1930년대 한국시의 아방가르드와 데카당스 - 김기림 「기상도」의 현재적 의미를 중심으로
Avant-garde and Decadence in 1930"s Korean Poetry
This study aims to reveal the destiny of avant-garde through Kim Girim"s Poetry Gisangdo. Avant-garde presupposes temporality in creating and experiencing arts. Avant-garde means successive attempts of exploring new artistic forms and ideologies against old conventions and traditions. So avant-garde implies dichotomy of "Old and New". When the term first emerged during the first world war, avant-garde which includes dadaism, surrealism, cubism, futurism etc. was new and progressive forms of arts, but nowadays avant-garde works in that period are no longer new and progressive. As time passes on avant-garde declines to decadence. Kim Girim known as modernist poet not avant-garde poet. But his several poets follows avant-garde style. His poem Gisangdo inspected contemporary world civilization in 1930s. He used diverse proper nouns; foreign names and places. When he first published Gisangdo, proper nouns were not so difficult to understand, but nowaday these look like cryptograms. He investigated realities in 1930s not in 2000s. Gisangdo was the newest style of poem when it was published but nowaday it is just out of fashioned poem and almost impassible to read. To interpret Gisangdo, we can understand the value of "old avant-garde as well as it"s real meaning.
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