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2 edition of Korean folklore reader. found in the catalog.

Korean folklore reader.

D. L. Olmsted

Korean folklore reader.

by D. L. Olmsted

  • 127 Want to read
  • 21 Currently reading

Published by Indiana University in Bloomington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Korean language -- Readers.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementTexts with presyntactic analysis, by D.L. Olmsted, with the collaboration of Peter Park and Do-Sik Kim.
    GenreReaders.
    SeriesUralic and Altaic series, Uralic and Altaic series
    ContributionsPark, Peter, 1929-, Kim, Do-Sik.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination97 p.
    Number of Pages97
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16544589M

      As always here at Balladeer's Blog I like to examine topics that I feel don't get enough attention. The gods and goddesses of Korea are the topic of this latest article on an underappreciated pantheon of deities. Readers interested in myths from around the world may want to also check out my pages on Navajo, Vietnamese. Yeoyu is a somewhat difficult-to-translate Korean word that can mean “leisure” or “ease,” or can refer to anything of which one might have plenty to spare. The moniker seems appropriate as the story can be read in a bit of spare time, though a thoughtful reader may also wish to .

    Kim So-Un was an eminent Korean storyteller and a specialist in Korean poetry and folklore. A former journalist for a major newspaper and chief editor of the Korean Children's Educational Institute, he published some two dozen books during his lifetime, including anthologies of poetry, folktales, folklore, folk songs and critical essays. girl with a book blog My favorite parts of this novel are when the author interweaves the plot points of the story with Korean folklore. I felt like this style worked better with this storyline than when a similar storytelling method was employed in We Were Liars. about the reader.

      A book for all you people who love ghost stories just like me includes: Caribbean folklore Japanese folklore Chinese Folklore American folklore Korean Folklore Indian Folklore French Folklore and many more request is accepted, don't take any credit. An addictive fantasy-romance set in modern-day en-year-old Gu Miyoung has a secret--she's a gumiho, a nine-tailed fox who must devour the energy of men in order to survive. Because so few believe in the old tales anymore, and with so many evil men no one will miss, the modern city of Seoul is the perfect place to hide and after feeding one full moon, .


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Choi Won-Oh took a doctorate in Korean Literature at Seoul National University and studied folklore at Indiana University, USA. His previous publications include Comparison of Epics in East Asia (Seoul, ).

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