An Introduction to Classical Korean Literature: From Hyangga to P'ansori

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Cho Tong-il. Hanguk munhak t'ongsa ( A Comprehensive History of Korean Literature). 2nd ed., 5 vols. Seoul: Chishik sanŏp sa, 1989. The most comprehensive history of Korean literature so far, especially for the premodern period. Indispensable for any serious student of classical Korean literature. Annotated bibliography after each section.
------. Samguk shidae sŏlhwa ŭi ttŭtp'uri ( Explications of the Stories of the Three Kingdoms Period). Seoul: Chimmundang 1990.
Cho Tong-il and Kim Hŭng-gyu, eds. P'ansori ŭi ihae ( Understanding P'ansori). Seoul: Ch'angjak kwa pip'yŏng sa, 1978.
Cho Yun-je. Kungmunhak sa ( A History of Korean Literature). Seoul: Tongguk munhwa sa, 1949. One of the first histories of Korean literature. Professor Cho's strong views make it still worth reading.
Ch'oe Chun. Hanguk shinmun sa ( A History of Korean Newspapers). Rev. ed. Seoul: Ilchogak, 1970.
Choe-Wall, Yang-hi Choe-Wall, Yang-hi, ed. and trans. Memoirs of a Korean Queen. London and New York: Kegan Paul International, 1985.
Ch'ŏn Kwan-u. Hanguk sa ŭi chaebalgyŏn ( The Rediscovery of Korean History). Seoul: Ilchogak, 1974.
Chŏng Pyŏng-uk. Hanguk ŭi p'ansori ( Korea's P'ansori). Seoul: Chimmundang, 1981.
Hanguk kojŏn munhak taejŏnjip ( Collected Works of Classical Korean Literature). Seoul: Sejong ch'ulp'an konghoe, 5, 1970.
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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • 1 - What is Korean Literature? 3
  • 2 - The Mystery and Loveliness of the Hyangga 11
  • 3 - The Incomparable Lyricism of Koryŏ Songs 25
  • 4 Notes on the Samguk sagi and Samguk yusa 48
  • 5 - Notes on Shijo 75
  • 6 - The Literature of Chosŏn Dynasty Women 95
  • 7 - Hŏ Kyun: Hong Kiltong Chŏn and the Hanmun Lives 141
  • Notes 157
  • 9 - The Literature of Shirhak: Yŏnam, Pak Chi-Wŏn 171
  • 10 - Notes on P'Ansori 197
  • Toward Modern Korean Literature 209
  • Works Cited 219
  • Index 223
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