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On the Sublime Beauty of Yi, Yuk-sa"s Poetry
This study investigates the sublime beauty of the poems written by Yi, Yuk-sa. His poems are not only resistant but also masculine, which most Korean poems lack. This characteristic is linked to sublime experience. The sublimity is a kind of aesthetic attitude which lifts up the internal resistance against the external power. This is dramatically expressed in "The Climax", Yuk-sa"s representative poem. In this work, the speaker shows us how strong and big his spirit is by holding out against the cruel reality which he faces through the sublimity. This is crucial in understanding where the characteristics of Yuk-sa"s poems come from as resistant poetry and why the readers are still impressed by his poems without referring to the colonial reality in which he lived and his record as a resistant. This also explains us how such a big poetic world which includes an image of huge nature could be made. In addition, Yuk-sa"s poems express the sublimity originated in his own belief and idea as well as that caused by confronting with external enemies. His "Wilderness" is under this case. This was the method he could use to cope with the coercion power by building another huge world when he couldn"t make his idea come true in the reality, which gives us the possibility that we can interpret Yuk-sa"s poems variously without considering the background situation in which they were written.
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