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이 글은 이공본풀이계 서사체의 서사전개 양상과 공간 의미에 대해 살펴보았다. 우선 이공본풀이계 서사체는 3명의 주인공이 순차적으로 부각되면서 이야기를 형성하고 있음을 밝혔다. 사라도령이 천상의 부름을 받고 떠나는 제1노정기, 원강암이 장자로부터 고통받는 수난기, 할락궁이 아버지를 찾아 탈출하여 길을 떠나는 제2노정기 그리고 세 주인공이 함께 신으로 상승되는 좌정기로 나누었다.다음으로 이공본풀이계 서사체의 공간 의미에 대해 세 가지로 나누어 살펴보았다. 첫째, 선악의 공간인데 장자의 집은 악의 공간으로, 서천꽃밭은 선의 공간으로, 사라수대왕의 궁은 현실계의 가치중립적 공간으로 설정하였다.둘째, 공간이동 경로에 따라 두 계열로 나누었는데 이를 통해 비현실계로서의 서천꽃밭은 신의 공간이면서 동시에 현실계의 인간이 도달할 수 있는 공간임을 알 수가 있었다.셋째, 서천은 생명의 공간이기도 하다. 이렇게 꽃과 인간의 생명을 관련지어 생각한 것은 우리의 오랜 사유체계 속에 잠재되어 있었던 것으로 보았다.


Inquiring of Spatial Meaning and Unfolding the Egongonpuri Narrative Style Kim, Chang-Il* This study focuses on the spatial and narrative style of the Egongonpuri type. First of all the narrative consists of 3 main characters to make up the story. SaraDoryung receives his calling from heaven and starts the first journey period. WonKangAm during the ordeal period being persecuted by JangJa. HalRakGung who starts out to look for his father makes up the second journey period. And finally all three of the main characters make up the ascension into heaven period(to become a divine being). All of these sections are combined to make up the story. This is called linking through episodes. Not only do SarasuDaewang, WonangBuyin, AhnrakGuk divide the unfolding of the story, but also, depending on whom the focus is on, the theme of the story differs. Focusing on the life of SarasuDaewang, the theme becomes the previous life of Buddha. Focusing on WonangBuyin, the theme becomes the hardship and sacrifices of women. Focusing on AhnrakGuk the theme becomes the life of a hero. Next this study looks at the spatial meaning of the Egongonpuri narrative style by dividing it into three parts. The first of good versus evil, with the house of JangJa being the setting for evil, the Seocheon flower garden being the setting for good, and the SaraSuDaeWang( SaraSu the great king)s palace set as the neutral ground of the real world. The second division can be made by examining the spatial movement. Here the Seocheon flower garden becomes both the setting for divine beings while at the same time it becomes a setting where mortals also can arrive at. The third division can be made by thinking of Seocheon as the setting for  Life.  How the lives of humans are linked in the subconscious with flowers is shown here through many examples.


Inquiring of Spatial Meaning and Unfolding the Egongonpuri Narrative Style Kim, Chang-Il* This study focuses on the spatial and narrative style of the Egongonpuri type. First of all the narrative consists of 3 main characters to make up the story. SaraDoryung receives his calling from heaven and starts the first journey period. WonKangAm during the ordeal period being persecuted by JangJa. HalRakGung who starts out to look for his father makes up the second journey period. And finally all three of the main characters make up the ascension into heaven period(to become a divine being). All of these sections are combined to make up the story. This is called linking through episodes. Not only do SarasuDaewang, WonangBuyin, AhnrakGuk divide the unfolding of the story, but also, depending on whom the focus is on, the theme of the story differs. Focusing on the life of SarasuDaewang, the theme becomes the previous life of Buddha. Focusing on WonangBuyin, the theme becomes the hardship and sacrifices of women. Focusing on AhnrakGuk the theme becomes the life of a hero. Next this study looks at the spatial meaning of the Egongonpuri narrative style by dividing it into three parts. The first of good versus evil, with the house of JangJa being the setting for evil, the Seocheon flower garden being the setting for good, and the SaraSuDaeWang( SaraSu the great king)s palace set as the neutral ground of the real world. The second division can be made by examining the spatial movement. Here the Seocheon flower garden becomes both the setting for divine beings while at the same time it becomes a setting where mortals also can arrive at. The third division can be made by thinking of Seocheon as the setting for  Life.  How the lives of humans are linked in the subconscious with flowers is shown here through many examples.