두 겹 의 노래

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Hollym, Dec 2, 2004 - Antiques & Collectibles - 112 pages
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From one of Korea's most distinguished authors in the modern era comes Twofold Song, the story of a couple who ceaselessly try and express their love artistically in author Yi Mun-yul's poetic short story. Sublime and resplendent with rich connotative analogies, Twofold Song has all the markings of Yi's careful, brush-like writing style and serene plot development.

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Section 1
9
Section 2
31
Section 3
87
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About the author (2004)

Yi Mun-yol was born in Seoul, Korea in 1948. He entered the College of Education at Seoul National University in 1968 and majored in Korean Language Education. In 1970, he left the university and studied for the civil service examination until he joined the mandatory Korean army service in 1973. He received Donga Ilbo's Sinchun Literature Award in 1979 for Saehagok (Song on the Border) and became a part of the Korean literary world. In that same year, he received the Writers Today Award for Saram-ui adeul (Son of Man). Since then, he has received numerous literary awards for his works. French translations of Geumsijo (the Bird with Golden Wings), Geu hae gyeo-ul (Winter That Year), Saehagok, and Urideurui ilgeureojin yeong-ung (Our Twisted Hero) were published in France in 1990, 1991, and 1992 respectively. The Japanese translation of Geumsijo was also published in Japan in 1992.

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