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Cross-Cultural Review #4: "South Korean Poets of Resistance"

By: Ko, Won, Compiler/Translator—Stanley H. Barkan, Series Editor

Price: $7.50

Publisher: Merrick, New York, USA, Cross-Culural Communications: 1980

Edition: First

Seller ID: CCC125.1

ISBN: 0-89304-607-8

Condition: New


First bilingual publication in America of several famous Korean poets: Kim Chi-ha, Yang Song-u, Ko Un, and Ko Won View more info

Cross-Cultural Review #4: "South Korean Poets of Resistance"

By: Ko, Won, Compiler/Translator—Stanley H. Barkan, Series Editor

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Merrick, New York, USA, Cross-Cultural Communications: 1980

Edition: First

Seller ID: CCC125.2

ISBN: 0-89304-606-X

Condition: New


First bilingual publication in America of several famous Korean poets: Kim Chi-ha, Yang Song-u, Ko Un, and Ko Won View more info

Voices in Diversity: Poets from Postwar Korea

By: Ko, Won, Editor/Translator

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Merrick, NY/USA, Cross-Cultural Communications: 2001

Edition: First

Seller ID: CCC998Y.1

ISBN: 0893048860

Condition: New


This anthology contains 92 poems by 97 poets who were born in or after 1945. The end of World War II, August 15, 1945, is an epoch-making date in the history of contemporary Korea in that it brought about Korea's liberation from Japanese rule. —from the Preface by Ko Won View more info

Voices in Diversity: Poets from Postwar Korea

By: Ko, Won, Editor/Translator

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Merrick, NY/USA, Cross-Cultural Communications: 2001

Edition: First

Seller ID: CCC998Y.2

ISBN: 0893048852

Condition: New


This anthology contains 92 poems by 97 poets who were born in or after 1945. The end of World War II, August 15, 1945, is an epoch-making date in the history of contemporary Korea in that it brought about Korea's liberation from Japanese rule. --fro View more info