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탈근대의 서사와 텍스트의 이중성 : The Narrative of Post-modernism and the Dualism of Text: An examination of 『IlWol』by Hwang, Soon-Won

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Authors
노승욱
Issue Date
2006
Publisher
서울대학교 인문대학 인문학연구원
Citation
인문논총, Vol.55, pp. 195-224
Abstract
holds a prominent position. Most dichotomous division, like The west/the east,
male/female, normal/abnormal, etc. is the scheme of decoding showing the
prominent value of the first term. Therefore IlWol displays prominent
inequality, Sun=day=light is superior to Moon=night=darkness. This paper
analyzes how the main character, In-Chuls consciousness and action decode
themselves from binary oppositional value. The Post-modern narrative discourse
from this novel breaks down binary oppositional value and searches the
possibility of coexistence with others. The attempt of breaking down the
division of binary opposition is the alternative plan overcoming self-alienation
and searching genuine identity.
This paper maintains a view that there is some connection between the
authors positional identity as a displaced person coming from North Korea in
South-Korean society and the motive of creation searching the little narrative,
marginal butchers world. This book was published serially when the powerful
dominant ideology was exercised by the military regime in Korea. This paper
considers that this environmental motive made the author search butchers
world as little narrative. Ultimately, the author resisted the ideological repression
of dominant discourse through butchers narrative.
ISSN
1598-3021
Language
Korean
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/29650
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