Korean Drama Under Japanese Occupation: Plays by Ch'i-jin Yu and Man-sik Ch'ae
From 1910 to 1945, Japan occupied Korea and controlled every aspect of the Korean life. This book presents three plays by two prominent Korean writers who ventured to voice anti-Japanese sentiments in their plays despite the harsh censorship of the time.
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