『靜軒瀛海處坎錄』에 나타난 趙貞喆의 意識硏究
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- A Study on Jo Jeong-cheol's Viewpoint: Based on 'Jeongheonyeonghaecheogamrok'
- This study is to find out the change of his viewpoint, reflected on
"Jeongheonyeonghaecheogamrok" written by Jo Jeongcheol during his exile life
on jeju Island in the late 18th century.
The method for this purpose is to review his viewpoint and thoughts using
the literature of "Jeongheonyeonghaecheogamrok", the unique collection of his
poems during his exile life, and the products of the preceding researches,
The results of this study are as follows;
First, jeju's natural environment and exotic culture in his early exile life
caused him to have a negative viewpoint. Despite this, considering his works
written in the course of his movement from Jeju-mok to Jeongeui-hyeon, it is
inferred that his viewpoint and thought of Jeju was completely changed.
Second, Jeonheon exiled to Jeju due to the connection to an incident of
conspiracy was extremely oppressed by governors or government workers. On
this contrary, he was highly respected by Jeju islanders, considering his
representative serial poetry.
Third, Tamra Japyeong(Songs of Tamra) of Jo Jeong-cheol provides Jeju's
history, industry, government workers' tyranny and rulers' corruption, which
shows us the obedient connection between the 18 century central
government's political situations and deportees exiled to jeju in terms of
stream of consciousness.
According to Prof. Jo Dongil, exile is regarded as one of punishments in
a traditional society. in terms of literature, it is one of the favorable
opportunities of creation of literature. It is a regret to say preceding studies
of exile literature concentrate on celebrities. Nevertheless, this study tries to
reveal Jo Jeongcheol's exile literature in which he had a truthful and minute
viewpoint of Jeju's exile life. Hopefully, further studies present new paradigm
on Jeju's exile literature, based on the collection of his poems.
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- 2016. 8
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