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Shakespeare, Donne, Milton의 Sonnets의 比較 分析

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The Comparative Analysis of the Sonnets of Shakespeare, Donne, and Milton
Abstract
Shakespeare의 Sonnet의 構造는, 大體的으로 詩의 主題를 中心으로 發展되어 나감에 따라, 그 主題를 Image를 通하여 反復, 實例를 通한 說明, 再强調, 警句와 같은 Couplet으로 끝난다. 平易한 日常生活속에서 나오면서도 자유분방한 Image를 엮어서 美의 永遠化, 사랑의 偶像化의 主題가 이루어진다.

Donne은 Sonnet의 構造가 命題, 反命題, 綜合命題가 이루어지고, 그의 Metaphysical attitude는 Holy Sonnets에서도 作用되어, 聖徒Donne의 참된 自我를 이룩하려는 葛藤의 大主題가 펴나간다.

Milton은 Italian Form을 잘 理解하고 發展시킨것이며, 詩를 이끌어 나가는 Style은 平易하며 直接的이다. 그의 主題는 Donne과는 달리, 多樣해서 信仰以外의 여러가지가 담겨져 있다.
The structure of Shakespeare's sonnets gives a progressive movement, repeating, illustrating, reinforcing the theme, and ending with an aphoristical couplet. His poetie development depends upon modesty, good sense and intelligence. His images form a rich carpet of suggestion, a tefxture of reiterated but varied persuasion, although they are plain, clear, and liberal. The main themes of the sonnets are the eternity of beauty and idolatry of love.

Donne's sonnets, however, tend to follow the structure of thesis, antithesis, and synthesis. His metaphysical attitude still affects his Holy Sonnets. His main theme lies in his true self as a sincere Christian.

Molton's sonnet form follows and cultivates the Italian form. The style is plain and direct, but his themes are variant; Milton's love of freedom, his belief in voluntary association, impatience with religious intolerance, and praise of distinguished men in religion and leadership.
The structure of Shakespeare's sonnets gives a progressive movement, repeating, illustrating, reinforcing the theme, and ending with an aphoristical couplet. His poetie development depends upon modesty, good sense and intelligence. His images form a rich carpet of suggestion, a tefxture of reiterated but varied persuasion, although they are plain, clear, and liberal. The main themes of the sonnets are the eternity of beauty and idolatry of love.

Donne's sonnets, however, tend to follow the structure of thesis, antithesis, and synthesis. His metaphysical attitude still affects his Holy Sonnets. His main theme lies in his true self as a sincere Christian.

Molton's sonnet form follows and cultivates the Italian form. The style is plain and direct, but his themes are variant; Milton's love of freedom, his belief in voluntary association, impatience with religious intolerance, and praise of distinguished men in religion and leadership.
Author(s)
朴世根
Issued Date
1979
Type
Research Laboratory
URI
https://oak.ulsan.ac.kr/handle/2021.oak/5087
http://ulsan.dcollection.net/jsp/common/DcLoOrgPer.jsp?sItemId=000002025548
Alternative Author(s)
Park, Se-Keun
Publisher
연구논문집
Language
kor
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Citation Volume
10
Citation Number
2
Citation Start Page
153
Citation End Page
163
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