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The Aspect of the 20th Century Japanese Traditional Poetry in Korean Peninsula
This paper considers the aspects of traditional Japanese poetry that developed on the Korean Peninsula in the 20th century, and the ways in which it grew out of the historical context. By the 1910s, a school of poetry based on Haiku, Tanka, and Senr...
The Incorporation of Local Color into Korean Haiku in the Japanese Colonial Period, and Since
Together with the tanka, the haiku, which is a Japanese fixed poetic form with 17 syllables, is composed across the globe in various languages. The globalization of the haiku means that it has a unique history. In Korea, the haiku dates back to the ...
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