小說敎育에 있어서 言語의 問題 : Problems of Language in the Teaching of the Novel

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사대논총, Vol.44/45, pp. 57-73
The language of literature is closely connected with natural language. Even if the language lays emphasis on the poetic function, that is not the creation of language but the awakening to the relation between signifiant and signifie in object, the support to a new recognition of object. And it is derived from the oppositional consciousness for a normal language that one feels poetic language deviated from the natural language. Poetic language continuously awakes the existence of natural language. The language of literature, especially in novel, does not lay emphasis on the poetic function. The language of novel is the ordinary language which we use daily, but a problem derived from the other's mode of language, acceptance. Novel is the most fundamental and profound genre which unify and organize the Heteroglossia. Up to the present, the teaching of the novel has shown the tendency which holds the real-life achievments of the author sacred,or which displays the phases of the times unrelated to the actual text. This method is the main cause of the complaint that literary education cramming the fragmentary knowledge non-related with language education. But the sprachliche Kunstwerk of the novel should be organized synthetically and essentially in more concrete internal connections. The Problem is that through what kind of the discourse structure, the value of the times is revealed.
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College of Education (사범대학)Center for Educational Research (교육종합연구원)교육연구와 실천Journal of the College of Education (師大論叢) vol.44/45 (1992)
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