5 edition of Modern Korean Fiction found in the catalog.
July 8, 2005
by Columbia University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||408|
The Routledge Handbook of Modern Korean Literature provides a comprehensive overview of a Korean literary tradition, which is understood as a multifaceted nexus of practices, both homegrown and transnational. By introducing new conceptual paradigms to the field of modern Korean literature, this book will appeal to students and scholars of Author: Yoon Sun Yang. Bruce Fulton, general editor Many accomplished works of contemporary Korean fiction remain virtually unknown in the West. By publishing Korea's most widely read works in authoritative English translations, this series seeks to raise the profile of Korean literature and open a window on Korea's recent history and rapid modernization. The Red Room: Stories of Trauma.
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A new fifteen-volume series of Korean short stories was released in July featuring works by some of Korea's representative modern fiction authors. As bilingual editions, the volumes feature both the original Korean and translated English texts (photos courtesy of Asia Publishers). During this period, Korean fiction ceased to be a scarce item. However, it is difficult to single out works of fiction from this first stage, one reason being that the very conceptions of literature divided into "pure" and "class" orientations and, in a context where criticism and exculpation had collided, served to summon up the emotions of.
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This is an excellent anthology which shows the overall flow of modern Korean literature. (Modern Korean literature having begun in roughlygive or take a few years.) Before I start, two complaints: the transliteration, in particular of names, is noticeably dated - and, to be quite honest, makes the work hard to read/5.
He is coeditor of Words of Farewell: Stories by Korean Women Writers, Land of Exile: Contemporary Korean Fiction, and A Ready-Made Life: Early Masters of Modern Korean in Kwon is professor of Korean literature at Seoul National University. I ordered this book for my modern korean literature class and it was just what the teacher wanted.
All of the stories give an inside sight into the thinking and mid-set of the writers under japanese colonization. This is an amazing book for anyone interested in korean history and culture or even if you like to read.
It's refreshing:)/5(9). I enthusiastically recommend the Korean novel The Dwarf. A modern classic set in the industrial Korea of the s, The Dwarf is an imaginative cross between stark socio-political Modern Korean Fiction book and magical realism, used to deeply moving effect.
It has taken many years for the English translation to find a publisher and I hope it will be picked up by many readers, who will, I’m /5(7). Popular Modern Fiction Books. This anthology includes the finest translations available of representative works in all the major genres, including poetry, fiction, essays, and drama.
Readers will gain a clear sense of the development of twentieth-century Korean literature and a vivid impression of the resilience, strength, and tenacity of modern Korean writers. Shin has also said that the book—which sold 10 million copies in Korea alone—deals with the Korean concept of han, which is sometimes translated in English as “a feeling of sorrow and.
Modern Korean Fiction Many accomplished works of contemporary Korean fiction remain virtually unknown in the West. By publishing Korea’s most widely read works in authoritative English translations, this series seeks to raise the profile of Korean literature and open a window on Korea’s recent history and rapid modernization.
Ten Works of Contemporary Korean Literature in Translation. Despite Maureen Corrigan’s rather nasty NPR review of Korean author Kyung-sook Shin’s Stateside debut, Please Look After Mom—her phrase “cheap consolations of kimchee-scented Kleenex fiction” caused particular affront—Mom became a major bestseller.
In a stroke of well-deserved. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Modern Korean Fiction. Seoul, Korea: Korean Culture & Arts Foundation, © (OCoLC) Document Type. SELECTED READINGS IN MODERN KOREAN FICTION Selected Readings in Modern Korean Fiction in English Translation Bruce Fulton Seoul National University PhD candidate This is a partial, annotated list of modern Korean fiction in English translation.
Criteria for inclusion are importance of the original work, excellence of the translation, or both File Size: KB.
Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: Presenting stories from neglected female, North Korean, and wolbuk writers (those who migrated to the North after and whose works were widely banned in South Korea) and by bringing politically engaged works together with experimental ones, this anthology articulates the ruptures and.
Modern Korean Fiction illustrates the power and diversity of Korean short fiction. Note: Bruce Fulton's later anthology Waxen Wings is also excellent, but has half as many stories.
Other anthologies mostly cover shorter periods, writing by women (who are represented by four stories here) or specialist topics. : Modern Korean Fiction: An Anthology () by Fulton, Bruce and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(46).
For “modern” fiction dealing with the colonial era, I’d have chosen Yi Kwang-Su’s The Soil, warning the reader that it is a bit melodramatic and full of unlikely coincidences — a literary predecessor, in fact, to the Korean television dramas so popular today.
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Modern Korean Fiction: An Anthology by Bruce Fulton (K) Review Korean Quarterly. Book Description. To represent the past century of Korean fiction, this definitive collection extends beyond familiar writers, challenges cultural norms, and crosses political borders.
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First published init Free shipping over $ By Charles Montgomery. The BLARB Korea Blog is currently featuring selections from The Explorer’s History of Korean Fiction in Translation, Charles Montgomery’s book-in-progress that attempts to provide a concise history and understanding of Korean literature as represented in translation.
You can find links to previous selections at the end of the post.