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by So Chong Ju,An Sonjae

eBook The Early Lyrics 1941-1960: Poems by So Chong Ju (Cornell East Asia Series) ePub
Author: So Chong Ju,An Sonjae
Language: English
ISBN: 1885445903
ISBN13: 978-1885445902
Publisher: Cornell University - Cornell East Asia Series (April 30, 2011)
Pages: 304
Category: Humanities
Subcategory: Other
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SO CHONG-JU, also known by the penname Midang, was born in Sonum village in the North Cholla Province of Korea, in 1915. His first poems were published in the late 1930s; his first collection of poems dates from 1941.

SO CHONG-JU, also known by the penname Midang, was born in Sonum village in the North Cholla Province of Korea, in 1915. The present volume contains the complete poems of his first four collections, on which his reputation as Korea's leading living poet largely rests. He has published many volumes of poetry, as well as poems published separately.

The Early Lyrics 1941-1960 : Poems (Cornell East Asia Series). Other books in this series

The Early Lyrics 1941-1960 : Poems (Cornell East Asia Series). Other books in this series. A Handbook to Classical Japanese. one volume of collected poems all poetry lovers should read this year. Korean Quarterly show more. He has pu So Chong-Ju, also known by the penname Midang, was born in Sonum village in the North Cholla Province of Korea, in 1915.

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Early Lyrics 1941-1960, The Poems by SO Chong-Ju (Midang) (bilingual) Translated and .

Early Lyrics 1941-1960, The Poems by SO Chong-Ju (Midang) (bilingual) Translated and Introduced by Brother Anthony o. .htm ). Poems of a Wanderer by Midang So Chong-Ju, Chongju So, Kevin O'Rourke (Translator), Chong-Ju So. 1995. The Early Lyrics of So Chong Ju by Midang, Anthony of Taize (Translator).

Seo Jeong-ju's early works were modernistic and also surrealistic, influenced mostly by.The book explores humanity's feelings of guilt and folklore.

Seo Jeong-ju's early works were modernistic and also surrealistic, influenced mostly by foreign literature. His first collection of poems, Wha-Sa Jip (Flower snake), was published in 1941. His poem Jahwasang (Portrait) describes a young poet whose desire to learn was interrupted by Imperial Japan in 1910.

The Early Lyrics 1941-1960: Poems by So Chong-Ju, transl. by Brother Anthony of Taizé. Cornell East Asia Series, 90. Ithaca: East Asia Program, Cornell University, and Seoul: DapGae, 1998. that Midang made an indelible impression on the Korean reading public with his iconoclastic, new voice.

April 1998, Cornell Univ East Asia Program.

So Chong Ju. The Early Lyrics, 1941-1960 (Cornell East Asia, Vol. 90) (Cornell East. April 1998, Cornell Univ East Asia Program. Paperback in English.

3. Midang: So Chong Ju: the early lyrics, 1941 - 1960. In the Unesco Collection of Representative works, Korean series. So Chong Ju, translated by Brother Anthony Teague of Taize. Published by Forest Books, London (1993). ISBN 10: 1856100251 ISBN 13: 9781856100250. Poems translated from Korean into English. Covers a little worn and marked, no inscriptions, clean and sound, good. Seller Inventory BYB11448.

So Chong Ju, also known by the penname Midang, was born in Sonum village in the North Cholla Province of Korea, in 1915. His first poems were published in the late 1930s; his first collection of poems dates from 1941. The present volume contains the complete poems of his first four collections, on which his reputation as Korea’s leading living poet largely rests. He has published many volumes of poetry, as well as poems published separately. He has edited a number of anthologies and published works on literary history and criticism. He was for many years a professor at the Buddhist University, Dongguk University, in Seoul, where he is now Professor Emeritus. He has been awarded many of Korea’s most prestigious literary awards. Translations of selected poems by So Chong Ju have previously been published in France, Spain, Germany and the United States.
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