'먼 나라/전원'의 상상의 지리학 - 신석정의 초기시에 형상화된 '자연'의 의미와 미학적 특성
Imaginary-geography of "distant country/fields" - meaning and aesthetic features of "nature" in Shin Seok-Jung"s early poetry
This paper 1) finds out modern character in scenery of Shin"s early poetry, 2) considers "distant country/fields" as sensuous and aesthetic spacefor self-preservation of dissociate modern ego. Representation of "nature" in Shin"s early poetry is under the influence of Eastern and Western view of nature in poetry of Do Yeon-myung and Tagore etc. In this basis, his "nature" has reborn as characteristic-aesthetic space. Negative reality and desperate inner-state has neutralized to the "nature" called "distant country" or "fields" imaginarily and aesthetically. That is, it is the imaginary-geographical space as a "reversed form of repression". This space, as an imaginary opponent of dissociate modern ego"s inner scenery, is divided into opposite form of realty. Yet, it doesn"t have any individual self-regulation. Thus, it is hard to interpret the "Mother" of his early poetry symbols Mother Earth"s maturnity and redemption. The "Mother" only functions as mere listener who receives unilateral solicitation and confession of poetic narrator. In conclusion, it is reasonable to have a hermeneutics point of view, which put a matter of monotonous, plane scenery and aesthetic itself, rather than a reflective point of view, which criticizes lack of reality-recognition, in reviewing "nature" of his poetry.
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