Walking on a Washing Line: Poems of Kim Seung-Hee
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272pp. January 2011
Walking on a Washing Line: Poems of Kim Seung-Hee
Translator: Brother Anthony of Taize; Lee Hyung-Jin;
Kim Seung-Hee’s poetry is usually described in Korea as "feminist," "subversive," and "surrealist." Most important is the way her poetic voices differ radically from any other Korean poet’s, male or female. Her work has sometimes found a readier acceptance among readers of the English translations than among Koreans reading the originals, who are often puzzled by the seeming lack of conventional poetic themes and female sensitivity. Bilingual volume in English/Korean.

Cornell East Asia Series #150
Distributed for the Cornell University East Asia Program
Cornell East Asia Series #150
Distributed for the Cornell University East Asia Program
Translator: Brother Anthony of Taize; Lee Hyung-Jin;



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