4 edition of A history of Korean literature found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 512-542) and index.Gift of the Korea Foundation.
|Statement||Cambridge University Press|
|Publishers||Cambridge University Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 127 p. :|
|Number of Pages||71|
|Introduction / -- Peter H. Lee Language, forms, prosody, and themes -- Ho-Min Sohn, -- Peter H. Lee From oral to written literature ; Hyangga ; Silla writings in Chinese ; Koryŏ songs ; Koryŏ writings in Chinese ; Early Chosŏn eulogies ; Early Chosŏn sijo ; Early Chosŏn kasa ; Late Chosŏn sijo ; Late Chosŏn kasa -- Peter H. Lee Chosŏn poetry in Chinese ; Chosŏn fiction in Chinese -- Kim Hŭnggyu Chosŏn fiction in Korean -- Kim Hŭnggyu, -- Peter H. Lee Pʾansori ; Fold drama -- Kim Hŭnggyu Literary criticism ; Early twentieth-century poetry -- Peter H. Lee Early twentieth-century fiction by men -- Kwŏn Yŏngmin Early twentieth-century fiction by women -- Carolyn So Late twentieth-century poetry by men -- Peter H. Lee Late twentieth-century poetry by women -- Kim Chŏngnan Late twentieth-century fiction by men -- Kwŏn Yŏngmin Late twentieth-century fiction by women -- Chʾoe Yun Literature of North Korea-- Kwŏn Yŏngmin.|
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Hyangga largely disappeared as a form of Korean literature, and " Goryeo gayo" : 고려가요, literally "Goryeo songs" became more popular. The lives of farmers were often depicted as pathetic. Because of all of the time apart after the Korean War, the dialect used in North Korea has become A history of Korean literature different from the dialect used in South Korea. The most representative plays are the sandae kuk genre of Yangju, the pyolsin kut of Hahoe, and the okwangdae nori five-actor play of Chinju.
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