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< 상사 뱀설화 > 의 구조분석과 의미연구

Title
< 상사 뱀설화 > 의 구조분석과 의미연구
Other Titles
A Study of SANGSA-BAEM ( lovesick serpent ) Myth
Author
김용덕
Issue Date
2000-12
Publisher
한국언어문화학회
Citation
한국언어문화, v. 18, no. 0, page. 351-381
Abstract
This paper on the sangsa-baem (lovesick serpent) myth is intended to be a preliminary report of my ongoing research on the serpent myths in general. According to the sangsa-baem myth, the ghosts of those who die of lovesickness (particularly the one caused by the miseries of unrequited love) are reincarnated into serpents and attempt to revenge themselves on those who made them suffer the illness that led to their death. The following is the basic structure of the myth: (1) One man or woman falls in love with some woman or man and suffers lovesickness. (2) He or she dies of lovesickness and is reincarnated as a serpent. (3) The serpent tries to revenge itself on him or her who caused its suffering from the agony of unreciprocated love. (4) The serpent takes its revenge by killing him or her; or it leaves him or her after it is healed of the illness by, for example, a gut, a ritual by a shaman healer. During the course of this research, I came across a piece of material that shows the structure of the sangsa-baem myth together with the gureong-deongdeong-sin-seonbi myth, which I consider very important in explaining the relation between the two myths.
URI
https://repository.hanyang.ac.kr/handle/20.500.11754/158680
ISSN
1598-1576
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