근대; 탈근대; 타자성; 자연; 산수; 탈식민주의; 생태주의; 식민지); 제국주의; 식민자; 피식민자; modern times; postmodernism; Otherness; nature; a land-scape; post-colonialism; ecologism; a colony; imperialism; colonizer; colonized; modern times; postmodernism; Otherness; nature; a land-scape; post-colonialism; ecologism; a colony; imperialism; colonizer; colonized
한국문학이론과 비평, v.15, no.1, pp.61 - 81
The poetry of Jeong Ji Yong divide into three usually. The three parts are modernism of the primary stage, religion-poetry of the middle, a landscape poetry of the end. Among those, a landscape poetry from the '20s to the '30s that have experienced modern civilization can be grasped to remove. We should read the poems of Ji-Yong written at the same time in a overlapping manner. Then we were aware how he understanded the era of reality and the perception of modernity, we will know more closely. This able to capture in a poem of the modern perception is embodied through the postmodern perspective. Postmodern orientation is captured in the initial poetry is deleted the city, cultures, knowledge systems, institutions of modernity, and finally, will enter the world of nature. A landscape-poetry deleted modern human subject encompass home-recognition and national sentiment in the early poems. Alienated from the perceptions of the modern ones are expanded. So, the sad-modern is established anti-imperialism as the nature and the colonized. Here it comes out of modernity, of modern civilization will realize fiction, the colonized is self aware. At this point, postmodernism closely relative post-colonialism or ecologism.