초록 close

Park, Seung-hee, 2007, A Study on ‘Tone’ and ‘Typicality’ Shown in Early Modern Poems, URIMALGEUL: The Korean Language and Literature 39, pp.339~362. This study investigated the issues of tone and typicality (set pattern) appeared in early modern poems. When the existing experiences for traditional genre and the appearance of new verse type formed the complicated poetic styles in early modern period, the poets in early modern literature thought of new verse forms. Among them, the awareness of poetic ‘tone’ and typicality had significant meaning with regards to the direction of modern poetry. First of all, Choi Nam-seon suggested free poetic forms by escaping from tone; however, minimal poetic regularity was suggested in it in the name of ‘tone’. In addition, Kim Eok controlled the loss of poetic identity of free verse through the poetics on tone and suggested poetic rules of versification for new Joseon's free verse. Such attempt for poetic forms was sincere concern about what Joseon's poetic forms would be in the process of forming free verse. As a result, a new poetic form that was discriminated from traditional types and pursued typicality signifying individualized formal regularity has appeared. (Yeungnam University)