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Literary Physiology of an Emotional Ratio Using Sijo

시조를 활용한 감정 비율의 문학생리학

  • Park, Inkwa (Dept. of Korean Language and Literature, Korea University)
  • 박인과 (고려대학교 국어국문학과)
  • Received : 2019.03.03
  • Accepted : 2019.04.24
  • Published : 2019.05.31

Abstract

Does the healing of life lead to a grave, or can death heal life? The healing in life exists in the emotional circuit of the space of life. So what kind of space does healing in death exist? For now, healing in death exists beyond life. Imje (林悌, 1549-1587) is famous for reciting Sadness Sijo in his beloved Hwang Jin-yi's Grave. For the Literature Therapy, this time we're trying to code the Emotions of Sijo "The Valley Which is Covered With Blue Grass", which Imje is said to have recited in the Hwang Jin-yi's Grave. This Sijo sings the love of Sadness such as Love and Death, Grave and Sadness. That is, how fuse human Emotions, which are caused by conflicting concepts of love and pain or love and separation. Imje's Sijo fuses signifiers such as Grave, Love and Sadness to code 'The Transience of Human Life.' This 'The Transience of Human Life' is a function of this Sijo's Literature Therapy. 'The Transience of Human Life' has a role of healing that relaxes the human body. With the Literature Therapy in place like this, no matter how painful life is, we have some leeway. This is because the sadness of 'The Transience of Human Life' delivered by Sijo conveys the effect of the Literature Therapy, which contemplate and tolerate the entire life. We look forward to continuing this research and achieving Emotion Coding for new life.

표 1. 초장의 감정 코딩 Table 1. Emotion Coding of the First Line

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표 3. 종장의 감정 코딩 Table 3. Emotion Coding of the Last Line

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표 2. 중장의 감정 코딩 Table 2. Emotion Coding of the Second Line

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표 4. 감정들의 융합 Table 4. The Fusion of Emotions

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표 5. 감정들의 반복 융합 1 Table 5. The Repetition Fusion of emotions 1

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표 6. 감정들의 반복 융합 2 Table 6. The Repetition Fusion of emotions 2

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