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Soaring phoenixes and prancing dragons : a historical survey of Korean classical literature

Soaring phoenixes and prancing dragons : a historical survey of Korean classical literature

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Hoyt, James
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Soaring phoenixes and prancing dragons a historical survey of Korean classical literature / James Hoyt.
발행사항
Seoul :   Jimoondang Publishing Co.,   2000.  
형태사항
xvi, 568 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
총서사항
Korean studies series ; no. 20
ISBN
8988095421
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Includes bibliographies and index.
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No. 1 소장처 중앙도서관/민족문화연구원/ 청구기호 897.09 H869s 등록번호 192014805 도서상태 대출불가(자료실) 반납예정일 예약 서비스 M

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저자소개

James Hoyt(지은이)

정보제공 : Aladin

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CONTENTS
표제지 = Ⅰ
口繪 = Ⅲ
Preface = XI
Contents = XIII
ChapterⅠIntroduction = 1
  A. Korean Interest in National Literature = 1
    1. Korean Language and Korean Nationalism = 1
    2. Under Japanese Colonalism = 3
    3. After Liberation = 4
  B. Geographical and Historical Background = 8
    1. Geographic Setting = 8
    2. Historical Environment = 9
  C. Korean Language, Scripts, and Literary Forms = 13
    1. Nature of the Korean Language = 13
    2. Chinese as the Literary Language of Korea = 14
    3. Development of Korean Scripts = 16
    4. Korean Literary Forms = 18
Chapter Ⅱ The Three Kingdoms Period and Unified Silla (form the Beginning to 918 A.D.) = 22
  A. Hanmun, or Literature in Chinese = 22
    1. Introduction of Chiness Characters = 22
    2. King Yuri and His "Song of the Yellow Birds" = 22
    3. The Stele of King Kwanggaet`o = 23
    4. Early History = 23
    5. U ∨ lchi Mund o ∨ and His "Verse for the Sui General" = 24
    6. Queen Chind o ∨ k`s "Song of Peace" = 25
    7. W o ∨ nhyo and Reconciliation = 25
    8. U ∨ isang`s Magic Mandala = 28
    9. "Wish for the Unique Vehicle" = 31
    10. S o ∨ l ch`ong`s "Admonition to King of Flowers" = 32
    11. Hyech`o`s Traval Journal = 32
    12. Other Koreans in T`ang China = 34
    13. The Occult Writings of Tos o ∨ n = 34
    14. Ch`oe Ch`i-w o ∨ n and His Cassia Garden = 35
  B. Vernacular Poetry = 36
    1. The Dawn of Korean Poetry = 36
    2. King Mu`s Prophetic Ditty = 37
    3. W o ∨ lmy o ∨ ng on the Unavoidability of Death = 38
    4. H u ∨ imy o ∨ ng`s Prayer = 39
    5. "Song of Ch` o ∨ yong" = 40
    6. "Song of Ch o ∨ ng-Song of Ch` u ∨ p" = 41
    7. Sijo Attributed to Historical Figures = 42
Chapter Ⅲ The Kory o ∨ Period (918-1392) = 46
  A. Hanmun, or Literature in Chinese = 46
    1. Buddhist Literature of the Tenth and Eleventh Centuries = 46
    2. The Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries: Political Instability and the Maturity of Kory o ∨ Culture = 49
    3. The Fourteenth Century: Neo-Confucianism Challenges Buddhist Dominance = 59
  B. Vernacular Literature = 71
    1. Kyuny o ∨ `s Hyangga = 72
    2. "Laments for Two Generals" by King Yejong = 74
    3. Ky o ∨ nggi-hay o ∨ -ga = 75
    4. "Song of Ch o ∨ ng Kwaj o ∨ ng" = 82
    5. "Song of Ch` o ∨ yong" = 83
    6. Popular Songs = 87
    7. Kasa: Hyeg u ∨ n and the "Ox Herding Song" = 105
    8. Sijo Lyricism = 115
Chapter Ⅳ Early Chos o ∨ n Dynasty (1392-1494) = 121
  A. Hanmun, or Literature in Chinese = 121
    1. Architects of the Dynasty under T`aejo, Ch o ∨ ngjong and T`aejong(1392-1418) = 121
    2. The Golden Age under King Sejong and His Successors of the Fifteenth Century = 127
  B. Vernacular Literature = 142
    1. From the Beginning of the Dynasty to the Invention of Han`g u ∨ l, 1392-1443 = 142
    2. Correct Sounds for Teaching the People = 154
    3. Songs of the Dragons = 162
    4. Songs of the Moon and Other Buddhist Texts = 180
    5. Sijo Lyrics Associated with the Murder of the Boy-king = 194
    6. Ch o ∨ ng K u ∨ g-in and the "Song of Spring" = 202
Chapter Ⅴ Internal Disorganization and Japanese Invasion 1494-1608 = 214
  A. Hanmun, or Literature in Chinese = 214
    1. The Tyranny of Y o ∨ nsan-gun = 215
    2. Chungjong : Reform and Reaction = 217
    3. My o ∨ ngjong and S o ∨ njo: Factionalism, Escapism and War = 221
  B. Vernacular Literature = 246
    1. Cho Kwang-jo and Kim An-guk: Politics and Pedagogy = 246
    2. Hwang Chin-i and Her Admirers = 247
    3. Scholars in Retirement = 254
    4. Ch o ∨ ng ch` o ∨ l, Greatest of Korean Poets = 284
    5. Voices from the Demimonds and from the Women`s Quarters = 336
    6. H o ∨ Kyun and the First Novelette = 343
    7. The Winds of War = 345
Chapter Ⅵ Economic Exhaustion and Literary Ferment (1609-1724) = 392
  A. Hanmun, or Literature in Chinese = 392
    1. Confucianists at Court and Hedonists in Exile = 393
    2. The Kim Clan of Andong = 400
    3. Belletrists and Positivists = 404
  B. Vernacular Literature = 410
    1. Laments of the Exiled = 411
    2. Sijo of the Manchu Invasions = 418
    3. Yun S o ∨ n-do, Greatest of Sijo Poets = 421
    4. Wine and Resignation = 427
    5. Popular Buddhhism = 429
Chapter Ⅶ Late Chos o ∨ n Dynasty (1724-1896): Intellectual Revival, Popularization and Decay = 432
  A. Hanmun, or Literature in Chinese = 432
    1. The Popularization of Poetry in Chinese = 433
    2. Broad-ranging Scholarship = 434
    3. Pak Chi-w o ∨ n and the Short Story = 436
    4. The Four Greats of Y o ∨ ngj o ∨ ng = 437
    5. Ch o ∨ ng Yag-yong and His Intimates = 439
    6. More Scholars and Poets = 444
    7. Ch`oe Che-u and Eastern Learning = 447
    8. The Prince Regent = 450
  B. Vernacular Literature = 453
    1. Development of the Novel = 454
    2. Court Autobiography = 468
    3. Compilation of Poetic Anthologies: The Remarkable Triumvirate = 470
    4. Yi Ch o ∨ ng-bo on Spring and Autumn = 478
    5. Almanacs and Travelogues in Poetry and Prose = 482
    6. Sin Chae-hyo and the Development of Dramatic Literature = 485
    7. Songs from Yongdam = 492
    8. The Taew o ∨ n-gun and His Favorites = 495
    9. The End of a Tradition = 506
Chapter Ⅷ Conclusion: Characteristics of Korean Classical Literature = 508
  A. A Literature of Escape = 508
  B. A Literature of Protest = 510
  C. A Literature of the Supernatural = 511
  D. A Literature of Didacticism = 514
  E. A Literature of Femininity and Passivity = 515
  F. A Literature of Poetry and Music = 518
  G. A Literature of Melancholy and Pessimism = 519
  H. A Literature of Anguish = 521
  I. A Literature of Ethnic Consciousness and Nationalism = 522
Books for Additional Reading in Western Languages = 526
Index = 529

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