A Ready-made Life: Early Masters of Modern Korean Fiction
The 16 stories in this volume present an introduction to modern Korean fiction. They reveal a variety of voices, settings, styles and concerns and beneath the often gloomy surface lies an anti-colonial subtext. An introduction places the stories in their historical context.
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A Society That Drives You to Drink Hyon Chingon
The Rotary Press Yom Sangsop
An Idiots Delight Yi Taejun
The Photograph and the Letter Kim Tongin
A Descendant of the Hwarang Kim Tongni
Wife Kim Yujong
Mystery Woman Yi Kwangsu
The Barbershop Boy Pak Taewon
The Mule Hwang Sunwon
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