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Glocalizing Shakespeare in Korea and Beyond (review)

Glocalizing Shakespeare in Korea and Beyond (review) Lee Younghee. 2002. I deology,Culture,andHan:TraditionalandEarlyModernKoreanWomen's Literature. Seoul: Jimoondang Publishing Co. Lee Yun-t'aek. 2007. Four Contemporary Korean Plays. Trans. by Dongwook Kim and Richard Nichols. Lanham, MD: University Press of America. Oh T'ae-sok. 1999. The Metacultural Theatre of Oh T'ae-sok. Trans. by Ah-Jeong Kim and R. B. Graves. Honolulu: University of Hawai`i Press. Yu Chi-Jin. 2005. Three Plays by Chi-Jin Yoo. Trans. by Won-jae Jang. Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, UK: Colin Smythe. GLOCALIZING SHAKESPEARE IN KOREA AND BEYOND. Lee Hyon-u et al. Edited by Lee Hyon-u. Seoul: Dongin Publishing, 2009. 267 pp. Recent works, including books by Alexander C. Y. Huang (2009a, 2009b); Alexander C. Y. Huang and Charles S. Ross (2009); Li Ruru (2007); Tetsuo Kishi and Graham Bradshaw (2005); Ryuta, Carruthers, and Gillies (2001); and Takashi, Mulryne, and Shewring (1998), among others, are filling in lacunae in our understanding of Shakespeare reception and production in northeastern Asia. This book discussing Korean Shakespeare is a significant addition, giving an overview of uses of the Bard from the turn of the twentieth century, but focusing heavily on 1990 to 2008. Eleven essays (three by the editor, two by Kim Dong-wook, and six by other scholars) clarify the current Korean "Shakespeare http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Asian Theatre Journal University of Hawai'I Press

Glocalizing Shakespeare in Korea and Beyond (review)

Asian Theatre Journal , Volume 27 (2) – Jan 26, 2010

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Lee Younghee. 2002. I deology,Culture,andHan:TraditionalandEarlyModernKoreanWomen's Literature. Seoul: Jimoondang Publishing Co. Lee Yun-t'aek. 2007. Four Contemporary Korean Plays. Trans. by Dongwook Kim and Richard Nichols. Lanham, MD: University Press of America. Oh T'ae-sok. 1999. The Metacultural Theatre of Oh T'ae-sok. Trans. by Ah-Jeong Kim and R. B. Graves. Honolulu: University of Hawai`i Press. Yu Chi-Jin. 2005. Three Plays by Chi-Jin Yoo. Trans. by Won-jae Jang. Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, UK: Colin Smythe. GLOCALIZING SHAKESPEARE IN KOREA AND BEYOND. Lee Hyon-u et al. Edited by Lee Hyon-u. Seoul: Dongin Publishing, 2009. 267 pp. Recent works, including books by Alexander C. Y. Huang (2009a, 2009b); Alexander C. Y. Huang and Charles S. Ross (2009); Li Ruru (2007); Tetsuo Kishi and Graham Bradshaw (2005); Ryuta, Carruthers, and Gillies (2001); and Takashi, Mulryne, and Shewring (1998), among others, are filling in lacunae in our understanding of Shakespeare reception and production in northeastern Asia. This book discussing Korean Shakespeare is a significant addition, giving an overview of uses of the Bard from the turn of the twentieth century, but focusing heavily on 1990 to 2008. Eleven essays (three by the editor, two by Kim Dong-wook, and six by other scholars) clarify the current Korean "Shakespeare

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