife in Jeju island and has a special part to introduce 'the origin of the human death' as additional text at the end of Chasa god's journey. This part can be compared with China's Genesis myth of Yi tribe and African myths introduced by J. Frazer. The main common questions of these myths are: “why does the death occur in human history?” and “Why does the death come to human beings without any order?”Compared to mythic resources from other countries, Korean myths originated the death are: firstly, it focuses not on the reason why human come to die but on the reason why the death come to human beings without any order; secondly, there are little sense of returning to life; thridly, the crow plays a role as a messenger of the death and symbolises not returning to life but the death itself; and finally, the origin of the human death seems to be based on pretty realistic understanding.
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