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Hanguk Yŏktae Munjip Chʻongsŏ [electronic resource] collected works of Korean authors from the 10th to the early 20th century
Bib ID 6333793
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Online Access
Description Seattle: University Libraries, University of Washington 
Summary

A reprinted edition in 3,000 volumes of the collected works of over a thousand individual authors mostly in Koryo and Choson Dynasties (10th- 20th century).' The site is searchable by author, title, or key words, and search results show Romanized author name and title, followed by Korean characters which has Chinese versions in parenthesis.

Subjects Korea (South)
Other authors/contributors Portal to Asian Internet Resources (Project)

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