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The Postman


Mun Dok-su is a leader of modernist Korean poets who represent freedom, consciousness and unconsciousness, environmentalism and visions of urban and technological life. His most recent landmark poem, The Postman, has become one of most controversial poems in Korea, revealing an experimental spirit. He strives for innovation, but reveals his populist appeal in the age of information technology.---from the Forward by Yearn Hong Choi Am I wrong to say that the octogenarian poet with the thirty-something literary boldness and passion strikes our sleepy poetic society with a bamboo stick like thirty-four year-old Eliot who woke up the English and American poetic society with The Waste Land?---Oh Se-young from his Commentary, Reified Life and Recovery of Humanism

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