A History of Korean Literature

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Peter H. Lee
Cambridge University Press, 2003. 12. 18.
This is a comprehensive narrative history of Korean literature. It provides a wealth of information for scholars, students and lovers of literature. Combining both history and criticism the study reflects the latest scholarship and offers a systematic account of the development of all genres. Consisting of twenty-five chapters, it covers twentieth-century poetry, fiction by women and the literature of North Korea. This is a major contribution to the field and a study that will stand for many years as the primary resource for studying Korean literature.
 

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Illustrations
x
Contributors
xi
Preface
xiii
Note on the text
xvi
Korean dynasties
xix
Glossary
xxi
Introduction
1
CHAPTER 1 Language forms prosody and themes
15
CHAPTER 12 Choson poetry in Chinese
250
CHAPTER 13 Choson fiction in Chinese
261
CHAPTER 14 Choson fiction in Korean
273
CHAPTER 15 P ansori
288
CHAPTER 16 Folk drama
303
CHAPTER 17 Literary criticism
316
CHAPTER 18 Early twentiethcentury poetry
336
CHAPTER 19 Early twentiethcentury fiction by men
390

CHAPTER 2 From oral to written literature
52
CHAPTER 3 Hyangga
66
CHAPTER 4 Silla writings in Chinese
87
CHAPTER 5 Koryo songs
99
CHAPTER 6 Koryo writings in Chinese
118
CHAPTER 7 Early Choson eulogies
148
CHAPTER 8 Early Choson sijo
168
CHAPTER 9 Early Choson kasa
189
Chapter 10 Late Choson sijo
203
CHAPTER 11 Late Choson kasa
228
CHAPTER 20 Early twentiethcentury fiction by women
406
CHAPTER 21 Late twentiethcentury poetry by men
420
CHAPTER 22 Late twentiethcentury poetry by women
457
CHAPTER 23 Late twentiethcentury fiction by men
468
CHAPTER 24 Late twentiethcentury fiction by women
481
CHAPTER 25 Literature of North Korea
497
Bibliography
512
Suggestions for further reading
543
Index
551
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Peter Lee is Professor of Korean and Comparative Literature at The University of California Los Angeles. He is the author of numerous books on Korean literature and civilisation, including the two-volume Sourcebook of Korean Civilisation (1993–1993), The Columbia Anthology of Korean Literature (2002) and Myths of Korea (2000).

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