By Peter H. Lee
This accomplished narrative background of Korean literature presents crucial info for students and scholars in addition to others. Combining background and feedback, the research displays the newest scholarship and comprises an account of the advance of all genres. In 25 chapters, it covers twentieth-century poetry, fiction via girls, and the literature of North Korea. it is going to be an important contribution to the sphere and a examine that might stay for a few years the first source for learning Korean literature.
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Five plays). K˘umhwan, W˘olch˘on, Taemy˘on, Soktok, and Sanye, Ogi mentioned by Ch’oe Ch’iw˘on (b. 857) and recorded in SGSG 32:319. Mask dance play, popular along the Naktong River in ogwangdae Ky˘ongsang province, said to have originated at Pammari in Hapch’˘on. In this 5-act play, played by 5 actors, the target of satirical attack is a gentleman whose servant Malttugi, wearing the largest mask, jokes and dances to musical accompaniment. Designated an Intangible Cultural Asset in 1970. (Rare reunion of a couple).
B. 1942). Woman writer of feminist poetry and Ch’˘on Yangh˘ui essays. Ch˘on Y˘ongt’aek (1894–1967). Writer of ﬁction who was active in Christian education. (1908–85). Poet who went north and was active Cho Py˘ogam there. ). North Korean writer of poetry. Cho Py˘ongs˘ok (New funny story that loosens the hat strings). “Ch˘ory˘ong sinhwa” Story in the form of conversation between a scholar going to market and a scatterbrain going to Seoul that ridicules the changing social situation of the 1900s; serialized in Taehan minbo (Korea People’s Press, 14 October to 23 November 1909), signed by “An Idiot” Cho Seh˘ui (b.
Pen name of the author of K˘umsu chaep’an (Trials H˘umh˘umja of birds and beasts, 1910) in Korean. (Song of H˘ungbo). Also called Pak t’ary˘ong (Ballad of the H˘ungbo ka gourd), a p’ansori work redacted by Sin Chaehyo (1812–84). (Tale of H˘ungbu). P’ansori ﬁction about the good H˘ungbu ch˘on younger brother who was rewarded by heaven. (Correct sounds for teaching the people, hang˘ul). Hunmin ch˘ong˘um Korean alphabet promulgated by King Sejong (1418–50) on 9 October 1446. (Song of the ﬂower-adorned cake).
A history of Korean literature by Peter H. Lee