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桐溪 鄭蘊의 歷史認識과 詩世界 硏究

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A Study on Historical Perspective and Poetic Style of Donggye Jeong On
Abstract
Dongye Jeong On was born in 1569 and died in 1641. He lived in the
middle of the Joseon Dynasty. During the dynasty there was a series of wars
abroad and the leadership was caught in a maelstrom of sudden changes and
was constantly confronting dethronement. The professional career of Donggye
can be outlined when he was acknowledged by Gwanghaegun and the King
Injo by virtue of his fidelity which made him possible to assume some relevant
posts.
His literary works, including poetry, feature his personal demotion and
banishment, as well as the Manchu war. Many of his works allow us to
discover his unique historical perspective. The works of Dongye give a unique
view of the situation at that time and historical flow.
Joseon of Gwanghaegun was a hard time for Donggye due to the demotion and
banishment. Donggye started his political career at the age of 42. He was a
judge of Gyeongseong at that time and he was opposed to Gwanghae's moving
in to the Gyeongwoon Palace. His poems written at that time have to do with
liege homage. With the death of the Grand Prince Yeongchang in the Year of
the Ox, Donggye presented 「Gabinbongsa」. Gwanghaegun was furious about
this so he sent Donggye into exile in Jeju. It is found in post 「Gabinbongsa」
literary works. In these literary works, Donggye not only showed his loyalty but
also expostulated to the king.
As a Confucian scholar, Donggye always maintained his loyalty of retainer and
fidelity in exile. He cultivated his own opinions through reading especially
regarding social issues. the result was his literary works, which were made by
his writing brush.
In our studies, we have learned that Donggye acted on moral grounds,
through this he learned to accept to the enthronement of Injo, and understand
his theory of Providence. However, Gwanghaegun went against the Three Bonds
and Five Relationships in Confucianism by deliberating murder of the Queen
and justifying the enthronement of Grance Prince Yeongochang Injo's through
moral principles. Ergo, Donggye saw this as a just and great cause. That is to
say, the enthronement was by God's will and Donggye was seen as God's will.
He contemplated that taking service under a second lord was not a disloyalty,
but submission to God's will.
In the period of the Manchu war and the transition of the Ming to Qing,
we learned of the rejection of peace and negotiations which was reflected in
Donggye's poetry. He considered Ming as a parent country to the Dynasty of
Joseon to have a parent-child relationship. He regarded the death of the
emperor of Ming as a death of parents. This idea was maintained even when
his life was at stake. He attempted suicide when he heard that the King Injo
was going to surrender to Qing in Namhansanseong Fortress. After his life was
saved, Donggye pleaded not to pass the Royal seal awarded by Ming to the
barbarians.
His poetry presents us with perspective on both large and small events in
the country, and the Horan diplomatic situation during the Manchu war. It is
considered that his literary works serve as a crucial clue to understanding the
situation at that time, from the perspective of pro-Ming and anti-Qing. His
perspective it has its own limits in the sense that Donggye was seized with
moral justification and did not consider the international situation at the time.
Author(s)
고은순
Issued Date
2015
Awarded Date
2016. 2
Type
Dissertation
URI
http://dcoll.jejunu.ac.kr/jsp/common/DcLoOrgPer.jsp?sItemId=000000007479
Alternative Author(s)
Ko, Eun-soon
Department
대학원 국어국문학과
Advisor
김상조
Table Of Contents
Ⅰ. 序論. 1
Ⅱ. 桐溪 鄭蘊의 社會的 처지와 現實認識 9
1. 동계의 社會的 處地. 9
2. 동계의 現實認識 13
Ⅲ. 桐溪 鄭蘊의 歷史認識과 詩 18
1. 벼슬의 시작과 挫折. 18
2. 인조반정의 수용과 天命論. 30
3. 호란과 명청 교체기와 華夷論. 42
Ⅳ. 結論 55
참고문헌 58
ABSTRACT 60
Degree
Master
Publisher
제주대학교 대학원
Citation
고은순. (2015). 桐溪 鄭蘊의 歷史認識과 詩世界 硏究
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