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A Study on Literature-Dialect
Reflected in

Yang, Bok-Soon
Advisor: Professor Kang, Hui-Suk
Department of Korean Language Education,
Graduate School of Education,
Chosun University

The written by Jo Jeong-Rae, is a novel of realism published in 1980s. It deals with ideological opposition for about five years from one day before Yeosu and Sunchon Uprising in 1948 since the Korean War. It has been extensively read and was adapted into a movie.
The reflects dialects of eastern area of Jeollanamdo sincerely, and this study examines phonological and morphological aspects of the literary dialects in a text of the .
Chapter 1 of the study introduces the purposes, history of research, subjects and methods and chapter 2 identifies the concept and function of literary dialects. When literary dialects are absorbed into literature, they complete realism in a novel and contribute to configuration of characters and regional identity.
Chapter 3 describes phonological features of Jeonnam dialects in the , which include umlaut, palatalization, vowel rising, vowel rounding, monothong vowels and diphthong. It is demonstrated that if umlaut conditions are satisfied in morphemes, that is, uninflected words, Chinese characters, inflected stems and adverbs, their productivity is active and less umlaut is realized at the boundary of morphemes. It has been known that palatalization began from dialects of Jeollanamdo and Gyeongsangdo and has been gradually expanded to northern area and this study focused on cases of giyeok>jiot, digeot>jiot, and hiot>siot in the . For vowel rising, we analysed cases of 'e>i, i>oui, and o>u ' and umlaut was found only within morphemes in . Vowel rounding for which ' ․ ' after a labial consonant of one syllable is changed into 'O' is actively realized in the . For the monothong vowels in the , cases of /j/ missing, such as 'kamun(kamyon), salmun(salmyon), and tamun(tamyon)' and cases of /w/ missing such as 'moe(muoe), and bara(bawra)' are found.
Chapter 4 categorizes morphological features of Jeonnam dialects in the into grammar and vocabulary to describe them efficiently. In an aspect of grammatical morphology, we analyse postpositions and endings in Jeonnam dialects in the . The propositions are sub-categorized into case propositions, additive propositions and conjunctive propositions to observe the aspects of realization. For the case propositions except comparative case, there is no special difference between standard language and dialects except a phonological phenomenon. And the following characterizations are found: 'i(iga)/ga' in the subjective case, '-ul/-rul' in the objective case, '-hunti' in the dative case, 'ega' in the genitive case, '-heogo' in the coordinated case, '-heogo/-rang, -manchi/-man, -bodam/-bodum, -mangki/-mangi, -gutten' in the comparative case, and '-a/-ya' in the vocative case. There is no significant difference in anxcillary words and the following characterizations are found: '-un/-nun' of themes, '-keojung/-keoji of contracting, -halla', '-do of as being expected', '-isa/-sa of emphasis', '-butum of departure from', '-madong' of being respective, 'sseok of similarity', and 'man of exclusiveness'. Connective propositions of '-heogo and -lang' corresponded to 'wa/gwa' of the standard language.
Meanwhile, endings in the are categorized into termination ending, connective ending and pre-final ending. In general, the termination ending represents grades of politeness markers and characterization of politeness markers in Jeonnam dialects is analysed according to grades of formal situations such as 'heossiyo style, huso style, and haera style' and infomral situations such as 'haerau style and hae style'. The connective endings are categorized into equal connective ending, subordinate connective ending and anxcillary connective ending. The equal connective endings in the are '-eunseo/-eumseo, -siro/-serong'. The subordinate endings are '-euimun,-eumsa' of conditioning, '-euinikke/-eungkke/-eungke' and '-kandi, and -nirago' of case and effects, '-derakdo, -jimanseodo of concession', '-deungma' of situation, 'eulago' of objective, '-dikki/-daekki' of similarity, and '-kekkereum' of contracting. For the anxcillary connective endings, '-ah, -ji, -jido, -hake' of the standard language are characterized into '-ya, -dul, -to, and -huny'. For the pre-final endings, '-ssi- and -sitt-' of politness, '-deu-' of recollection, '-yatt-, -yeot-' and '-gut-' of estimation are characterized.
In reference to the morphological vocabulary, this study examines single words and derivative words to identify productive reflection of Jeonnam dialects in the . '-jil, -meori, -daegari, -eki, -aji, -ari, -akji, -angku, -dangi, -taegi/ -tanggi/ -tanggu, -baegi/-banggi' as noun derivative suffixes having meanings of low standing, '-hada, and -kirida' as verb derivative suffixes, '-sirupda, -hada, -upta/ -eitta, -jida, -jigunhada, -jantta' as adjective derivative suffixes and '-ee, -hee, and -ke' as adverb derivative suffixes demonstrate active productivity through new combinations.
Based on the results above, chapter 5 demonstrates that the effectively describes suffering of the commoners and intellectuals under ideological conflicts through use of Jeonnam eastern dialects.
Alternative Title
A Study on Literature-Dialect Reflected in
Alternative Author(s)
Yang bok soon
교육대학원 국어교육
교육대학원 국어교육
Awarded Date
2009. 2
Table Of Contents

Ⅰ. 서 론 1
1. 연구목적 1
2. 연구사 2
3. 연구대상 및 방법 3

Ⅱ. 문학방언의 개념과 기능 7
1. 문학방언의 개념 7
2. 문학방언의 기능 7

Ⅲ. 태백산맥의 음운론 16
1. 전남방언의 구획 및 음운체계 16
2. 움라우트 18
3. 구개음화 26
4. 모음상승 30
5. 전설모음화 34
6. 원순모음화 36
7. 단모음화 37
8. 기타 38

Ⅳ.태백산맥의 형태론 41
1. 문법 형태 41
1.1 조사 41
1.2 어미 46
2. 어휘 형태 58
2.1 자립명사 58
2.2 의존명사 63
2.3 대명사 64
2.4 동사 66
2.5 형용사 68
2.6 보조용언 72
2.7 관형사 73
2.8 부사 73

Ⅴ. 결 론 77

참 고 문 헌 80
양복순. (2008). 에 반영된 문학방언 연구
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