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by Ch'on Sang Pyong,Young-Moo Kim,Brother Anthony of Brother Anthony of Taize

  • Author: Ch'on Sang Pyong,Young-Moo Kim,Brother Anthony of Brother Anthony of Taize
  • ISBN: 1885445776
  • ISBN13: 978-1885445773
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Humanities
  • Publisher: Cornell University - Cornell East Asia Series (March 31, 2010)
  • Pages: 142
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Back to Heaven: Selected Poems of Ch'on Sang Pyong (Cornell East Asia Series) ePub download

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Translated by Brother Anthony of Taize. Publication Year: 1995

Translated by Brother Anthony of Taize. Publication Year: 1995. Ch'on Sang Pyong had the art of seeing the beauty of life beyond all the pain, and of putting it into the music of words. Recently, many young Koreans have discovered in these poems and in the poet's life the innocence and honesty they look for in vain in modern society. His poverty and his body broken by torture never made Ch'on bitter or angry; his poems are humns of joy at the marvels of nature and the simple pleasures of life

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Volume 77) by Anthony, Brother, Pyong, Chon Sang (1995) Paperback.

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BACK TO HEAVEN: Poems by Ch'on Sang-pyong. Published by Cornell East Asia Series and UNESCO Publishing (Paris) 1995. Cornell University, 140 Uris Hall, Ithaca, NY 14853-7601, USA. ISBN (paperback) 1-885445-77-6. The way rivers all flow into the sea is not the only reason I've been weeping all day long up on the hill

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Throughout the twentieth century, few countries in Asia suffered more from foreign occupation, civil war, and international military conflict than Korea. Douze poètes coréens contemporains.

Back to Heaven: Selected Poems of Ch'ôn Sang Pyông, by Ch'ôn Sang Pyông, translated by Brother Anthony of Taizé and . East Asia Program, Cornell University.

Back to Heaven: Selected Poems of Ch'ôn Sang Pyông, by Ch'ôn Sang Pyông, translated by Brother Anthony of Taizé and Young-moo Kim. Cornell East Asia Series, 77. Ithaca, .

by Brother Anthony, Chon Sang Pyong, Brother Anthony of Taize and Young-Moo Kim (Dec 1995).

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These poems by "the happiest man in the world" are full of light though written in dark times. Ch’ôn had the art of seeing the beauty of life beyond all the pain, and of putting it into the music of words. Recently, many young Koreans have discovered in these poems and in the poet’s life the innocence and honesty they look for in vain in modern society. His poverty and his body broken by torture never made Ch’ôn bitter or angry; his poems are hymns of joy at the marvels of nature and the simple pleasures of life. His greatest poem sees death, not as the end but as a journey "back to heaven" where he plans to tell the angels how beautiful life in this world can be.