A Study of Hypertexts of «Kuunmong» , Focusing on «Kuullu» «Kuun'gi» - Wuerthner, Dennis

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This case study deals with late Choson dynasty works of narrative fiction modelled after Kuunmong (A Dream of Nine Clouds) by Kim Manjung (1637-1692). The focus lies on a novel extant in two manuscripts: Sinjung Kuullu (Revised augmented edition of the Nine Cloud Tower) and Sinjung chaeja Kuun'gi (Revised augmented caizi edition of the Story of Nine Clouds), short Kuullu/Kuun'gi. While this study specifically discusses late premodern hypertexts of Kuunmong, it is also concerned with a set of broader questions regarding the diffusion, circulation, reception, and creative transformation of…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This case study deals with late Choson dynasty works of narrative fiction modelled after Kuunmong (A Dream of Nine Clouds) by Kim Manjung (1637-1692). The focus lies on a novel extant in two manuscripts: Sinjung Kuullu (Revised augmented edition of the Nine Cloud Tower) and Sinjung chaeja Kuun'gi (Revised augmented caizi edition of the Story of Nine Clouds), short Kuullu/Kuun'gi. While this study specifically discusses late premodern hypertexts of Kuunmong, it is also concerned with a set of broader questions regarding the diffusion, circulation, reception, and creative transformation of literary products of different languages on the eve of modernity in Sino-centric East Asia.
Autorenporträt
Dennis Wuerthner is a researcher and lecturer at the Korean Studies Institute of Ruhr-University Bochum (Germany). He studies and translates premodern and contemporary Korean literature.
Inhaltsangabe
On the rise and transformation of Kuunmong
Kuunmong and its hypertexts in late Choson dynasty Korea
The "mosaic
hypertext" Kuullu/Kuun'gi
Hypotexts of Kuullu/Kuun'gi and the issue of readership awareness
Implications of dialogues with literary predecessors
Markets, mosaics, and Nine Clouds in motion.