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A Study on the Narrative Form of InwardnessFocusing on the prostitution motif in Korean modern novels of the 1920s to the 1930sRoh, Ji-seungThis study attempts to elucidating the ralation between the narrative form of the Inwardness and prostitution motif focusing on Korean modern novels. The prostitution motifs which frequently appear in Korean modern novels are the products of the modern sexual desire. In modernization of Korea, this sexual desire are organized diffrently with the former times. This change is based on the reconstruction of domestic sphere, wihch give rise to Oedipus complex, voyeurism. Because the guilt feeling about Oedipus complex make women divide prostitute between faithful woman, in narrative form, these sexual desires ars represented as prostitution motif. As long as in civilized society, the modern self-identity is founded on sexual restraint, these prostitution motifs is also products of the modern self-identity. In korean modern novels, prostitution motifs are diverged into three direction. First, especially in early 20s novels, so called confessional novels, the prostitution motifs expopse the male agony that his love must have another lover. This agony is expressed through narcissism. The second direction is prostitution motifs of country women. The country which is far from civilized society, is symbolized as nature. The Prostitution motifs of country women is depicted as animal instinct or a sexual sale which cannot present guilt feeling. The third direction which is mainly appeared in 30s novels, taking with the growth of city, this prostitution motifs is imaged as urban manners. The modernists depicted the moden girls as unfaithful women in the view of observer 攀접수일자: 2003. 4. 20심사기간: 2003. 5. 26-5. 28게재결정: 2003. 5. 30攀攀