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[East Asia has been recognized, researched, and civilized primarily as an Other to the West, and has existed only in this reflected image. A new discourse of East Asia needs to be located outside the dichotomy of Western empire and Eastern colony, and within a critical analysis of the internal...
[The issue of modernity has been broadly discussed, particularly since the spread of cultural influence from the European great powers to the peripheral areas. In the past, Western modernity oppressed the diverse differences in locality, gender, and generation. What matters now is to recognize...
[This chapter aims to measure the universal literary value of the Guunmong (九雲夢) by the Korean writer Kim Man-Jung (1637–1692), by comparing the classics of the center and the periphery, and showing their differences and commonalities, so as to rethink the significance of the universality of...
[As a Korean novelist, as well as a historian and a revolutionary seeking national independence, Sin Ch‘ae-ho (1880–1936) always thought about the importance of social practice through literature. His literary activity partly derived from his understanding of Dante: he adored Dante as an...
[Languages compete when put into the service of nation building. Korean writers under Japanese imperialism such as Yi Kwang-Su (1892–1950) tried to negotiate, resist, and make sense of this new and highly competitive landscape. The collision between multiple national languages may cause an...
[This chapter starts from the supposition that a particular non-Western perspective is indispensable for inquiring into Dante’s universality. The non-Western perspective helps to decentralize the Western context which has historically developed around Dante, and at the same time to plug him into...
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