김규동(金奎東) 시세계의 변모과정과 회복의 시정신

Title
김규동(金奎東) 시세계의 변모과정과 회복의 시정신
Other Titles
Poetic world of Kim Kyu-Dong and the Poetic Spirit of Recovery
Author(s)
이동순
Keywords
김규동 시인; 1950년대; 분단; <후반기>동인; 모더니즘
Issue Date
201103
Publisher
동북아시아문화학회
Citation
동북아 문화연구, v.1, no.26, pp.229 - 242
Abstract
This study is a comprehensive study about the poetic world of Kim Kyu-Dong, the representative poet of Korea. Kim Kyu-Dong(1925∼ ), born in Jongsung of Hamkyungbukdo, became a poet through Yesuljosun in 1948. Being influenced by his teacher, Kim Ki-Rim, while he was in high school, he started to build his literary career as a poet with a Modernistic writing methodology. After Korea was divided into South Korea and North Korea, he went to South Korea, where he lived a lonely life. Just after the Korean War, he organized a literary circle called Hubangi in Busan which was a refuge capital, and he was opening up a Modernistic literary movement as a member of Hubangi. From this time on, his poems began to have three main poetic tendencies: the tendency of representing Korea's division with a mothif of ‘Death’, the tendency of soothing the pain resulted in the loss of his hometown with ‘butterfly’, a poetic symbol, and the tendency of overcoming the agony in his lives by reminding himself of his mother left behind in the house of hometown. In the methodological aspect, his poetic outlook shifted from a common and a moderate Modernism to a sociological Modernism. His poetic consistency in his whole poetical works is for the poetic spirit of ‘recovery’. The object of the recovery is just his mother whom he misses and his lost hometown. In addition, the spirit of recovery is extended into the unification of South and North Korea which have always been in confrontation each other under the national division and into the recovery of homogeneity of our people. Moreover, he longs for the development and the stability of democracy, the construction of a true paradisal land, the recovery of self-pride of all Korean hurted and infringed in a turbulent period in our history. In his poetic world filled with a poetic spirit of recovery, hometown is a pop-up place which was supposed to get back or return to. In consequence, his division narrative heaves and sets with a poetic spirit of recove.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/25454
ISSN
1598-3692
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