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Poetic Dialogue from the Periphery of World Literature: Goethe's Faust and the Korean Novel Kumo-shinwha
A short but cardinal passage of Goethe's Faust is the rhymed dialogue between Faust and Helen at their first encounter: the depiction of the very idealistic encounter consists of the process by which the ancient Greek mythical figure Helen learns about the difference and charm of the German poetic language, as well as its formal practices explained and guided by Faust. This passage is not only a description of the meeting of Helen and Faust but also, at the same time, verses on poetry anddoi:10.12697/il.2018.23.2.8 fatcat:m6php5oaprcujn3umrgbcxtqjy