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This thesis tends to analyze correlation and it's periodic implication between representation of disease and discourse of generation in Choi Meyng-ick's novels. This thesis which has such a purpose selected three texts--{Paradox}, {A ripple of spilit}, {A person of lungfish} as concentrative analytic object. The argument of this thesis which has such a purpose as follows. The motifs of disease in Choi Meyng-ick's novels which writed concentratively in the period around the Chinese-japanese War showed the aspects of repetition compulsion. Choi Meyng-ick's novels which writed concentratively in the period around the Chinese-japanese War appears to restrict to oppression and burden of the discourse of generation and discourse of overcome of modern which played an important role in the discourse fields of the later colonial period represented as 'a dark period'. Three works which was selected as concentrative analytic object was the his fictitious record and confession to the the discourse of generation. This thesis confirmed that the discourse of generation which formed the basic schema of three works mobilized allegory.