Sourcebook of Korean Civilization: Volume Two: From the Seventeenth Century to the Modern

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Columbia University Press (1993)
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This is the most comprehensive and authoritative English-language anthology of primary source material on Korean civilization ever assembled. Encompassing social, intellectual, religious, and literary traditions, this volume covers the seventeenth century to the modern period. Contemporary histories, social documents, Buddhist scripture, philosophical treatises, and popular literature selected for this book reflect the dynasties and eras that helped fashion the late Choson and Modern periods

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