- Author:Moon Chung-hee,Wolhee Choe and Robert E. Hawks,Wonsook Kim
- Publisher:Hawks Publishing (May 5, 2004)
- Pages:80 pages
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Physical Description: 78 p. : ill. ;, 23 cm. Download Windflower poems by Moon Chung-hee ; translated by. .C) 2017-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners.
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Translated by Wolhee Choe and Robert E. Hawks
Translated by Wolhee Choe and Robert E. Hawks. About the Author: Moon Chung-hee, one of the most beloved poets writing in Korea today, has published, since her first award-winning poems in 1969, numerous books of poems, Wild rose, For Men, To Young Love, When I see a Tall Man, Love, and others. She is a recipient of prestigious poetry awards,which include the Sowol Poetry Prize and the Contemporary Literature Award. She participated in the Iowa International Writers' Program in 1995.
Translated from the Korean by Wolhee Choe and Robert E. Moon Chung-hee, one of the most beloved poets writing in Korea today, has published, since her first award-winning poems in 1969, numerous books of poems, Wild rose, For Men, To Young Love, When I see a Tall Man, Love, and others. Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound.
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Moon Chung-hee’s lyrical poems represent poignant self-examination, evoking moments of.Since her debut in 1969, Moon has published eleven books of poems. Translated by Wolhee Choe and Robert E.
Moon Chung-hee’s lyrical poems represent poignant self-examination, evoking moments of bewilderment and hopeful resignation to the passage of time and imprisoning conditions of her life. Her work explores the desire to escape the fetters of domesticity as a vehicle for understanding a woman’s journey and her negotiations between the desire for freedom and domestic reality. She is currently the poetry chair at Dongguk University in Seoul, South Korea. 56401/?tag prabook0b-20.
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Windflower was jointly translated by Choe Wolhee and Robert E. By Yoon Sojung Korea. net Staff Writer Sources: Literature Translation Institute of Korea, Moon Chung-hee aretea. Choe translated other works, such as Songs of the Kisang and Poems by Chong Hyon-jong. poet and is the president of Hawks Media, a publishing company focusing on Korean art and poetry. Moon’s other works can be found in English, French, German, Spanish, Indonesian, Swedish and Albanian. They include Woman on the Terrace, I Must be the Wind, To Young Love and I am Moon.