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Manchukuo PerspectivesTransnational Approaches to Literary Production$
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Annika A. Culver and Norman Smith

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9789888528134

Published to Hong Kong Scholarship Online: September 2020

DOI: 10.5790/hongkong/9789888528134.001.0001

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Modern Korean Literature and Manchukuo

Modern Korean Literature and Manchukuo

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(p.285) 18 Modern Korean Literature and Manchukuo
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Manchukuo Perspectives
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Kim Jaeyong

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Hong Kong University Press
DOI:10.5790/hongkong/9789888528134.003.0019

This chapter provides a general overview of how Korean writers in Manchukuo envisioned their new role as intellectuals, expressed in political views that often continued into the post-war period with the division of the Korean peninsula into North and South during the emerging Cold War. Deepening state intervention through the naisen-ittai [Korea and Japan as One Body] campaign in the late 1930s also forced Korean writers to take sides amidst imperial Japanese occupation. The lives and works of writers including Yeom Sang-seop (1897-1963) Ri Ki-yong (1896-1984), and Han Seol-ya (1900-1976), among others, will be examined.

Keywords:   Korean literature, Koreans in Manchukuo, agrarianism, Cold War, North Korean literature, Yeom Sang-seop, Ri Ki-yong

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