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경계(境界)의 또 다른 가능성 -시차(視差)적 관점으로 읽는 탈북자 시와 재일조선인 시

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Keywords
  • 시차적 관점
  • 경계
  • 중립
  • 이데올로기
  • 재일조선인
  • 실패
  • (불)가능성
  • 공포
  • 전회
  • 희극
Disciplines
  • Linguistics

Abstract

When the ‘boundary’ of border-violators’ literature is seen from a parallax view, it turns out that the ‘neutrality’ of the diasporic ‘discourse of boundary’ was an ideology. In literature by Korean residents in Japan, let us say, the ‘mother land,’ the ‘nation,’ and ‘North Korea’ individually are landscapes (im)possibly connected by opposite two viewpoints. For example, when a first view of North Korea (North Korea as a strange place) is folded by its opposite view (North Korea as a republic), the symmetric distance is lost that will make a neutrality between South and North Korea. In this case, a story about South Korea is a kind of Narcissism occurring when it is captured from the view of North Korea by Korean residents in Japan. The appeal to ‘national amity’ ignited within this view also functions as an ideology of neutrality injected by the republic. Given that it was the places of the subjectivity ideology where a non-ideological appeal to nation was intense, the novel border & landscape of literature by Korean residents in Japan are observed at the point where two impossible views of a subject are compatible. Because of this, this boundedness cannot appear in the space of ‘intersection’ where views of South and North are buffed as well as in the space of ‘difference’ wher

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