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  • Notes: This 1912 edition of a work edited by the late Chosŏn period scholar Pak Chae‐hyŏng (1838‐1900) translates as ‘Korean Lesser Learning (supplement).’ The major Chinese neo‐Confucian philosopher Zhu Xi (1130‐1200) wrote the preface to a famous anthology in 118... more
  • Notes: This is one volume of a well‐known Korean historical compendium edited by the scholar and historian Han Ch’i‐yun (1765‐1814), who drew on more than 500 earlier works, including Chinese and Japanese sources. This particular edition dates from 1912, shortly after the Japanese a... more
  • Notes: A three volume edition of writings by Yi Tŏk‐hyŏng (1561‐1613). As confirmed by Dr John Jorgensen, it was published in the sixth year of the reign of King Kojong (1869). Yi was a major writer about the invasions of Korea during the 1590s by the Japanese leader Toyotomi Hideyoshi (1... more
  • Book, OnlineKagok wŏllyu / Kyŏngsŏng Taehak Chosŏn Munhakhoe
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    Added 2008-10-07 12:01:33
    Notes: This is a 1929 edition of a major Korean anthology, originally compiled in 1876 by two poets and musicians, Pak Hyo‐gwan and An Min‐yŏng. It contains many lyrics of the Korean sung or chanted verses known as ‘sijo’, which are usually about love, loyalty, virtue or beautifu... more
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