송와잡설(松窩雜說)의 서사적 재현과 이기(李墍)의 의식시계
- 송와잡설(松窩雜說)의 서사적 재현과 이기(李墍)의 의식시계
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- The narrative representation of Songwajapseol and the consciousness of Lee Ki
- representation; Songwajapseol; Lee Ki; Hansan Lee family; Lee Saek; King Sejo; usurpation of the crown; power struggle; Japanese Invasion; despair; problematic reality; ideal type of person; destiny; contrast; alternative way; exclusion; collapse; Won Chonsuk; King Taejong; King Danjong; dualism; Whanghi; anecdote; ideal past; alternative time; 송와잡설; 이기; 의식세계; 이색; 고려왕조; 세조; 왕위 찬탈; 이계린; 이계전; 이개; 한산 이씨; 당쟁; 임진왜란; 절망; 서사적 재현; 풍자; 이상적 인간형; 운명; 양극화 현상; 양변론; 대조; 대안; 태조; 원천석; 태종; 단종; 신숙주; 황희; 일화; 고려유신; 이상적 과거; 희망의 빛
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- 어문학, no.120, pp.141 - 176
- This paper attempts to interpret the view of the editor Lee Ki by analysing Songwajapseol.
Lee Ki was a member of Hansan Lee family. Lee Saek, Lee Gaerin, Lee Gaejon, and Lee Gae were the ancestors of Hansan Lee family, but they showed opposite attitudes in King Sejo’s usurpation of the crown. Lee Ki was agonized by those conflicting attitudes of the ancestors of Hansan Lee family. His internal conflict and search were reflected in Songwajapseol.
Lee Ki experienced power struggle between Parties and Japanese Invasion of Korea in 1592, which made him fall into deep despair. The feeling of hopelessness became the basis of the narrative representation of Songwajapseol. Lee Ki groped for four ways to overcome the despairing reality. First, he accused and lampooned the problematic reality. Second, he searched for the ideal type of person. Third, he paid respect to the loyal subjects of the late Koryeo dynasty and the early Chosun dynasty. Fourth, he confirmed the way the destiny was realized and colored the world mysteriously.
Lee Ki captured the Chosun reality of the time by incorporating the narrative principle of contrast. But he looked for an alternative way to overcome the exclusion and collapse.
Lee ki emphasized and represented the paradoxical coexistence of Lee Saek and King Taejo, and Won Chonsuk and King Taejong. While Lee Ki criticized King Sejo’s usurpation of the crown and mourned the tragic end of King Danjon, he also excused Sin Sukjoo who turned against his friends and joined King Sejo’s rebellion. Lee Ki’s conflicting attitude was rooted in his hope to transcend the extreme dualism.
Lee Ki’s desire to transcend dualism was successfully accomplished in the representation of the Whanghi anecdotes. By stressing the fact that Whanghi was educated by the subjects of the fallen Koryeo dynasty, he emphasized Koryeo as an ideal past. This Ideal past became an alternative time which could overcome dualism and glorious past shedding light of hope for present despair.
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