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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
김흥규 , 1948-. Fouser, Robert.
Title Statement
Understanding Korean literature / Kim Hunggyu ; translated by Robert J. Fouser.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Armonk, N.Y. :   M.E. Sharpe ,   1997.  
Physical Medium
xiii, 230 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
Series Statement
New studies in Asian culture
ISBN
1563247739 (cloth : alk. paper) 1563247747 (pbk. : alk. paper)
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 217-222) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Korean literature -- History and criticism.
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240 1 0 ▼a 한국문학의 이해. ▼l English
245 1 0 ▼a Understanding Korean literature / ▼c Kim Hunggyu ; translated by Robert J. Fouser.
260 ▼a Armonk, N.Y. : ▼b M.E. Sharpe , ▼c 1997.
300 ▼a xiii, 230 p. : ▼b ill., maps ; ▼c 24 cm.
490 1 ▼a New studies in Asian culture
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references (p. 217-222) and index.
650 0 ▼a Korean literature ▼x History and criticism.
700 1 ▼a Fouser, Robert.
830 0 ▼a New studies in Asian culture.
900 1 1 ▼a Kim, Hung-gyu, ▼d 1948-
940 0 ▼a Hanguk munhak ui ihae. ▼l English

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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS

Translator's Preface = ⅶ

Author's Preface = xi

Illustrations and Maps = xiii

1. Introduction = 3

2. The Extent of Korean Literature = 7

 Oral Literature = 8

 Problems with the Inclusion of Literature in Classical Chinese = 9

 Arguments in Favor of Including Literature in Classical Chinese = 12

 Outline of Korean Literature = 15

 Interaction Among the Three Main Types of Korean Literature = 16

3.language, Style, and Meter = 22

 (1) The Korean Language and the History of Literary Style = 23

  History of Characteristics of the Korean Language = 23

  Style in the First Half of the Chos$$\breve o$$n Period = 26

  Literary Style in the Last Half of the Chos$$\breve o$$n Period = 29

  Literatry Style Since the Late Nineteenth Century = 31

 (2) Korean Poetic Meter : Introduction Poetic Meter = 35

  A Typology of Poetic Meter = 38

  Segmental Meter in Korean Poetry = 40

  Major Forms of Meter in Korean Poetry = 42

  The Issue of Meter Before the Fourteenth Century = 45

  Traditional Poetic Meter and Modern Poetry = 47

4. Genres of Korean Literature = 51

 Literature and Genre = 51

 Broad Genres and Narrow Genres = 53

 (1) Lyric Genres = 57

  Ancient Songs = 57

  Hyangga = 58

  Kory$$\breve o$$ Folk Songs = 62

  Shijo = 66

  Narrative Shijo = 70

  Lyric Folk Songs = 72

  Poetry in Classical Chinese = 75

  H$$\breve o$$duga = 79

  Chapka = 80

  New Poetry and Modern Poetry = 82

 (2) Narrative Genres = 87

  Myths = 87

  Legends = 91

  Folk Tales = 95

  Narrative Shaman Chants = 97

  P'ansori = 100

  Narrative Folk Songs = 104

  The Classic Novel = 107

  The New Novel = 115

  The Modern Novel = 118

 (3) Dramatic Genres = 122

  Mask Dance = 122

  Puppet Theater = 126

  Ch'angg$$\breve u$$k = 129

  Ship'ag$$\breve u$$k = 131

  Modern Drama = 132

 (4) Didactic Genres = 133

  Akchang = 133

  Ch'angga = 135

  Prose Literature = 136

 (5) Mixed Genres = 138

  The Ky$$\breve o$$nggich'ega = 138

  Kasa = 142

  Kaj$$\breve o$$n = 149

  Dream Records = 152

  Yadam = 154

5. Literary Criticism = 158

 Preliminary Principles = 158

 Ancient Views of Language and Literature = 159

 Literary Criticism Kory$$\breve o$$ Period = 161

 Literary Criticism in the First Half of the Chos$$\breve o$$n Perid = 165

 Literary Criticism in the Last Half of the Chos$$\breve o$$n Perid = 167

 Literary Criticism in the Late Nineteenth Century = 169

 Literary criticism of the 1920s and 1930s = 171

 Literary Criticism After the Liberation From Japan = 173

6. The Trade in Literary Works = 176

 The Performance and Transmission of Oral Literature = 176

 The Diffusion of Literature in Hyangch'al and in Classical Chinese = 179

 The Trade in and Commercial Lending of Handwritten Books in Hang$$\breve u$$l = 182

 The Development of Woodblock Printing and Publishing = 185

 The Development of Woodblock-Printed Novels = 187

 Modern Printing Technology and the Diffusion of Literature = 190

7. Phases of Korean Literature = 193

 Traditional and Modern = 193

 Transcending the Dichotomous View of Korean Literature = 194

 Problems With Theories of Visible Continuity = 195

 Toward Problematic Continuity : An Example = 197

Glossary = 201

Select Bibilography = 217

Index = 223



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