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고전소설 신자료 <牀下俠客傳> 연구
Research of Sanghahyupgagjeon, New Text of Korean Classical novel

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Authors
서유경
Issue Date
2017-12
Publisher
서울대학교 규장각한국학연구원
Citation
한국문화, Vol.80, pp. 49-69
Keywords
SanghahyupgagjeonYeegyeongonggungjeouhyupgagGeumgogigwantranslated novelKorean classical novel상하협객전이견공궁저우협객금고기관번역소설고전소설
Abstract
This research introduces concrete facts of manuscript, Sanghahyupgagjeon which belongs to the National Hangul Museum as well as translation copy of Yeegyeongonggungjeouhyupgag which is the subject matter of Geumgogigwan. Yeegyeongonggungjeouhyupgag was translated and published in 1963 for the first time into Yeegyeongonggi of Fully translated Geumgogigwan which is a copy of Jungum. Therefore, it is meaningful that Sanghahyupgagjeon is the first Hangul manuscript of Yeegyeongonggungjeouhyupgag.
Sanghahyupgagjeon was written by YoonYongGu and was translated when YoonBaekYoung was 25-26 year old age. In the light of this, Sanghahyupgagjeon could be written in 1913. It is noticeable for Sanghahyupgagjeon that the translator added new contents and changed narration from the original text.
The translation patterns of Sanghahyupgagjeon are below; 1) a story frame of new narration, 2) reverse narration in three stages between Sanghahyupgagjeon and Yeegyeongonggungjeouhyupgag, 3) emphasis on discipline of women. The most remarkable point of Sanghahyupgagjeon is to consist of new narration as a story frame. Furthermore, Sanghahyupgagjeon highlight attitudes towards life as women because Sanghahyupgagjeon targeted at women and changed the story.
ISSN
1226-8356
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/167466
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Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies (규장각한국학연구원)Korean Culture (한국문화) Korean Culture (한국문화) vol.77/80(2017)
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