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문학과 환경: Literature and environment 12건

  1. [국내논문]   실용적인 수자원 활용과 지역생태의 지속성 - 매리 오스틴의 『갈수(渴水)의 땅』과 물의 순환  

    이동환
    문학과 환경: Literature and environment v.9 no.1 ,pp. 7 - 31 , 2010 , 1599-7650 ,

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    Mary Austin crystallizes the autonomy of a bioregional community based on her Southwestern experience. Austin's characters should accustom themselves to the acerbic surroundings where the dependence on modern convenience is unavailable. They should avoid both the El Dorado fantasy and excessive place-bashing. In The Land of Little Rain, rather than focusing on abstract aesthetic experience, Austin speculates on bare subsistence in the arid part of the Owens (River) Valley. The bare subsistence in the desert does not allow people to bear their exorbitant romantic yearning, whether it is a material desire or a psychological escape. She concludes that water-flow not only sustains bioregional self-sufficiency by connecting creatures, but also visualizes varieties of flora and fauna in the arid Southwest. On the condition that they wisely make use of water resource for retaining ecological sustainability, Austin does not refuse economic activities. She only warns that modern capitalism can be inclined to inordinately disorganize bioregional equilibrium. Therefore, the beauty of untouched local biota as well as that of agricultural fields can co-exist in Austin's world. She endorses these two pastorals in The Land of Little Rain, focusing on how to keep bioregional soundness in the emergence of corporate capitalism. In short, Austin extends the semantic area of pastoral to the Southwest's aridity.

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  2. [국내논문]   캐런 헤세의 『모래 폭풍을 지나서』를 통해 본 생명의 공존성 회복의 비전  

    박소진
    문학과 환경: Literature and environment v.9 no.1 ,pp. 33 - 56 , 2010 , 1599-7650 ,

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    This paper examines the close connections between nature and human beings, between human beings in a community, and between human beings' physical condition and their emotional state, through Karen Hesse's book, Out of Dust (1997). It describes the harsh reality that farmers in Oklahoma, which was caused by the combination of the economic depression and the most destructive 'natural disaster' in the history of the USA, the so-called Dust Bowl. The Dust Bowl resulted from human abuse of the farm plains, the removal of the grass, and the destruction of the natural environmental balance in the plains. This novel, written in the form of a diary, portrays how destructive the dust and drought were during that period, and how devastated farmers' lives were, focusing on one main character, Billy, her parents, and their neighbors. While this book warns against people's greed for short term profit and shows their blindness concerning the consequent disaster, it also demonstrates what makes people overcome those hardships, and how the main characters sustain their hope for life despite bitter mistakes and conflicts. Hope is found in the comfort derived from the forces of nature and from people"s love and forgiveness for each other, even though nature and people are the very elements that cause the misery and scars in their lives. Nature and people are portrayed in contrasting ways. No matter how destructive and threatening nature is, it is a fundamental influence on people's lives, and no matter how unforgivable and disappointing people (especially family members) are, they may be a source of great support. Suggesting the importance of the interdependence between nature and human beings, and also between human beings, this book describes these connections by drawing parallels between these four aspects: 1) the state of nature, 2) the state of people's lives, 3) people's physical and emotional condition, and 4) people's relationships. This book implies that nature, human beings' physical and emotional condition, and the health of the community, are closely related to each other. This is related to an ecological perspective, which perceives the relationship between nature and human beings as an organic whole, no longer regarding them as separate entities.

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  3. [국내논문]   마가렛 앳우드의 『시녀이야기』에 나타난 생태적 상상력  

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    문학과 환경: Literature and environment v.9 no.1 ,pp. 57 - 77 , 2010 , 1599-7650 ,

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    The Handmaid"s Tale by Margaret Atwood is a novel about a virtual republic called Gilead, which is built and completed by Christian fundamentalists. Gilead is an utterly dystopian space where people are imprisoned and oppressed in the name of religion. The reason for the author to press hard in this novel the anti-utopian situations to an extreme against humanism is to suggest a true utopian value in the end. In this work, there is a utopian space that exists along with dystopian situations or exists independently. This world is implied in the images of the flower and the garden, and it is tinted with the color red. The flower which appears at regular intervals in this fiction is closely connected to Offred"s sexuality. The erotic connection between the flower and the woman"s body is a core element in the garden and the vegetal imagination. In this novel, a fundamental difference also arises between utopia and dystopia. Moisture and warmth are not only the basic conditions for creation of life; they are also essential substances for utopia. This study, therefore, is an attempt to search for a place where the utopia is connected with vegetability and sexuality.

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  4. [국내논문]   Challenging Ecocriticism  

    Simon C. Estok
    문학과 환경: Literature and environment v.9 no.1 ,pp. 79 - 90 , 2010 , 1599-7650 ,

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    The Handmaid"s Tale by Margaret Atwood is a novel about a virtual republic called Gilead, which is built and completed by Christian fundamentalists. Gilead is an utterly dystopian space where people are imprisoned and oppressed in the name of religion. The reason for the author to press hard in this novel the anti-utopian situations to an extreme against humanism is to suggest a true utopian value in the end. In this work, there is a utopian space that exists along with dystopian situations or exists independently. This world is implied in the images of the flower and the garden, and it is tinted with the color red. The flower which appears at regular intervals in this fiction is closely connected to Offred"s sexuality. The erotic connection between the flower and the woman"s body is a core element in the garden and the vegetal imagination. In this novel, a fundamental difference also arises between utopia and dystopia. Moisture and warmth are not only the basic conditions for creation of life; they are also essential substances for utopia. This study, therefore, is an attempt to search for a place where the utopia is connected with vegetability and sexuality.

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  5. [국내논문]   녹색 성장 시대, 새로운 글쓰기 - 최성각의 생태문학을 중심으로  

    김윤선
    문학과 환경: Literature and environment v.9 no.1 ,pp. 91 - 115 , 2010 , 1599-7650 ,

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    The current study analyzed characteristics and meaning of ecological literature, and aims of new writing of Choi Seong-gak (1955~) in the green growth age. Choi Seong-gak, a novelist and environmental activist in Korea, released two books Fly, Birds and Goose, Matda and Mudabi in 2009 of the green growth age. Fly, Birds is an ecological essay book while Goose, Matda and Mudabi is an ecological novel. According to the author, they are "ecological stories". His ecological essays are critical and resistant to concrete anti-ecological situations in Korea, especially, the government that leads growth development. On the contrary, ecological stories are similar to novels in a view that they have descriptive structure based on ecological life and experiences, but they are closer to memoirs in a view that they describe true experiences. Choi Seong-gak"s ecological writing presented in the two books is writing thorough toward life in the current environmentally critical age. In this writing process, he claims freedom from genre classes, and covers ecological issues in the Korean society through own essay writing. If "ecological writing" is "urgent" writing and critical writing acting against the green growth age, "ecological story" is "slow" writing and creative writing aiming to realize a new green world. In his ecological essays, Choi Seong-gak complained about anti-ecological life and anti-natural life, while in his ecological stories, he expressed ecological and natural life, and life and the value he is aiming at. Choi Seong-gak resists to "the green growth" claiming winning circulation between environment and economy, low-carbon land development, creation of ecological space, etc. in his ecological writing and ecological literature. Commensalism and coexistence, steadiness and stoppage, consideration and caring, equality and exchange, and reflection and holiness are valued pursued by the author, and he tried to realize these values in the new ecological writing.

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  6. [국내논문]   함세덕과 싱(J. M. Synge)의 희곡에 나타난 바다와 죽음의 의미 - 『바다로 가는 기사들』, 『산허구리』, 『무의도기행』을 중심으로  

    김진규
    문학과 환경: Literature and environment v.9 no.1 ,pp. 117 - 141 , 2010 , 1599-7650 ,

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    This paper addresses the meaning of sea and death on Ham Sae-Deok and John Millington Synge's play. The colonial Korean playwrights acknowledged Synge as an Irish playwright who vividly depicts the Irish peasants' life. Like Synge, Ham tries to capture the reality of colonial Korea farmers' sufferings and dramatize it, which became a prototype of Korean drama at that time. Synge's play, "Riders to the Sea", describes the deaths of eight fishermen from a family. Their deaths depend on geographical factors of the Aran Islands, the west coast of Ireland. Fishermen try to maintain their livelihood by raising livestock and selling it to the land but fail to survive in the end. Synge depicts the Aran Islands as the best-preserved place of the Celts in this play. The death scenes in the colonial Korean fishing village are portrayed in Ham's play, "Sanheoguri"(산허구리) and "Mooudo Gihang"(舞衣島紀行). These tragedies are caused by Japanese colonialism and empirical capitalism. "Sanheoguri"(산허구리) describes the pain that village farmers have to undergo, which is caused by Japan's exploitation. Also, "Mooudo Gihang"(舞衣島紀行) tells the death of Chunmyung, a young Korean fishermen who is victim of capitalist competition. I will explore how the death scene shown in Riders to the Sea symbolizes Irish people's inevitable fate. Then, I will examine how Ham's two plays reflect on Korean fishermen's sufferings, in comparison to "Riders to the Sea".

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  7. [국내논문]   김수영 시에 나타난 자연인식과 미학적 변주  

    최호영
    문학과 환경: Literature and environment v.9 no.1 ,pp. 143 - 165 , 2010 , 1599-7650 ,

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    This article is trying to prove the relationship between various aesthetic strategies about Nature and political inclination about inconsistent reality of the age through poems of Kim Su-young. Kim Su-young, who is one of the representative poets in 1960s, has been regarded as a modernist or a participant poet and such an image made Nature in his poems be neglected for a long time. Some discussion about his famous works have limitation because they saw the Nature as poetic deliverance above the history or transcendent world. However, Kim tried to investigate the alternatives to overcome the limitation of Capitalism by Nature, not just to escape from absurd reality to the place of Nature. It is important for Kim to intensify the negativity of Capitalism in the Capitalist System and overcome it. Around the April Revolution, Kim penetrated the phenomenon that the government power of the age was producing effective power in the area of daily life and he realized he could not get out of Capitalist System easily, which was spread in his life. The "Wife" in his poems is especially means of accelerating Capitalism. That"s why the hatred of wife is seen in his poems and kim chose Nature as an alternative. Nature in his poem has following three categories. First of all, Nature makes it possible to admit sexual desire out of artificial relationship. Second, Nature is a system that maintain order according to the cycle of birth and death through a nature object like a flower. Finally, Nature is motion that cannot be followed by rational thought through tiny movement. Kim grasped "Gelassenheit" from the movement of petals, which can be against Capitalism. He got out of dichotomous way of thinking through the attitude of "Gelassenheit" and extended his domain of thought.

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  8. [국내논문]   한용운 시에 나타난 카오스모스의 생태시학  

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    문학과 환경: Literature and environment v.9 no.1 ,pp. 167 - 185 , 2010 , 1599-7650 ,

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    This study analyzed the Han"s work The Silence of Love from the view of chaosmos theory. The chaosmos and cosmos exist in a mix like the head and tail of a coin. The 'love" and 'I" in the Silence of Love has chaosmic features that cannot be defined as one meaning, and they resonate or reverberate to each other in various meanings. Like the Sanskrit syllables 'DA" and 'OM" previously discussed, they resonate through not only the relationship between 'love" and 'I" but also through the relationship between the readers and the work, and the work and the author as well. At the same time, the study clarified that not only the 'love" in Han"s poem but the 'I", the poetic narrator, is a chaosimic self as well. The word, 'self" in here does not stand for certain 'self" of self-oriented, unique and limited but stands for the chaosmic self of uncertainty, difference, flexibility and complexity, and the situations including the relationship between 'love" and 'I" in the text of Han"s poem describes those aspects. On the other hand, from individual works of Han"s, it could be observed the concept of the nature as self-organizing and the organicism which represents that everything in the space are very equally and closely connected. This study has a meaning in that it attempted to find the eco-poetic possibilities of resonance focusing on the chaosmic 'love" which is the bracket itself rather than defining the identity of the 'love" in the bracket.

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  9. [국내논문]   동인지 『자유시』에 나타난 자연의 의미 연구  

    전소영
    문학과 환경: Literature and environment v.9 no.1 ,pp. 187 - 218 , 2010 , 1599-7650 ,

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    The aim of this study is to revaluate the poetry written in 1970"s through determining the view of nature in literary coterie magazine, “Jayushi”(자유시). Members of Jayushi are mostly young poets from Daegu, and they showed unique aspects that support literary purity and personal freedom in totalitarian reality of 1970's. However, previous studies are not endowing positive value on Jayushi by grasping their proposed meaning of freedom too abstract. On this, this study would redefine the meaning of freedom that appears in their poems, and to do so, the aspect of nature that is portrayed in their poems would be examined. The subject works are limited to the ones of Lee Ha-seok, Lee Dong-sun, and Lee Tae-su, who continuously participated and actively released books from vol.1 to vol. 6. First, Lee Ha-seok expresses human form, which lost nature of oneself, meaning generative power, through his poems through civilizing process. People try to dominate external nature under the name of industrialization, but as a result, they deny and control even the nature of internal self. In other words, domination of nature is soon led to the domination of people, and is degraded as unnatural existence. In his poems, Lee Ha-seok shows that a way to solve contemporary issues is to realize that human, who frees oneself from oppression, is, in fact, free man, and to do so, they should become like nature. Then, Lee Dong-sun expresses nature as an ideal group in his poems, and each components freely live in that group as they coexist and live together symbiotically. Through this, Lee Dong-sun criticizes wrongful collectivism of modern society, that instigates alienation of individuals. Lastly, Lee Tae-su expresses humans forms, which is leaving on a journey of self-inquiry with spiritual and divine guidance of nature. Through this, he emphasizes that truly free human beings are the ones that discover true self through self-examination on themselves. As said, nature in the poems of Jayushi members is created in various shapes, and recognition of reality of poets and searching for the meaning of freedom are being mediated. Here, rigorous criticism on contemporary society, which deprives freedom, is contained, and for this reason, retrospective view of observing their poems as abstract works should be reconsidered.

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  10. [국내논문]   80년대 소설에 나타난 슬럼의 생태학 - 『왕룽일가』 연작을 중심으로  

    박상익
    문학과 환경: Literature and environment v.9 no.1 ,pp. 219 - 237 , 2010 , 1599-7650 ,

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    This paper is to examine slum"s ecology in 80"s novel, particulary Wanglungilga. I re-read this novel through Narratology .In 1980s, Seoul was extremely changed by Modernization. And then, A lot of people who lived in poverty was moved out city boundary in Seoul. Through the literary imagination, Park Young-Han made the poor ecology condition of city boundary in Seoul. His novel had focused on space ecology that were interchanged by inhabitants. The recognition that human beings lived in a slum had not regained the ecological health. Also, it had related aspects that were going to sick. They recognized each other as the target of the struggle. To them, respect for diversity did not exist. They were all problems of human beings could not be retrieved. However, Park Young-Han hoped that could restore vitality in city boundary in Seoul.

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