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Dogs & Cats: The New Companions of Korean Literature

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Data number
II00000154
Control number
LTI-P002-2021011-056-009
Title
Dogs & Cats: The New Companions of Korean Literature
SubTitle
KLN Vol. 46 Introduction to Literary Works
Keyword
Kim Keum Hee, SON BO-MI, Yun I-Hyeong, Bak Solmay, Hwang Jungeun, Dog, Cat, Social issue, Companion
Classification
Media · Publication > Korean Literature > Author
Language
English(English)
Item type
General document
Format
DOC Document
Call No. / Location
-
Descriptions - 2 Languages
  • English(English)
  • Korean(한국어)

KLN is published and distributed for the purpose of generating a discourse on Korean literature and introducing Korean writers and works to general readers and experts overseas. The theme of KLN Vol. 46 is Cats and Dogs in Korean Literature. Throughout the history of mankind, not to mention the history of arts and literature, animals have been a constant presence. The task of examining the significance of animals in Korean arts and literature—especially cats and dogs accompanying men in everyday life—has an important humanistic value. This issue explores depictions of cats and dogs in Korean literature.

한국문학 및 한국작가 등을 해외 일반인 및 전문가들에게 소개하고 한국문학에 대한 담론을 형성시키고자 제작, 배포하고 있는 KLN의 46호 주제는 ‘한국문학 속 개와 고양이’이다. 동물들은 인간의 역사 속에서, 또 문학을 비롯한 예술의 역사 속에서 인간과 늘 함께였다. 한국 문학 및 예술에 각인되어 있는 동물들. 특히 인간의 일상과 함께한다고 볼 수 있는 개와 고양이의 존재 의미를 살피는 일은 중요한 인문학적 가치로도 볼 수 있다. 체온을 나누는 존재로서의 개와 고양이가 우리 문학 속에서 어떻게 존재하는지 살펴보자.

Korea Open Government License

This work held by the Literature Translation Institute of Korea can be used under the conditions of the “Korea Open Government License (KOGL) Type 4: Source Indication, Commercial Use Prohibition, and Change Prohibition.” However, there may be additional restrictions against the use of photographic works, which are protected by copyright. Therefore please inquire before use.