Bültmann & Gerriets
Yi Sang: Selected Works
von Yi Sang
Übersetzung: Jack Jung
Verlag: Wave Books
Taschenbuch
ISBN: 978-1-950268-08-5
Erschienen am 08.09.2020
Sprache: Englisch
Format: 225 mm [H] x 176 mm [B] x 20 mm [T]
Gewicht: 448 Gramm
Umfang: 224 Seiten

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A ground-breaking retrospective of this major Korean writer of the modernist era, presented in English by award-winning poets and translators.



Yi Sang (1920-1937) was a painter, architect, poet and writer of 1930s Korea, when Korean peninsula was under Japanese colonial rule. Yi Sang wrote and published in both Korean and Japanese until his early death from tuberculosis at the age of 27, after imprisonment by Japanese police for thought crimes in Tokyo. His work shows innovative engagement with European modernism, especially that of Surrealism and Dada. He is considered one of the most experimental writers of Korean modernism.



Yi Sang: A Timeline (by Jack Jung)


Poem No. 1


Poems No. 4 & 5


Poems


translated from the Korean by Jack Jung


I


Bird's Eye View


Poem 1


Poem 2


Poem 3


Poem 4


Poem 5


Poem 6


Poem 7


Poem 8


Poem 9


Poem 10


Poem 11


Poem 12


Poem 13


Poem 14


Flowering Tree


This Kind of Poetry


1933, 6, 1


Mirror


Common Anniversary


Poem 15


II


* Titled * For * So * Yong *


Decorum


Paper Tombstone


Paper Tombstone-The Missing Wife-


Fortunetelling


Brazier


Mornings


Family


Fortunetelling


Path


III


Street Outside Street


Clear Mirror


Critical Conditions


¿Ban


¿Pursuit


¿Drowning


¿Cliff


¿White Painting


¿Lineage


¿Location


¿Prostitution


¿Lifetime


¿Innards


¿Blood Relation


¿Self-Portrait


I WED A TOY BRIDE


IV


Paradise Lost


Girl


Paragraphs on Blood Relations


Paradise Lost


Face Mirror


Moon Wound


Yi Sang's cover design ofChosun and Architecture magazine


Reproductions of poems in Japanese: "Architecture Infinite Hexagon: Diagnosis 0:1" and "Architecture Infinite Hexagon: 22 years"


Poems


translated from the Japanese by Sawako Nakayasu


Introduction to the Japanese Poems of Yi Sang (by Sawako Nakayasu)


from Abnormal Reversible Reaction


¿Abnormal Reversible Reaction


¿Fragment Scenery


¿ ¿'s Games


¿ Beard


¿Hunger


from Bird's Eye View


¿Two People-1-


¿Two People-2-


¿LE URINE


¿Movement


from Solid Angle Blueprint


¿Memorandum on the Line 1


¿Memorandum on the Line 2


¿Memorandum on the Line 3


¿Memorandum on the Line 4


¿Memorandum on the Line 5


¿Memorandum on the Line 6


¿Memorandum on the Line 7


from Architecture Infinite Six-Sided Figure


¿AU MAGASIN DE NOUVEAUTES


¿Diagnosis 0:1


Yi Sang with writer Pak T'ae-won and poet Kim So-un


Essays


translated from the Korean by Jack Jung


A Journey into the Mountain Village


Ennui


After Sickbed


Sad Story


A Letter to My Sister


Tokyo


notes


Stories


translated from the Korean by Don Mee Choi and Joyelle McSweeney


Yi Sang's House (by Don Mee Choi)


Page from "Spider&SpiderMeetPigs" with original spacing in Korean and English


Spider&SpiderMeetPigs


notes


True Story-Lost Flower


notes


Afterword: Thirteen for Yi Sang, for Arachne (by Joyelle McSweeney)


Yi Sang Collage (by Don Mee Choi)


Acknowledgments