[KS] articles on Korean literature online at signandsight.com
Stephen.Epstein at vuw.ac.nz
Thu Oct 27 05:07:59 EDT 2005
I've been asked to forward these links, which many of you will find interesting, on to the list.
From: John Lambert [mailto:lambert at perlentaucher.de]
Sent: 10/27/2005 (목) 1:27 오전
To: Stephen Epstein
Subject: articles on Korean literature online at signandsight.com
signandsight.com (www.signandsight.com) is the English service of
Perlentaucher (www.perlentaucher.de), Germany's largest independent
online cultural magazine. Every day Perlentaucher's editors scoure the
pages of the quality German-language cultural press for the best
articles of note, and we translate them into English and put them online.
Recently we have put three stories on Korean literature online, which I
think you will find interesting. I would be delighted you would post
these links, or pass them on to interested readers.
*The bright side of the moon*
Wednesday 26 October, 2005
Guest of honour at the Frankfurt Book Fair, Korea presented a lively mix
emphasising both tradition and transformation. In the absence of North
Korea, politics was blended out and culture did the talking. By Andreas
Read more: http://www.signandsight.com/features/429.html
Friday 21 October, 2005
Korea is the featured country at this year's Book Fair in Frankfurt.
Poet Hwang Chi Woo, head of the Korean delegation, reflects on the
difference between the visual culture of Europe and the sensual culture
of Korea. Where he comes from, Western aesthetic categories simply don't
Read more: http://www.signandsight.com/features/422.html
*Korean literature in flux*
Tuesday 18 October, 2005
The country in focus at this year's Frankfurt Book Fair is Korea.
Katharina Borchardt takes a look at the abundance of recently translated
works and discovers a literature full of contrast and in the midst of
Read more: http://www.signandsight.com/features/411.html
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