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이태준 문학에 나타난 이상적 공동체주의

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Authors
장성규
Issue Date
2006-12
Publisher
서울대학교 규장각한국학연구원
Citation
한국문화, Vol.38, pp. 137-168
Abstract
Previous studies on Lee Taejun"s literature place too much importance on form, vague illuminism and nationalism of his novels. In order to overcome the limits of previous studies, this paper aims to examine ideal communalism revealed in Lee Taejun"s literature. Lee Taejun"s early short stories show influence of Oski Sakae(大杉榮)"s mutualism. Sakae(大杉榮)"s mutualism takes the form of an experiment and a collapse of ideal commune in Lee Taejune"s literature. This is noteworthy in that it shows Lee Taejun"s inclination distinguished from KAPF"s literary illuminism. In Lee Taejun"s novels written in the late 1930"s, influence of Uchimura Ganjo(內村監三) and “Seongseochosun"(성서조선)"s nonchurch movement appear. This influence seems clear particularly in the “Cheongchunmuseong" (청춘무성). The communalism in this work can be fully understood in the context of the influence of the nonchurch movement. Furthermore, this abstract communalism is related to Fascism in “Beoleunchangmada"(별은 창마다). Lee Taejune"s change after Korea"s liberation from Japan should be considered, regarding the influence of Henry David Thoreau"s moral Previous studies on Lee Taejun"s literature place too much importance on form, vague illuminism and nationalism of his novels. In order to overcome the limits of previous studies, this paper aims to examine ideal communalism revealed in Lee Taejun"s literature. Lee Taejun"s early short stories show influence of Oski Sakae(大杉榮)"s mutualism. Sakae(大杉榮)"s mutualism takes the form of an experiment and a collapse of ideal commune in Lee Taejune"s literature. This is noteworthy in that it shows Lee Taejun"s inclination distinguished from KAPF"s literary illuminism. In Lee Taejun"s novels written in the late 1930"s, influence of Uchimura Ganjo(內村監三) and “Seongseochosun"(성서조선)"s nonchurch movement appear. This influence seems clear particularly in the “Cheongchunmuseong" (청춘무성). The communalism in this work can be fully understood in the context of the influence of the nonchurch movement. Furthermore, this abstract communalism is related to Fascism in “Beoleunchangmada"(별은 창마다). Lee Taejune"s change after Korea"s liberation from Japan should be considered, regarding the influence of Henry David Thoreau"s moral resistance. Land reform in “Nongto"(농토), particularly shows Lee Taejune"s remarkable ideal communalism. In conclusion, ideal communalism of Lee Taejune"s literature is influenced by Oski Sakae(大杉榮)"s anarchism, Uchimura Ganjo(內村監三) and “Seongseochosun"(성서조선)"s nonchurch movement, and Henry David Thoreau"s original communalism.
ISSN
1226-8356
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/66802
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Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies (규장각한국학연구원)Korean Culture (한국문화) Korean Culture (한국문화) vol.38 (2006)
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