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滿洲文學의 형성과 ‘滿洲想像’ ― 文叢派와 藝文志派의 비교를 중심으로A Study on the Formation of Manchurian Literature and the ‘Manchurian Imagination’: Focused on the Comparison of ‘Wencong’ and ‘Yiwenzhi’ groups

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A Study on the Formation of Manchurian Literature and the ‘Manchurian Imagination’: Focused on the Comparison of ‘Wencong’ and ‘Yiwenzhi’ groups
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Manchurian Literature; characteristics of Manchurian literature; Manchurian Imagination; authors of Northeast China; Chinese authors in Manchuria
중국현대문학, no.89, pp 109 - 136
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Manchurian literature developed under a special historical background of war and colonial domination, and this had significant implications in the field of study of modern Chinese history, including Chinese modern literature history. However, despite the importance of Manchurian literature and its various cultural implications, the important historical mission of national liberation was put first, and the interest and the study of authors from Northeast China who moved out of Manchuria was actively carried out in the Chinese literary circles, while interest and research on authors of Northeast China who stayed in Manchuria remained relatively scarce. In addition, prejudice and misunderstanding of Manchurian literature caused by pro-Japanese political orientation in the works of some authors of Northeast China in Manchuria led to an alienation of Manchurian literature research, and the study of Manchuria literature was judged by the dichotomy of ‘anti-Japanese’ or ‘pro-Japanese’ over a long time. In order to overcome these problems, it is necessary to have a deep understanding of the formation and development process of Manchurian literature and its cultural implications. Based on the consciousness of this problem, this study aims to elevate the status and meaning of the Manchurian literature in the Chinese modern literature. Thus, this article analyzes the influence and role of the ‘5.4’ movement in the formation of the Manchurian literature, and explores how the Manchurian literature inherited the tradition of Chinese modern literature. Based on this, this paper will discuss the characteristics of Manchurian literature, which developed within a limited geographical space. It also takes a look back at the main issue of the debate between the ‘Yiwenzhi’ and the ‘Wencong’ groups, and find that the two groups of writers who aimed at different literary works eventually found a common ‘literary imagination’. In particular, if in previous research the focus was on the differences between ‘Yiwenzhi’ and ‘Wencong’ groups, this paper will seek to discover the common nature that exists within the larger framework of building and developing Manchurian literature beyond the differences between the two ostensible groups. Through these attempts, we will once again evaluate the value of Manchurian literature, which has not been evaluated objectively due to various prejudices, and present a new view of Manchurian literature.
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