eBook Poems from Korea;: A historical anthology (UNESCO collection of representative works) download
by Peter H Lee
Author: Peter H Lee
Publisher: University Press of Hawaii; Revised edition (1974)
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Poems from Korea; book.
Poems from Korea; book. Some of the poems were really good. Idk I had to read it for class.
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The UNESCO Collection of Representative Works (or UNESCO Catalogue of Representative Works) was a UNESCO translation project that was active for about 57 years, from 1948 to about 2005.
UNESCO financed the translations and publications, but UNESCO itself was not a publisher, instead working with other publishers who then sold the books independently. UNESCO financed the translations and publications, but UNESCO itself was not a publisher, instead working with other publishers who then sold the books independently. Works were selected based on a number of criteria. Generally, new versions of translations already published were not undertaken and it was rare for a little-known contemporary author with only a small output to his name to be considered for inclusion. Works were selected by the following procedure.
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UNESCO Collection of Representative Works: Japanese. The book contains a dazzling array of myths and legends, essays and biographies, love poems and Zen poems, satirical tales and tales of wonder, stories of adventure and of heroism, as well as quieter works treating the farmer's works and days and the pleasures and sorrows of the simple life. About Peter H. Lee. Peter H. Lee is professor emeritus of Korean and comparative literature at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Lee, Peter H. (Yi Hak-su) Korean Literature: Topics and Themes. Poems from Korea: A Historical Anthology. Honolulu: Uni-versity Press of Hawaii, 1974. Tuscon, Arizona: University of Arizona Press, 1965. The first good collection of Korean poetry in English, this book is still valuable because it includes Korean poetry written in Chinese. Though the selection is slim - 70 poems by 55 poets - the translations are generally very good. 196 pp. The 1974 book is the 1964 book with only minor revisions.
The Collection is central to Unesco's action in favour of the strengthening of cultural identity and inter- cultural relations. For there can be no doubt that the peoples of the world long to reach out beyond the events of their history of yesterday and today and to discover, behind their ways and customs, their traditions, beliefs and values, some¬ thing that will better confirm their existence in the world and consolidate their place in the universal concert.
By Peter H. Lee, Professor of Korean and Comparative Literature University . Yuefu shiji (Collection of music bureau poems). In Hanguk kojŏn munhak chŏnjip (Complete collection of classical Korean literature), vol. 2. Koryŏ taehakkyo Minjok munhwa yŏnguso, 1993. Lee, Professor of Korean and Comparative Literature University of California, Los Angeles. Peking: Zhonghua, 1979. Munhakchŏk Changja wa Kim Suyŏng ui sidamnon pigyo yŏngu (A comparative study of literary Zhuangzi and Kim Suyŏng's poetic discourse).