5 edition of Even Birds Leave the World found in the catalog.
by White Pine Press (NY)
Written in English
|Contributions||Won-Chun Kim (Translator), Christopher Merrill (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||102|
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Ji-woo Hwang’s poems describe a life governed by the inescapable reality that all hell can break loose at any time. In the early s, he was arrested and tortured for his anti-government activities, but by the s, he was leading the new wave of deconstructionist poetry which was part of the new “rhetoric of resistance” in Korean literature.
Genre/Form: Translations into English: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hwang, Chi-u. Even birds leave the world. Buffalo, N.Y.: White Pine Press, Ji-Woo Hwang’s poems describe a life governed by the inescapable reality that all hell may break loose at any time, a reality that now permeates our own culture.
His poems mix lyrical intensity with an acute political sensibility, creating an uneasy tension that makes them by turns moving, humorous, and -Woo Hwang has since written seven books of poetry.
Won-Chung Kim is the author of Even Birds Leave the World ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), The Night of the Cat's Return ( av /5(12).
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