• Creator
  • Yang Chu-dong
  • Created Date
  • 11/15/1946
  • Description
  • Well-known poet and linguist Yang Chu-dong (1903-1977) collected noted editorials, prose and poems during the Japanese occupation, and published in two volumes. Volume one contains Yi T'ae-jun's "Insa (The Human Affair)," an essay, Cho Chi-hun's "Sŭngmu (The Dance of a Buddhist Nun)," a poem, and Hyŏn Chin-gŏn's "Pulguksa Esŏ (In Pulguksa Temple)," a travel writing. Volume two contains sixty five compositions, including An Chae-hong's editoria... more
    Well-known poet and linguist Yang Chu-dong (1903-1977) collected noted editorials, prose and poems during the Japanese occupation, and published in two volumes. Volume one contains Yi T'ae-jun's "Insa (The Human Affair)," an essay, Cho Chi-hun's "Sŭngmu (The Dance of a Buddhist Nun)," a poem, and Hyŏn Chin-gŏn's "Pulguksa Esŏ (In Pulguksa Temple)," a travel writing. Volume two contains sixty five compositions, including An Chae-hong's editorial "Minjok munhwa ui chillo (Direction for the National Culture)" and Yi Pyŏng-ki's poem "Nanch'o (An orchid).". less
  • Format
  • text
    book
  • Rights
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