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Title Routledge handbook of modern Korean literature / edited by Yoon Sun Yang.

Published Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2020.


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Physical description 1 online resource ( xii, 324 pages.) :
Series Routledge handbooks
Routledge handbooks.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Notes on contributors -- Acknowledgments -- Note on romanization, translation, and capitalization -- Introduction -- Part 1 The power of literature/the literature of power -- 1 Art as freedom and power: Kim Tongin and the political legacy of pure literature in modern Korea -- 2 Proletarian realities and leftist literature of 1920s and 1930s Colonial Korea -- 3 The colonial frontier: primitive accumulation, migration, and settler colonialism in Kando literature
4 Decolonizing the future: postcolonial themes in South Korean science fiction -- 5 The mad father in the attic: torture and the ethics of accountability in post-authoritarian Korean fiction -- Part 2 Crossing borders, redrawing boundaries -- 6 In the shadow of nation and empire: northwestern writers in colonial Seoul -- 7 Border crossings between decolonization and the Cold War: rethinking post-Liberation literature, 1945-50 -- 8 Fracturing literary boundaries: connecting with the Korean Peninsula in postwar Japan -- 9 Crossing the great divide: mid-century modernism on the Korean Peninsula
10 Division literature and visions for de-bordering: Ch'oe Inhun, Pak Wansŏ, and individuals without belonging -- 11 South Korean activist readers of North Korean literature -- Part 3 Rationality in Korean literature and its limits: scientists, detectives, and doctors -- 12 Literary negotiations with Western science in post-confucian Korea -- 13 The development of detective fiction in Korea: focusing on the colonial period -- 14 Curing, but not healing, in Pak Wansŏ's "During Three Days of That Autumn" -- Part 4 Transnational archives: language, ethnicity, and translation
15 The figure of the translator: Kim Saryang between Korean and Japanese literatures -- 16 Zainichi writers and the postcoloniality of modern Korean literature -- 17 Interracial romance, unlawful marriage: transpacific encounters in early Korean American literature -- 18 Autobiography of others: Dictée's counterhegemonic feminism -- Part 5 Korean literature in the changing mediascape: radio, television, and print culture -- 19 The sonic unconscious and the wartime radio novel in colonial Korea -- 20 Make noise, not war: television in Yusin-era literature
21 Radicalizing against polarities: poetry and print culture in 1980s literary topography -- Index
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. London Available via World Wide Web.
History notes Yoon Sun Yang is associate professor of Korean and comparative literature at Boston University, US. She is the author of From Domestic Women to Sensitive Young Men: Translating the Individual in Early Colonial Korea (2017).
Notes Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on April 10, 2020).
Other author Yang, Yoon Sun, editor.
Taylor & Francis
Subject Korean literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Local series Taylor & Francis eBooks
ISBN 9781315622811 electronic book
1315622815 electronic book
9781317224136 electronic book
1317224132 electronic book
9781317224143 electronic book
1317224140 electronic book
9781317224129 electronic book
1317224124 electronic book
9781138655041 hardcover

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