Literature and Film in Cold War South Korea

Literature and Film in Cold War South Korea

Freedom's Frontier

eBook - 2012
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Korean writers and filmmakers crossed literary and visual cultures in multilayered ways under Japanese colonial rule (1910-1945). Taking advantage of new modes and media that emerged in the early twentieth century, these artists sought subtle strategies for representing the realities of colonialism and global modernity. Theodore Hughes begins by unpacking the relations among literature, film, and art in Korea's colonial period, paying particular attention to the emerging proletarian movement, literary modernism, nativism, and wartime mobilization. He then demonstrates how these developmen.
Publisher: New York : Columbia University Press, 2012
ISBN: 9780231500715
0231500718
1281919713
9781281919717
9780231157483
0231157487
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xiv, 272 pages)

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