Through the analysis of Noh chun Myung’s first collective poems San Ho Rim’ with her life history, the authors wish to observe her selfawareness and poetic creativ process by psychoanalytic approaches. Noh，s incomplete selfimage resulted from childhood narcissistic injuries. These injuries were due to her birth destined to feminity, protracted measles at the age of 6，and loss of father at the age of 9, resulted in feminine inferiority, bisexual elements, and incomplete body-image. She made every effort to recover infantile omnipotence and completeness by poetic products as ‘Self-Portrait’, ‘Deer’, and ‘Ass’ etc. These efforts were associated with her endless loneliness. Another creative process was restoration of the lost objects, which expressed to unavoidable nostalgia, mourning process to parent loss, and eventually fantasy of utopia using revival of scenery of birth place. In addition, restoration fantasy of the lost object was mainly father’s fantasy. These poetic efforts overflowed from initial poem ‘Self-Portrait’ of 4San Ho Rim’ to last poem Birth Place’， which combined with perfection of poetic form and justice. Therefore she reached intrapsychic completeness and aesthetic pleasure.
廣天命의 創造的 克服過程