• Twentieth Century Korean Literature

    U.S.A.
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    2005
    / Literature - Korean literature - Classics
    This volume offers essential information and a basic framework for understanding twentieth-century Korean literature. Growing out of a continuous tradition of over 2,000 years, twentieth-century...
  • Everlasting Empire

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    2002
    / Literature - Korean literature - Contemporary fiction
    In the 19th century during the Chosŏn Dynasty King Chŏngjo tries to reform the country, but conflicts and crises between politicians hamper his efforts. A fictional recreation of an historical event.
  • Dead Silence and Other Stories of the Jeju massacre

    U.S.A.
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    2007
    / Literature - Korean literature - Contemporary fiction
    The years 1945?1950 were turbulent times in Korea. Proponents of two very different ideologies were struggling for control of the country, and many innocent people were killed in the struggle. One of...
  • The Voice of the Governor General and Other Stories of Modern Korea

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    2002
    / Literature - Korean literature - Contemporary fiction
    From the children of a dwarf whose house is torn down by the government to a young man selling his blood for money, the first-person narrators of the stories collected in The Voice of the Governor-...
  • Cry of the Harp

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    2005
    / Literature - Korean literature - Contemporary fiction
    A collection of short stories and a memoir.
  • River of Life, River of Hope

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    2005
    / Literature - Korean literature - Contemporary poetry
    Pak Tu-jin is one of Korea?s most revered and influential modern poets. This Pak Tu-jin helped free modern Korean literature in the 1940s from its preoccupation with decadence and fashionable...
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