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Receptive history of 'Cheo-Yong' story in "Sam-Guk-Yu-Sa"
- Receptive history of 'Cheo-Yong' story in "Sam-Guk-Yu-Sa"
- Chung S.
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- vol. 17, no. 12, pp. 6239 - 6245
- Sam-Guk-Yu-Sa; Cheo-Yong; Literary history education; Receptive history; Reconstruction of text; Story element
- International Information Institute Ltd.
- The critical concerns and contents of this article are as follows: First, 'Cheo-Yong-Rang-MangHae-Sa' is the one text which has completion. Therefore, the text's structure, theme, and meaning of the title were analyzed as a whole text. It was shown that the text is a story of efforts to solve the problems of Silla, of which the two keywords are 'Cheo-Yong' and 'Mang-Hae-Sa' From this, we can understand the meaning of the text's title. Second, research was carried out on 31 literature materials which have been handed down by tradition from the 14th to the 19th century by breaking up the text 'Cheo-Yong-Rang-Mang-Hae-Sa ' into 25 story elements. Through this. the aspects of transmission of 'Cheo-Yong-Rang-Mang-Hae-Sa' from the 14th to 19th century can be found. Namely, the story elements of 'Cheo-Yong-Rang-Mang-Hae-Sa' have been handed down more and more as the generations went by until now. Through this, a way of literary history education can be found. © 2014 International Information Institute.
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