박목월 시의 산에 나타난 미학적 특성
Aesthetic Traits in the Mountains of Park, Mok-Wol"s Poems
Those mountains that appear frequently in the early poems of Park, Mok-Wol are his intensive method for aesthetics and ideal. Based on this idea, the paper tries to clarify the aesthetic root of his poetry focusing on his poems of mountains. In his poetry, mountains inherit tradition and manifest themselves as new aesthetic spaces through creative representations. Those representations, which are based on Oriental Classic Literature, are plain and secure simple aesthetic composition and ideal. This comes from the fact that Park, Mok-Wol considered the world of Oriental Painting as his aesthetic ideal and took its composition. Choice which works as an important method in his poems is a strict act of adopting or rejecting the object, and most of his aesthetics seems to have been realized by choice. With this aesthetic sense and pursuit, his poems of mountains secure the unique traditional beauty and ideal and show the mysterious world like Oriental Painting. Those mountains which are his poetic escape for rest and peace are manifested as an aesthetic utopia which he dreams of. Thus the mountains in his poems have the characteristics of the Oriental and unique ideal like Happy Valley where supernatural peach blossoms flower and blue roe deer live. Those mountains realize the ideal world which is the original space and secures the eternity of solitude. As such, those mountains in the poems that Park, Mok-Wol pursues are his intensive method for traditional aesthetics and ideal and secure unique aesthetic aura. His poems inherit tradition but also build his own unique mountains in the lineage of mountain poetry with the classic image and aesthetics that he preoccupies.
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