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일본문학의 한국어번역에 관한 통사적 고찰

Title
일본문학의 한국어번역에 관한 통사적 고찰
Other Titles
History of Translation of Japanese Literary Works into Korean
Author
윤상인
Keywords
일본소설 한국어번역; 문화적 헤게모니; 타자화의 정치학; 반일감정; 하루키 열풍; translation of Japanese novel into Korea; cultural hegemony; politics of 'otherizing'; anti-Japanesesentiment; Murakami boom
Issue Date
2007-05
Publisher
가천대학교 아시아문화연구소
Citation
아시아문화연구, v. 12, Page. 151 - 173
Abstract
근대 이후 한국인에게 일본문학은 여러 얼굴을 지닌다. 개화기에는 외국문학의 하나로서 한국의 신문학 운동에 개입했고, 일제강점기에는 규범적 존재였으며, 해방 직후에는 적성 문화로서 배척의 대상이었고, 1990년대 이후는 가장 영향력있는 외국문학이 되었다. 이 논문에서는 타자화의 정치학이라는 시각에서 일본문학 소개에 관한 사실과 담론을 분석했다. What has been Japanese literature for Korean readers? A few Korean writers adopted modern Japanese Literature for modernization of Korean Literature more than half a century. At the first stage, Japanese novels had been translated or adapted into Korean from the late 19th century to 1910. But during the Japanese occupation of Korea, modern Japanese literature was normative one no longer a foreign literature. There was very few translations of Japanese novel and poetry in Japanese colonial rule, because most educated readers read Japanese literature in the original. After Syngman Rhee's stern anti-Japanese policies which prohibited the introduction of Japanese culture, Japanese novels translated into Korean appeared again in bookstores and gained popularity in 1960th. Many literary critics and writers who had sense of crisis due to the advance of Japanese novels were outspokenly critical of unethical characteristic of it. It is a matter of consequence that details of criticism of Japanese literature have been applied in the opposite direction to constitute ideal types of Korean post-liberation literature.
URI
http://www.dbpia.co.kr/journal/articleDetail?nodeId=NODE01164915&language=ko_KRhttps://repository.hanyang.ac.kr/handle/20.500.11754/107472
ISSN
1975-9150
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COLLEGE OF LANGUAGES & CULTURES[E](국제문화대학) > JAPANESE LANGUAGE & CULTURE(일본언어·문화학과) > Articles
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