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by Hai-soon Lee

eBook The Poetic World of Classic Korean Women Writers epub
  • ISBN: 8973006274
  • Author: Hai-soon Lee
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Ewha Womans University Press; First Edition edition (June 20, 2005)
  • Pages: 114 pages
  • ePUB size: 1275 kb
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by Hai-soon Lee. Published June 20, 2005 by Ewha Womans University Press.

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자 : Lee Hai-soon Hai-soon Lee is Professor of Korean Literature at Ewha Womans University, Seoul, Korea. She also co-translated The World of Korean Women''s Classical Literature and Life and Death of The Faithful Ladies in Chosun

자 : Lee Hai-soon Hai-soon Lee is Professor of Korean Literature at Ewha Womans University, Seoul, Korea. both in Korean Literature and Comparative Literature respectively from Seoul National University, Korea and University of Illinois in . in Chinese Literature from National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan. She also co-translated The World of Korean Women''s Classical Literature and Life and Death of The Faithful Ladies in Chosun. Bibliográfiai információk.

Author: Hye-soon Lee Publisher: Ehwa Women's Univ. Press Hardcover 145 pages 188 128mm. At a time when literary Chinese was monopolized by male intellectuals, it is remarkable from the aspect of establishing female intellectual history that goes beyond simply the quality and value of their literature that these women, systematically prohibited from public education, taught themselves Chinese literature and became involved in the act of writing poetry, rivaling their male intellectual counterparts in literature. 1. Do Not Speak of the Beauty of Yeosan Hwang Jini's Pride, Songdo-samjeol.

The Poetic World of Classic Korean Women Writers, By Lee Hai-soon, Translated by Hur Won-jae (Ewha Womans University . Scholar Lee Hai-soon graduated from Seoul National University’s Korean literature program, and received her P.

The Poetic World of Classic Korean Women Writers, By Lee Hai-soon, Translated by Hur Won-jae (Ewha Womans University Press). They were prohibited from public education and had to work against a male-dominated world to leave their literary legacy. in Chinese literature from National Taiwan Normal University. She’s been teaching at Ewha Womans University since 1973.

a b c Lee, Hai-soon; Yi, Hye-sun (2005), "7. Knowing Contentment is Most Important in Life. Seo Youngsuhap, who steadfastly admonished even her son, a great scholar", The Poetic World of Classic Korean Women Writers, Volume 9, Ewha Womans University Press, pp. 54–55.

Youngmin Kim & Michael J. Pettid: Women and Confucianism in Choson Korea: New Perspectives. Hai-soon Lee,Hye-sun Yi: The Poetic World of Classic Korean Women Writers, Volym 9. Authority control. WorldCat Identities (via VIAF): 49171919. This Korean biographical article is a stub.

By Peter H. Lee, Professor of Korean and Comparative Literature . An Pyŏnghak In Wŏnbon Hanguk kojŏn ch'ongsŏ (Korean classics series in the original), vol. 4. Taejegak, 1975. Lee, Professor of Korean and Comparative Literature University of California, Los Angeles. Samdangp'a sisegye yŏngu (Study of the poetic world of Three Tang-Style poets). dissertation, Korea University, 1988. In Wŏnbon Hanguk kojŏn ch'ongsŏ (Korean classics series in the original), vol. Yuha chip (Works of Hong Set'ae).

Hai-soon Lee,Hye-sun Yi: The Poetic World of Classic Korean Women Writers, Volym 9.

The Poetic World of Classic Korean Women Writers. 9. Ewha Womans University Press. Lee, Hai-soo & Yi, Hye-sun (2005). The poetic world of classic Korean women writers. Lee & Yi. p. 11. Missing or empty title (help).

At a time when literary Chinese was monopolized by male intellectuals, it is remarkable from the aspect of establishing female intellectual history that goes beyond simply the quality and value of their literature that these women, systematically prohibited from public education, taught themselves Chinese literature and became involved in the act of writing poetry, rivaling their male interllectual counterparts in literature. In this respect, we can fully assume that besides the existing literary works, there must have been innumerable poems written by women, unknown to the world, and that these works, to our regret, were destroyed due to a reluctance by these women to have their works made public to the outside world. Nevertheless, the fact that exceptional female poets have continuously produced works in each successive age means that the very act of writing poetry worked emotionally as a kine of support for their lives.
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