[KS] Query

kim hyung-a kha at coombs.anu.edu.au
Wed Feb 9 20:22:30 EST 2000

Dear Jeong-hyeon,

Am I making a mistake or is it really YOU, my dear Jeong-hyeon! If you are
the one I am thinking of, I then hope you will remember me. It must have
been more than three or perhaps four years when we spent that wonderful
afternoon together!!!! So many things happened since then and I am still
here in Canberra. In fact, I've just returned after one month of travel
ling through South & North Korea and China with 15 American college
students whom I taught last year in Oregon, America. 

Obviously, it must be you. Will you let me know whether I am talking to the
right Lady please? If, by any chance, I made a mistake, please accept my
sincere apology. 

Dr. Hyung-a Kim
Department of Pacific & Asian History
Research School of Pacific & Asian Studies (RSPAS)
The Australian National University
Canberra 0200
Tel: (61) 2 6249-2317; Fax: (61) 2 6249-5525

At 10:50 AM 2/9/00 +0900, you wrote:
>Dear List Members:
>We would like to announce the publication of the Winter 1999 Korea
Journal. In closing the century and the millennium we opted for a sort of
retrospective titled: "100 Years of Modern Korean Literature Revisited."
>It contains the following articles which should be of great interest not
only to specialists in literature but to anyone interested in modern Korean
cultural and intellectual history:
>1. The Emergence of  Aesthetic Ideology in Modern Korean       Literary
Criticism: An Essay on Yi Kwang-su (Hwang Jong-yon)
>2. Hong Myong-hui: Korea's Finest Historical Novelist (Kang Young-Zu)
>3. Extravagance and Authenticity: Romantic Love and the Self in Early
Modern Korean Literature (Kim Uchang)
>4. A Study of Manhae Han Yong-un (Yom Moo-Ung)
>5. Seoul, Tokyo, New York: Modern Korean Literature Seen through Yi Sang's
"Lost Flowers" (Choi Won-shik)
>6. The Poetry of Kim Su-yong; The Living Kim Su-yong (Paik Nak-chung)
>7. Shin Tong-yop: A Retrospective Prophet (Yu Jongho).
>In addition to these, there are three articles which fall under the
general heading: "Korean Protestantism in the Modern Age," as well as our
ongoing Cultural Heritage Series and Book Notes.
>Please direct any inquiries you may have regarding availability to the
following address: eakim at mail.unesco.or.kr. 
>Yours truly,
>Yi Jeong-hyeon
>Korea Journal


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