김소월 시의 숭고 미학
The Sublime Aesthetic of Kim So-wol"s Poetry
This current study aims to examine poems of Kim So-wol focusing on sublime aesthetic characteristics. Sublime aesthetic characteristics presented in his poems are connected with tragic recognition or tragic emotions. Speakers come to feel unpleasant emotions as a sense of desperate and tragic fate, not pleasant emotions, while they face the limit of inevitable fates, and at this moment, the speakers have sublime emotions from sublime objects. On the other hand, a reader as a contemplating subject and viewer comes to feel sublime feelings from existential characters who endure desperation or limited situations under repetition of tragic fates. Therefore, dual sublimity is created. This sublime aspect is somewhat connected with the speakers' fragmented and segmented images. Although speakers in his poems bumped against limits and despair of something beyond the limits, they come to have power to go ahead again when the speakers have eyes to contemplate the world of impossibility over the limits. Like this, although speakers in his poems admit limits in front of absolute and strong power as a sublime objects, the process in which they continuously bumped against it, despair and bumped against it again in order to escape from it is rather tragic and existential at the same time.
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