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  • P-ISSN0023-3900
  • E-ISSN2733-9343

The Story of the Novel in Korea: A Modern Episode

Korea Journal, (P)0023-3900; (E)2733-9343
2005, v.45 no.3, pp.209-229

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Abstract

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The novel realism the youth nation modernity subjectivity imperialism. The novel realism the youth nation modernity subjectivity imperialism.

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&fnote; Ian Watt, (1957) The Rise of the Novel Studies in Defoe University of California Press,

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(1985) The Novel and Society in India, Oxford University Press

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Kobayashi Hideo zenshu 3, (shishosetsu-ron[1935]19681968) This can be illustrated by some of the most important pieces of Japanese literary criticism such as Kobayashi Hideos work on shishsetsu and Nakamura Mitsuo’s critique of Japanese novels of manners, Shinchosha fzoku shsetsu-ron[1950]

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Yi Gwangsu, (2003) Mujeong, Munhak dongne,

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Daisan bunmei sha, (1992) soseki to janru,

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Verso, (198319941800-1900) For the discussion of the relationship between nation and the novel see Benedict Anderson Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism 97; Atlas of the European Novel,

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Hong Myeonghui, (1996) Dae tolstoi ui inmul gwa jakpum, Byeokcho hong myeonghui wa imkokjeong ui yeongu jaryo, Sagyeojeol

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The rhetoric of the enlightenment combined with the assumption of universal historical development pervades the self-articulation of the Korean youth that is a focus of interest in the such gazettes as Hakjigwang published in the 1910s by one of the largest associations of Japan-based Korean students,

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Oxford, (1995) I owe Michael Valdez Moses for the concept of the modern global novel See his The Novel and the Globalization of Culture, Oxford University Press

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see Hatano Setsuko, (1995) For more detailed account of the presence of Japanese in The Heartless,

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