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1. Hallim pŏphak = Forum [ - 2019]

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v. ; 25 cm.
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HD6278 .K6 K641 2013 Unknown
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7. 7-in ŭi ch'unggo [2016]

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12. Chinbo yŏlchŏn [2016]

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18. Kim Nam-ju pyongjon [2016]

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xxiv, 171 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Introduction PART I: Diasporic Selves of the First-generation Korean Immigrants to Hawai'i Chapter One: Early Korean Immigrant Selves in the Ethnic Periodicals Chapter Two: Ethnic and Female Selves of the Korean Women Pioneers PART II: Where Have I Come from?: Ethnicity, Gender, and the Place Chapter Three: Peter Hyun's Man Sei! and In the New World Chapter Four: Margaret K. Pai's The Dreams of Two Yi-min Chapter Five: Oral Histories of Hawai'i Second-generation Korean Americans Chapter Six: Yobo: Korean American Writing in Hawai'i 6.1 Victoria Sung Hye Chai Cintron 6.2 David Hyun 6.3 Daisy Chun Rhodes PART III: Third-Generation Diasporic Koreans and Homecoming Chapter Seven: Glenda Hinchey Chung Chapter Eight: Cathy Song Chapter Nine: Brenda L. Kwon Chapter Ten: Gary Pak Chapter Eleven: Nora Keller Epilogue: Continuing Generations and New Arrivals Bibliography.
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Korean and Korean American Life Writing in Hawai'i looks at self-representing genres such as lyric poems, oral history, autobiography, and memoirs written by Korean and Korean Americans from the early twentieth century to the present in order to explore how these people have shaped their individual or collective identities. This study has three main areas of emphasis: Hawai'i, Korean language and culture, and life writing, and with these three areas, this book explores the continuities and discontinuities of diasporic identity formation.
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  • Introduction PART I: Diasporic Selves of the First-generation Korean Immigrants to Hawai'i Chapter One: Early Korean Immigrant Selves in the Ethnic Periodicals Chapter Two: Ethnic and Female Selves of the Korean Women Pioneers PART II: Where Have I Come from?: Ethnicity, Gender, and the Place Chapter Three: Peter Hyun's Man Sei! and In the New World Chapter Four: Margaret K. Pai's The Dreams of Two Yi-min Chapter Five: Oral Histories of Hawai'i Second-generation Korean Americans Chapter Six: Yobo: Korean American Writing in Hawai'i 6.1 Victoria Sung Hye Chai Cintron 6.2 David Hyun 6.3 Daisy Chun Rhodes PART III: Third-Generation Diasporic Koreans and Homecoming Chapter Seven: Glenda Hinchey Chung Chapter Eight: Cathy Song Chapter Nine: Brenda L. Kwon Chapter Ten: Gary Pak Chapter Eleven: Nora Keller Epilogue: Continuing Generations and New Arrivals Bibliography.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Korean and Korean American Life Writing in Hawai'i looks at self-representing genres such as lyric poems, oral history, autobiography, and memoirs written by Korean and Korean Americans from the early twentieth century to the present in order to explore how these people have shaped their individual or collective identities. This study has three main areas of emphasis: Hawai'i, Korean language and culture, and life writing, and with these three areas, this book explores the continuities and discontinuities of diasporic identity formation.
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