A history of Korean literature by Peter H. Lee

By Peter H. Lee

This complete narrative heritage of Korean literature offers crucial details for students and scholars in addition to others. Combining heritage and feedback, the learn displays the newest scholarship and contains an account of the improvement of all genres. In 25 chapters, it covers twentieth-century poetry, fiction through girls, and the literature of North Korea. it is going to be an enormous contribution to the sphere and a examine that may stay for a few years the first source for learning Korean literature.

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Kut . Shamanist ritual, or any spectacle worth seeing. Kuun ki (Record of nine clouds). Revised and expanded version of Dream of Nine Clouds in Chinese. (Song of a widow). Anonymous kasa in Korean about a “Kwabu ka” 14-year-old girl who loses her husband 15 days after marriage and spends her life in loneliness and sorrow. Kwak Y˘o (1058–1130). Kory˘o writer who befriended Yejong when he was heir apparent; after he became king, Yejong often visited Kwak so they could enjoy poetry together. (d. 660).

Woman writer of fiction who dealt with husband – wife relations and unconventional women. (1904–61). Master singer of p’ansori who was designated Im Pangul a Human Cultural Asset. (1601–73). Writer of the kasa “Moktong mundap ka” Im Yuhu (Song of the cowherd). Inmun p’y˘ongnon (Criticism of humanity, October 1939 – April 1941). Journal sponsored by the colonial government and edited by Ch’oe Chaes˘o (1908–64). (1206–89). Monk of the Meditation school and compiler of Iry˘on Samguk yusa (Memorabilia of the Three Kingdoms, 1285), which records the texts of 14 hyangga in hyangch’al orthography.

Venus, 1923–24). Poetry journal issued by Korean students K˘ums˘ong attending Waseda University in Tokyo that folded after 3 issues in January 1924; included original works and translations from Western poetry. (National literature, November 1941 to February Kungmin munhak 1945). Japanese-sponsored journal edited by Ch’oe Chaes˘o and published both in Korean and Japanese at first, but after 1942 only in Japanese (as Kokumin bungaku). Some Korean writers published their works in Korean and Japanese.

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