4 edition of Hanguk Hyondae Munhak Chonjip found in the catalog.
Text chiefly in Korean; some in Sino-KoreanIncludes 20th century mainstream authorsCriticism and biographical chronology at end of each volume
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|Pagination||xvi, 123 p. :|
|Number of Pages||85|
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"Eroticism and Buddhism in Han Yongun's Your Silence. "Literary Translation: A Linguistic Overview. "Korean Poetry in Distinctive Chinese Style during the Early Choson Period. " Ming Qing Yanjiu 1997 : 125-148. "Confucianism in Classical Korean Literature. " Korean Studies 17 1993 : 92-104. "A Neo-Confucian View of Literature: Kim Ch'unt'aek's Comments on the 'Namjong-ki.
Pusan, Republic of Korea: Pusan University of Foreign Studies, 2003. "The Translation of Korean Literature: Problems and Achievements. " Tamkang Review 18:1-4 Autumn 1987-Summer 1988 : 343-350. When the rice plants dance, Hanguk Hyondae Munhak Chonjip they take their leave.
That has been possible because, although he views those things from a Realistic viewpoint, he does not simply denounce them or turn them into abstractions through brutal applications of ideology; instead, he has been able to give them an inner reflection based on the objective correlative, thanks to his gifts of literary imagination and his talents as a craftsman.
Assistance with locating funding for research, tuition, travel, and other graduate school-related expenses. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003.
"Han Yong-un: His Life, Religion, Poetry. Cherishing you, caressing your flesh, bodies growing warm: our love sees even better with closed eyes! Korean Studies: New Pacific Currents. Eugene Kim and Doretha E. "Translation Literature and Translator: Issues Involved in Opening Up Medieval Korean Literature. " Korea Journal 14:1 January 1974 : 41-45.
Judy Wakabayashi and Rita Kothari.
"Women's Literature in the Choson Period: Han and the Songs of Women.
Myths and Legends from Korea: An Annotated Compendium of Ancient and Modern Materials.