[KS] Korean myths

Joy Kim joykim at usc.edu
Mon Jun 22 01:29:20 EDT 2009

Hi Mercedes,

If you need additional titles, try searching for "mythology, korean" from www.worldcat.org.  The Advanced Search option will let you limit the language to English, or whatever languages you wish.  You will get quite a few citations of English works there.  When you display the titles of your interest and scroll down, you will see a list of libraries holding the item, starting with the closest from  you.   You might very well find libraries within your own area holding the items.  If not, you should be able to borrow them through interlibrary loan via your local library.  Please look into it.

Joy Kim
Curator, Korean Heritage Library
East Asian Library
University of Southern California
University Park
Los Angeles, CA90089-1825
Tel: 213-740-2329 / Fax: 213-740-7437

----- Original Message -----
From: Fianna Mithlond <lady.fianna at gmail.com>
Date: Saturday, June 20, 2009 8:27 pm
Subject: [KS] Korean myths
To: Korean Studies Mailing List <koreanstudies at koreaweb.ws>

> Hello, everyone, my name is Mercedes and I'm new to this mailing 
> list. I'm a
> Psychology student in Argentina who is very interested on Korean 
> Studies,and I'd like to know if someone can help me. I'm working 
> on an
> essay/paper/presentation (I apologize for my grammar and vocabulary
> mistakes, my English still needs improvement) for the 5th National 
> Congresson Korean Studies in my country and I'm having 
> difficulties finding
> information and resources. My work is an overlook on Korean myths 
> from a
> Structural and Psychoanalytical approach. So far I've only found 
> the myths
> of Tangun, Chumong and Hyokkose. Does anyone know where I can find 
> moremyths to work on? Any tip or lead will be useful.
> Thank you for taking the time to read this message and nice to 
> meet you all.
> Mercedes.

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