Listening to Korea; a Korean anthology. Edited by Marshall R. Pihl.


New York, Praeger [1973] .

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Subjects English prose literature -- Translations from Korean.
Korea -- Civilization -- Literary collections.
Korea -- History.
Korean prose literature -- Translations into English.
Description xxiii, 249 p. map. 21 cm.
Contents Historical background.--Lee, K. The March first movement.--Lee, H. Recollections of the Korean Language Society incident.--Koh, B. The attitude of Koreans toward Japan.--The emergence of the Korean press.--Chang, C. My life with magazines.--Pak, T. The poet's choice: expression or silence.--Partition, war, and recovery.--Chun, K. Kapitan Lee.--Kim, U. As rain falls on the Soyang River.--Yi, P. A stray bullet.--Rustic traditions and urbanization.--Kim, S. Seoul, 1964: winter.--Oh, Y. Nami and the taffyman.--Korean attitudes toward age.--Kim, T. The flowers.--Yi, Y. On growing old.--Kim, H. The dark later years.--Traditional and modern criticism.--Kim, Y. On Korean entrepreneurship.--Hahm, P. Law to the Korean.
Geographic Area Korea
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00601497
(OCoLC)601497
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