Echoing Song: Contemporary Korean Women Poets

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Peter H. Lee
White Pine Press, 2005 - 304 ˹

Echoing Song presents the work of 20 contemporary Korean women poets active from the 1970s to the present. Each poet is represented with 10 to 15 poems reflecting the range of their poetic development. This anthology demonstrates the originality and variety of modern Korean women's poetry.

The poets include Yi Hyangji, No Hyangnim, Ch'on Yanghui, Kang Ungyo, Mun Chonghui, Yi Kyongnim, Ko Chonghui, Ch'oe Sungja, Kim Sunghui, Kim Chongnam, Yi Chinmyong, Kim Hyesun, No Hyegyong, Hwang Insuk, Chong Hwajin, Yi Yonju, Yi Sanghui, Pak Sowon, Ho Sugyong and Na Huidok.

Peter Lee is a professor of Korean studies at ULCA and has translated over 20 books.

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Preface
13
Yi Hyangji
30
No Hyangnim
44
Chôn Yanghai
57
Kang Ungyo
68
Mun Chôngbûi
80
Yi Kyôngnim
92
Ko Chôngbài
102
Kim Hyesun
183
No Hyegyông
201
Hwang Insuk
216
Chông Hwajin
226
Yi Yônju
239
Yi Sanghủi
250
Pak Sôwốn
262
Hộ Sugyông
273

Choe Súngja
118
Kim Sanghai
135
Kim Chôngnan
161
Yi Chinmyông
175
Na Hüidók
283
Biographical Notes
295
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Peter Lee, a professor of Korean Studies at ULCA, is the undisputed pioneer and scholar in the field of Korean Studies. He has written and translated over 20 books of Korean literature.

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