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한국 예이츠 저널 [The Yeats Journal of Korea]

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  • 자료유형
    학술지
  • 발행기관
    한국예이츠학회 [The Yeats Society of Korea]
  • ISSN
    1226-4946
  • 간기
    연3회
  • 수록기간
    1991~2018
  • 등재여부
    KCI 등재
  • 주제분류
    인문학 > 영어와문학
  • 십진분류
    KDC 840 DDC 821.9
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권두언

이영석

한국예이츠학회 한국 예이츠 저널 제8권 1998.05 pp.4-5

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기고자

한국예이츠학회 한국 예이츠 저널 제8권 1998.05 pp.6-8

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논문

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A Comparison of East and West : Spatial and Temporal Feelings in Literature and Art as in W.B. Yeats, Hwang Dongkyu, William Blake, Marc Chagall, and Kim Hongdo

Young Suck Rhee

한국예이츠학회 한국 예이츠 저널 제8권 1998.05 pp.11-33

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이 논문에서 Yeats, 황동규, Blake, Chagall, 김홍도, 등 5명의 작가를 엮어 주는 요소를, 시간적, 공간적 정서감으로 보았다. 기존의 개념으로 풀어 보면, 문학과 예술에 있어서 “the universal”이라 할 수있다. 시와 예술에 있어 우리가 추구하는 것이 있다면 universal한 요소들일 것이다. 즉, 상상력, 정서, 상징, 열정, 등. 시와 예술에서 이러한 요소들이 완벽해지면, 우리의 마음이 움직인다. 그리고 표현 방식이 완벽해도, 상상력에 문제가 있으면, 작품으로 실패한다. Yeats는 Blake의 시적 기교에 문제가 있는 것으로 보나, 그를 최상의 작가로 여겼다. Blake는 인간에 대한 통찰이 심오했기 때문이다. Chagall은, Yeats처럼, 상상력을 갖추었으며, 자신의 작품이 자신의 상상력에 충실한 한, 기법의 불완전함을 감수할 줄 알았다. 그의 그림 속의 인물의 형상이 아무리 왜곡되고 과장되어 있어도, 작품 속에서는 완벽한 조화를 보이고 있다. 따라서, 그의 작품은 좋은 작품이다. 김홍도는, Yeats처럼, 전통적 형식을 바탕으로 한 작가이며, 그의 좋은 작품은 항상 상상력을 자극한다. 따라서, 우리는 그의 작품에서 기쁨과 지혜를 얻는다. 마지막으로, 황동규도 Yeats와 비교, 대비되는 점이 있는, 우리의 당대 시인이며, 앞으로도 오랫동안 시를 쓸 것으로 기대한다. 그는 이미 좋은 시인이며, 그의 시로 미루어 볼 때, 다음 세기에도 우리의 가장 훌륭한 시인들 중 하나로 남을 것이다. 그가 한국과 세계의 시를 풍요롭게 할 것으로 기대한다.

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예이츠의 시에서 계시적 상상 : λογος와 λεγω

이한묵

한국예이츠학회 한국 예이츠 저널 제8권 1998.05 pp.35-48

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William Butler Yeats uses objective logos and subjective lego to transvalue conventional philosophy and religion for poetic truth and reality throughout his poems. Because of the transumptive power of the poetry, Yeats highly poeticizes apocalyptic vision which makes his poetry unite reality with imagination, nature with human beings, life with art, logic with mystery, humanity with divinity, and history with literature. In this sense, the poet explores the apocalyptic possibilities of poetry through the poetic revitalization of logos and lego in the spiritual world. Since logos and lego are used variously in classic literature, a coherent conception of logos and lego should be defined clearly for this study. In its popular view, logos denotes objective words which have factual basis. However, lego means subjective and personally interpretative words based upon logos. This sense of logos and lego suggest no judgment on the truth of the things. The notion of logos is alluded to frequently in poetic passages, particularly in prophetic texts of Yeats’s poetry. In this sense, the ancients view a poet as a prophet who realizes supernatural will, reveals new truth, foretells the coming age, and charges a possible preparation through the words of apocalyptic poetry. Thus, Yeatsian lego presents a legitimate expression of the human mind, and opens the door to self-justficaton. This conception of logos and lego includes a priori intuition in our beliefs and consciousness. Therefore, Yeats conceptualizes this sense of logos and lego throughout his apocalyptic poetry.

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W.B.Yeats와 S.Heaney의 서정시 비교 : 향토 풍경시 중심으로

홍성숙

한국예이츠학회 한국 예이츠 저널 제8권 1998.05 pp.89-107

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The tradition of local landscape poetry in England has appeared since the 18th century, and has been enhanced as one of the main characteristics of the 19th century European poetry and inherited until today. The landscape, in general, plays three roles: first, it is used as the background and a medium with which to express a poet’s emotion and mind; secondly, it can reveal its role as a subject, making dialogue with a poet; and thirdly, it can be used as a reminder of collective mind. Yeats and Heaney, unlike the English poets, show strong aesthetical and collective mind, even in describing the landscape. However, Yeats, belonging to Protestant Ascendancy, used the landscape as a medium to express his individualistic emotion and to stir the Romantic Ireland. On the other hand, Heaney, belonging to the oppressed Ulster Catholic, projects the communities’ lack - as well as the reaction to overcome this lack - the lost land, language and tradition. Heaney’s point of view and technique are very realistic, while Yeats’s point of view and technique are romantic. Yeats’ landscape is painted purple-coloured ; Heaney’s is described as a dark-coloured one, reflecting his own pity for the oppressed people and their adversity.

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7

켈트족의 황혼과 예이츠 문화민족주의

김철수

한국예이츠학회 한국 예이츠 저널 제8권 1998.05 pp.109-131

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After the publication of his book, The Wanderings of Oisin and the Other Poems in 1899 Yeats was keenly interested in the non-English cultures of the British Isles. It was known as the Celtic Twilight. In 1898 he published a volume of essays called “The Celtic Twilight” containing a number of folk stories. In 1891 he founded the Irish Literary Society and worked on a three-volume edition of the poetry of Blake, which was published in 1893. Because of this involvement he pursued the study of symbolism, which is so important for his poetry. The evidence of this is to be found in his two volumes of the decade, The Rose(1893) and The Wind Among the Reeds(1899), with their many uses of the rose and other symbols. Lady Gregory encouraged Yeats’s interest in folk-lores, visiting with him the homes of her tenants and listening to their stories. She also encouraged him to work for the theatre, which led him to the founding of the Irish National Theatre Society in 1902. In this way Yeats attempted to solve the two problems that were central to him as a public poet: the general problem of symbols in literature in an age lacking a common tradition and the particular problems presented by the confusions of the Irish situation. He was impelled to find a way of putting Ireland into some mental order, so that cultural symbols of dependable significance would be at the disposal of the artist. In this context I read the two poems, “To the Rose Upon the Rood of Time” and “The Song of Wandering Aengus” as the manifestations of the Celtic, symbolic tradition of the Irish elite and the tradition of the Irish people respectively. But in the 1890s and the early 1900s, for all his identification with the Gaelic ethos, a wistful hope remained for leadership from a regenerated landlord class. The Ireland that Yeats envisaged was a nation with a distinctive cultural and spiritual identity, and he imagined a community free of sectarian differences and conflicts. That vision was not as revolutionary as some critics have supposed, and it hardly outlasted the 1890s. A century later, however, we find an unusual amount of interest in his early writings.

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8

The World of the Bible in W. B. Yeats’s “Among School Children”

Yoo, Baekyun

한국예이츠학회 한국 예이츠 저널 제8권 1998.05 pp.133-147

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예이츠의 “Among School Children”을 분석해 보면 이 시가 시적 구조와 예이츠의 “Among School Children” 에 내재한 성서의 세계, 이미저리, 그리고 이 시의 궁극적 메시지가 성서를 그 모델로 하여 지어졌음을 알 수 있다. 이 논문의 목적은 이 시의 삼단계 시적 구조가 기본적으로 성서의 삼단계 구조를 모방했음을 주장하는 것이다. 즉 이 시가 내포하고 있는 각 파트의 주요 이미지 즉 학교 교실, 노령화에 대한 시인의 무기력함, 그리고 댄서의 이미지가 결국 성서에 나오는 이미지 즉 성서 처음의 한 장소에서 다른 장소로 이동하는 모습, 그 이후 끊임없이 되풀이되는 인간의 나약함, 그리고 성서 마지막의 요한 계시록에 나오는 신비의 결혼을 변형한 것이다. 이 시의 주제 중의 하나인 Unity of Being의 실현이 인간의 한계를 해결할 수 있다는 것도 신과 인간의 결혼으로 천국을 이룩할 수 있다는 성서의 종교적 비전을 연상시킨다. “Among School Children”의 내면에는 바이블의 세계가 존재하고 있는 것이다.

4,800원

9

Yeats의 Ballads에 나타난 후렴 연구

신소영

한국예이츠학회 한국 예이츠 저널 제8권 1998.05 pp.149-158

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As a genre of folk song, the ballad is impersonal in that it often depicts something beyond the personal attitude or emotion of a poet. Yeats, to simplify the diction of his poetry, tried to use the metaphor of ballad, which is a material appropriate to human experience and instinct. As an important device of the ballads, the ‘refrain’ of his poetry is especially marked. The refrain (that is, verbal repetitions) may be a word or a line or groups of words or lines, and appears at the end of each stanza. In addition, Yeats’s use of the refrain is remarkable in his later poetry, particularly in The Winding Stair. The refrain may be without meanings, serving for some musical effect, as in some poems of the Elizabethan Age but it may give life to the language as Friedrich Schiller points out. This essay tries to divide the function of refrain into four types, despite the danger of making Yeats’s poetic range look limited. All the poems are not ruled by only one function but, in part, some poems appear to be with mixed functions. First, the refrain emphasizes poet’s theme through ironic meaning, as in the poems of ‘September 1913,’ and ‘‘The Curse of Cromwell’ and ‘The Three Bushes.’ Secondly, the refrain brings about mystery by the images of silent stillness, as in the poem of ‘Long-legged Fly’ and ‘The Apparitions.’ Thirdly, the refrain may give life to the language in conversion of the meaning, as in the poem of ‘What then?’ Fourthly, the refrain shows nonsense or meaningfulness, as in the poem of ‘The Pilgrim.’ This ‘nonsense’ speaks for his view of life in his later period, and reveals his willing acception of tragic nihilism.

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W.B.Yeats : Reality and Imagination

차진석

한국예이츠학회 한국 예이츠 저널 제8권 1998.05 pp.159-169

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Yeats constantly sought to express in his poetry the images that he actually felt and experienced in the real world. The images in his poetry are the reflection of his dream and ideal, and they are “realities” of the real world transformed through his own imagination. In his early poetry, the images often tend to be illusory and mystical as they depend on materials of legends and myths. But in his middle period, the tendency to be illusory and mystical has gradually vanished, and his poems begin to become realistic, based on materials of common life. But, to me, this change, from the ideal to the real, is not dichotomous. For Yeats, Real and Ideal seemed to be inseparably related to each other under their mutual influence. That is, he sought the realization of Ideal while he didn’t forget Real in his own Ideal because he knew very well that forgetting his Real meant loosing his identity. Furthermore, his poetry shows a dialectical development that becomes a harmony of Real and Ideal by overcoming the conflict between them and by positively accepting the reality of the world. Finally, Yeats created a sublimated reality through internal conflicts of his Real and Ideal. Thus, this essay tries to show the change of reality in Yeats’ poems, which goes through a dialectical development, focusing on the relation between reality and imagination in his poetry.

4,200원

11

봄학술대회 논문 요약

이영석, John Cussen, 유배균

한국예이츠학회 한국 예이츠 저널 제8권 1998.05 pp.171-175

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4,000원

서평

Book Review

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한국예이츠학회 회칙 외

한국예이츠학회 한국 예이츠 저널 제8권 1998.05 pp.185-200

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4,900원

 
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