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回想의 詩

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Poetry of Recollection
Abstract
Wordsworth는 동일한 素材를 여러 作品에 걸쳐 취급하는 경향이 있다. Lucy poems와 Matthew poems가 그 좋은 보기이다. 本 論文에서 分析한 "I wandered lonely...", "Tintern Abbey Lines", "Immortality Ode", "Elegiac Stanzas " 이상 네 편의 詩는 모두 "回想된 情緖"를 詩의 素材 및 構成原理로 다룬 作品들이다. 이들 作品에는 모두 回想된 過去와 回想하는 現在의 두 時間이 共存한다. 이 중에서 "I wandered lonely..."는 그의 詩觀과 詩作科程의 설명이 포함되어 있어 그의 詩世界를 이해하는 關鍵이라 할 정도로 중요한 作品이다.

本 論文에서 필자는 "I wandered lonely..."를 分析하여 回想의 詩的 意義를 규명하고, 同一한 主題-즉 喪失과 報償-를 다룬 나머지 세 작품에서 그의 自然觀과 人生觀의 變貌를 더듬어 보았다. " Tintern Abbey Lines"에서는 自然愛의 報償에 대한 信念이 지배적이지만, 그 이면에는 항상 疑惑이 도사리고 있었다. " Immotality Ode"에서는 前生神話와 回想理論을 이용하여 그의 精神的 危機를 설명하는데 보편적 근거를 제공하였으며, 빛?? 이미지를 일관성 있게 사용하여 詩의 unity를 부여하였다. 특히 "embers"의 이미지를 효과적으로 사용함으로써 喪失한 vision과 自然親和의 회복을 이야기했다. 그러나 "Elegiac Stanzas"에서는 이전의 vision을 부정하고 견인불발의 용기와 인내를 삶의 조건으로 받아들이는 태도가 나타나 있다. 이들 작품을 읽을 때 가장 중요한 것은 自然物의 이미지와 回想의 詩的 意義를 이해하는 것이다.
In such cycles of poetical works as Lucy and Matthew poems, Wordsworth dealt with single subjects from various aspects. The four poems which I discussed in this paper, "I wandered lonely...", "Tintern Abbey Lines", "Immortality Ode", and "Elegiac Stanzas", all deal with "emotions recollected in tranquility." In these poems are shown the two moments in time-the moment of actual observation and that of recollection. Especially the first poem is very important as a key to the understanding of Wordsworth's poetic world in that it contains both his view of poetry and an explanation of the processes of his poetic composition.

In this paper I tried to find out the significance of recollection in his poetry by analysing the poem about daffodils, and traced the change in his view of man and nature in the other three poems which deals with the same subject, that is, the themes of loss and gain originating from his love of nature. In "Tintern Abbey Lines", we can find his firm belief in nature's recompense but there is a pervasive sense of perplexity underlying this apparent belief. In "Immortality Ode" Wordsworth used the theory of recollection from pre-existence in order to explain the nature of his spiritual crisis and to regain his love of nature,, He used images of light quite consistently, explaining that his lost vision could be recovered from the "embers" lying within him. But in "Elegiac Stanzas" he denied his former vision and accepted "fortitude" and "cheerful patience" as his conditions of life. In conclusion, I could see that the proper understanding of his nature images and the significance of recollection was most important in understanding both his poetic world and the structure of his poems.
In such cycles of poetical works as Lucy and Matthew poems, Wordsworth dealt with single subjects from various aspects. The four poems which I discussed in this paper, "I wandered lonely...", "Tintern Abbey Lines", "Immortality Ode", and "Elegiac Stanzas", all deal with "emotions recollected in tranquility." In these poems are shown the two moments in time-the moment of actual observation and that of recollection. Especially the first poem is very important as a key to the understanding of Wordsworth's poetic world in that it contains both his view of poetry and an explanation of the processes of his poetic composition.

In this paper I tried to find out the significance of recollection in his poetry by analysing the poem about daffodils, and traced the change in his view of man and nature in the other three poems which deals with the same subject, that is, the themes of loss and gain originating from his love of nature. In "Tintern Abbey Lines", we can find his firm belief in nature's recompense but there is a pervasive sense of perplexity underlying this apparent belief. In "Immortality Ode" Wordsworth used the theory of recollection from pre-existence in order to explain the nature of his spiritual crisis and to regain his love of nature,, He used images of light quite consistently, explaining that his lost vision could be recovered from the "embers" lying within him. But in "Elegiac Stanzas" he denied his former vision and accepted "fortitude" and "cheerful patience" as his conditions of life. In conclusion, I could see that the proper understanding of his nature images and the significance of recollection was most important in understanding both his poetic world and the structure of his poems.
Author(s)
朴柄熙
Issued Date
1982
Type
Research Laboratory
URI
https://oak.ulsan.ac.kr/handle/2021.oak/4860
http://ulsan.dcollection.net/jsp/common/DcLoOrgPer.jsp?sItemId=000002025125
Alternative Author(s)
Park,Pyung Hui
Publisher
연구논문집
Language
kor
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Citation Volume
13
Citation Number
1
Citation Start Page
213
Citation End Page
226
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