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This study examines the appearance of interpretive communities of popular readers in the late Chosŏn period. Popular readers formed around fictional texts that could be borrowed from circulating libraries or purchased from private publishers. While sources that directly address the phenomenon of...
This paper aims to illustrate Wŏnhyo’s place in the modern discourse of Korean nationalism, as the major figure of Korean Buddhist identity. Wŏnhyo (617–686) was a Buddhist monk and one of the key thinkers, writers, and commentators of the Korean Buddhist tradition. In addition to the breadth of...
Situating O Chông-hûi’s works “The Garden of Childhood” and “The Chinese Street” in the context of masculinist memories of the Korean War, produced in the 1970s and 1980s, the paper argues that O’s two stories offer a feminist reinterpretation of the Korean War and the post–Korean War era. “The...
Early in the sixteenth century, highly unflattering, even bizarre, descriptions of the Ming dynasty’s tenth emperor, posthumously known as Wuzong 武宗, the Martial Ancestor (r. 1506–1521) made their way to the Chosŏn court. These pointed criticisms of the emperor and deteriorating domestic...
Sugi’s (d.u.) thirty fascicles (kwŏn) of collation notes to the carving of the second koryŏ Buddhist canon, finished around 1247, are the only extant records detailing how East Asian Buddhist scholars in the premodern era went about the task of collating and editing multiple recensions of...
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