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허영자 시 연구
A Study on the Poems of Huh, Young-ja

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    Poet, Huh, Young-ja, started her career of writing poems through 「The Modern Literature」 in 1962. From that time on, she has consolidated her writing career of 40 years by publishing 7 collections of poems. The 7 books have maintained even levels and consistent themes and methods so that they show the distinct quality of her own, which places her as one of the important poets of this country. This thesis divide the contents and methods Huh, Young-ja has relied on under four heads of 1. fierceness of disciplining the subject, 2. the ecstasy and sympathy in life, 3. the projection of the cognizance for the real, and 4. the dynamic imagination and manifestation of being. The items of No.1, 2, and 3 deal with the aspects of the contents and 4 those of methods. The approach taken by this thesis is based upon the fact that above-mentioned qualities are almost constitutional to Huh, Young-ja Therefore-instead of dividing the phases of the poet"s poetic history, this thesis focuses on grasping the consistent world of the poet"s consciousness represented in her whole texts. This type of analysis is encouraged by the theory of the Genevan School that says the in-depth reading of many collected peers of a poet shows that it has just one voice and the individual text is not an autonomous entity but a piece of the writer"s literary experiences. This thesis is proceeded under the premise that the total poetic world of a poet can be exposed, when a piece of poetry has the dialogical relations with his or her other poems.


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    허영자 .   서정적 자아 .   역동적 상상력 .   이미지의 현상학.  

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