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Lingering Impressions of a Mountain Village: —A Few Paragraphs from a Journal of Travels to Sŏngch'ŏn

Lingering Impressions of a Mountain Village: —A Few Paragraphs from a Journal of Travels to... Li ng e r i ng Impre ssi o ns o f a Mo unt ai n Vi l l ag e 1 --A Few Paragraphs from a Journal of Travels to Sngch'n2 Another Perspective by Yi Sang Translated by John Frankl and the postman only occasionally appears bearing "hard rolled"colored news.4 Both contain stories of silkworm cocoons and corn. 1. This is a translation of the original essay as included in Kim Chuhyn, ed., Yi Sang chnjip 3: sup'il (The Collected Works of Yi Sang, Volume 3: Essays) (Seoul: Somyng ch'ulp'an, 2005). It was first published in the daily newspaper Maeil sinbo from September 27 to October 11, 1935. I must also express my gratitude to Kwn Yngmin, whose modern rendition of the essay appears in Kwn Yngmin, ed., Sanch'on yjng (Lingering Impressions of a Mountain Village) (Seoul: T'aehaksa, 2006), and proved extremely helpful in sorting out some of the more arcane and idiosyncratic aspects of the original. 2. During September and October of 1935 Yi spent about three weeks in Sngch'n, South P'yngan Province, where his friend Wn Yongsk was working at the time. Yi and Wn were classmates at three separate schools: Tonggwang School; Posng http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Azalea: Journal of Korean Literature & Culture University of Hawai'I Press

Lingering Impressions of a Mountain Village: —A Few Paragraphs from a Journal of Travels to Sŏngch'ŏn

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Li ng e r i ng Impre ssi o ns o f a Mo unt ai n Vi l l ag e 1 --A Few Paragraphs from a Journal of Travels to Sngch'n2 Another Perspective by Yi Sang Translated by John Frankl and the postman only occasionally appears bearing "hard rolled"colored news.4 Both contain stories of silkworm cocoons and corn. 1. This is a translation of the original essay as included in Kim Chuhyn, ed., Yi Sang chnjip 3: sup'il (The Collected Works of Yi Sang, Volume 3: Essays) (Seoul: Somyng ch'ulp'an, 2005). It was first published in the daily newspaper Maeil sinbo from September 27 to October 11, 1935. I must also express my gratitude to Kwn Yngmin, whose modern rendition of the essay appears in Kwn Yngmin, ed., Sanch'on yjng (Lingering Impressions of a Mountain Village) (Seoul: T'aehaksa, 2006), and proved extremely helpful in sorting out some of the more arcane and idiosyncratic aspects of the original. 2. During September and October of 1935 Yi spent about three weeks in Sngch'n, South P'yngan Province, where his friend Wn Yongsk was working at the time. Yi and Wn were classmates at three separate schools: Tonggwang School; Posng

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Azalea: Journal of Korean Literature & CultureUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Jan 28, 2008

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