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Healing Function of the Sijo "High Peak of Chullyoung"

시조 「철령 높은 봉」의 치유적 기능

  • Received : 2019.02.08
  • Accepted : 2019.04.15
  • Published : 2019.05.31

Abstract

Recently, interest in literary therapy has been increasing. However, sometimes reading therapy is called literary therapy. But if you want to be a literary therapist, you need to know about the feelings that literary texts convey. To this end, Park Inkwa has long studied the relationship between sentences and emotions that the human body ignites. This study was also done in the view that the human body is so inspired and cured by literary text. It was conducted on the Lee Hangbok's Sijo "High Peak of Chullyoung", as it is suitable to discuss the feelings of literary therapy. In this study, Emotions were causing a transference to the reader with grief, which told the effect of literary therapy. We hope that such research will continue and further develop the technique of literary therapy.

표 1. Emotion Codon에 나타난 ⌜철령 높은 봉⌟ 의 감정 1 Table 1. Emotion of “High Peak of Chullyoung” on the Emotion Codon 1

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표 2. Emotion Codon에 나타난 ⌜철령 높은 봉⌟ 의 감정 2 Table 2. Emotion of “High Peak of Chullyoung” on the Emotion Codon 2

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표 3. Emotion Codon에 나타난 ⌜철령 높은 봉⌟ 의 감정 3 Table 3. Emotion of “High Peak of Chullyoung” on the Emotion Codon 3

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