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Jeong Ji-yong and Oh Jang-hwan


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Modern Korean poets Jeong Ji-yong and Oh Jang-hwan show us some similarity and difference as follows. (1) They were alumni of Hwimoon middle school in Seoul. Moreover, in the school Jeong was a teacher, Oh was his student and a young literature buff. (2) They were Modernist poets. Jeong seems to have connected with English Modernist Pound, but Oh showed an inclination toward French symbolists Baudelaire and Rimbaud. (3) They were ideological converts after the 1945 Liberation of Korea from Japan. Jeong remained a passive poet, but Oh became a literary man of action. (4) They were born in Choung-bouk provence. Jeong had a longing for his hometown, Okcheon, but Oh tried to forget his native place, Hoein. He was a child by a concubine. (5) They thought themselves the best poets(‘Si-wang’) in their days. Jeong can be evaluated the best poet in Korea before 1945. Oh also recognized poet Jeong as an 'Albatros'(Baudelaire, l’Albatros ), but after 1945 he thought himself as a 'crew' which laughed at the 'Albatros'.


1. ‘시왕’ 의식
 2. 휘문고보 사제 및 동문 관계: 모범생/중퇴생
 3. 모더니즘 시인: 영미계 모더니즘/대륙계 모더니즘
 4. 문학적 전향: 소극적 전향 시인/적극적 전향 문인
 5. 고향 의식: 고향 회귀성/탈고향성
 6. 시왕의 계보: ‘신천옹’ / ‘선원’


  • 박노균 Park, Noh-gyun. 충북대학교 국어교육과 교수


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