Have You Been Feeling Blue These Days?
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1953 ~ / Poet / First Name: Eon Hee / Family Name: Kim
[Chinese] 光之帝國 / 金英夏 / 漫遊者文化 https://library.ltikorea.or.kr/node/40839 [English] Have You Been Feeling Blue These Days? / Kim Eon Hee / Noemi Press https://library.ltikorea.or.kr/node/40773[English] The Plotters / Kim Un-su / The Text Publishing Company https://library.ltikorea.or.kr/node/40838 [Italian] CONVALESCENZA / Han Kang / Adelphi https://library.ltikorea.or.kr/node/40819 [Japanese] たべるのがおそい / チョン・ミョングァン 外 / 書肆侃侃房 https://library.ltikorea.or.kr/node/40789[Japanese] 韓国人のこころとくらし / イ・ギュテ / 彩流社 https://library.ltikorea.or.kr/node/40808[Japanese] 続於于野譚 / 柳夢寅 / 作品社 https://library.ltik...
U.S.A / Kim Eon Hee / 김언희 / 2019
Poetry. Asian Asian American Studies. Translated from Korean by Sung Gi Kim and Eunsong Kim. These deft, nuanced, and unmannered translations of Kim Eon Hee's poems introduce a genuinely exciting poet to the English-speaking world, one whose work reveals for us the limitations of our conceptions of what poetry is and the colonial legacies that structure our basic concepts of poetry, such as the gendered and raced expectations of the poetic speaker and of what counts as "experimental" writing. Kim's poetry, as the translators write, is "unafraid of graphic disappointment or the pits": she bri...