Recently, I published literary books called Literature and Mathematics I and II. Some contents of this article are partly extracted in these books. After extracting some parts, they are newly revised, and I here try to reproduce them by adding new ideas. In Section 2, I will look for the Yi Sang’s number ‘4’ encrypted in his early novel “A Darkroom of a Map” and deadly essay “A Few Excuses and Clarifications”. In the section 3, I examine the symmetrical structure of the numbers that are common to his following two poems, the “Three Dimensional Angles’ Design” and the “Architectural Infinite Six Faces and Angles’ Object”. In the section 4, various variations of the number ‘4’ will be investigated. The section 5 is consisted of three items, more clearly, I firstly look over the pictorial image of the butterfly inserted in the works of Yi Sang. Secondly, I will try to reinterpret it by either revising or supplementing my previous analysis 1 published in 2002 for his early poetry “Scenes of Debris” and “Game Playing of ▽”, in particular, I will find the new symbolic images of signs such as △ and ▽ there by latent semantic analysis. Thirdly, I will search for other imagery shapes that have been latent in his famous essay “Mountain Village’s Meaning”. Finally, in the section 6, a mathematical form for “Architectural Infinite Six Faces and Angles’ Object” will be implemented, based on both the first two lines in the poem “Au Magasin de Nouveautes” (published in July 1932) and the “enlargement model of the uterus” in his deadly essay “A Few Excuses and Clarifications” (written in November 1932).

1. ｢얼마 안되는 변해｣에 서술된 수학의 의미는?

2. ｢지도의 암실｣에 잠재된 수를 찾아서

3. 이상의 창작품에 나타난 수와 대칭구조

4. 이상의 수 ‘4’의 다양한 베리에이션

5. 이상의 창작품에 기술된 형상화이미지

6. ‘무한육면각체’의 형상화이미지는?

7. 끝맺음