From the 1910s to the 1940s a wave of anarchist marxist nationalist and feminist leftist groups swept the korean cultural scene with differing agendas but shared demands for equality and social justice sunyoung park reconstructs the complex mosaic of colonial leftist culture focusing on literature as its most fertile and enduring expression. In the proletarian wave sunyoung park reconstructs the complex mosaic of colonial leftist culture by focusing on literature as its most fertile and enduring expression the book combines a general overview of the literary left with the intellectual portraits of four writers whose works exemplify the stylistic range and colonial inflection of . She has just completed a book manuscript titled the proletarian wave leftist literature in colonial korea 1910 1945 and she is also the editor and translator of an anthology of modern korean fiction titled on the eve of the uprising and other stories from colonial korea cornell east asian series 2011 her current research interests . Get this from a library the proletarian wave literature and leftist culture in colonial korea 1910 1945 sunyoung park provides the first historical account in english of the complex interrelations of literature and socialist ideology in colonial korea it details the origins development and influence of a . As the term is used in this book the proletarian wave refers to a broad alliance of writers intellectuals publishers editors and readers that arose within korean culture in the mid 1910s and declined in the early 1940s with the approach of the great pacific war
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